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Juneteenth: No School

There will be NO SCHOOL on Wednesday, June 19th, in observance of Juneteenth. Juneteenth is a significant day in our nation's history marking the end of slavery in the United States. This day stands as a testament to freedom, resilience, and the ongoing journey toward equality.

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Transition to Kindergarten Applications Open

Monroe School District's Transition to Kindergarten program provides 4-year-old students with access to early learning to help build a solid foundation for their academic development, at no cost to families! Applications are NOW OPEN for our Transition to Kindergarten program for the 2024-25 school year! Learn more

Apply Now for the Dual Language Program!

Applications are now open for incoming kindergarten students who are interested in participating in the Monroe School District Dual Language Program in the 2024-25 school year. Applications are due by May 31, 2024. Learn more


The Monroe Commitment to You

From your teachers, to your family, to business leaders in our community--we're all here for your success. As a student in the Monroe School District, we make a commitment to you to provide:

    1. Powerful Instruction: We will provide the instruction and programs to support you in mastering the skills and concepts you'll need to be a lifelong learner. We believe in tailoring instruction to meet your individual needs.
    2. Equitable Access: We will provide you with the time, support, and instruction needed so that you meet high standards. We believe in meeting you at your level so that we can help you achieve new heights.
    3. High Expectations: We set high expectations for you and fellow students. We will challenge you to do your personal best. We believe that holding you to high expectations results in your continued success as a student in Monroe, as a leader in your community, and world citizen.

We value and foster:

    • your individual strengths and passions
    • your needs as an individual
    • innovation to create educational choices for you
    • the community's involvement in your education
    • the reality that you must graduate ready for college, career and life