Monroe School District is changing how we manage student immunization records, which will allow us to quickly and efficiently check if your child has the vaccines required for school.
With the arrival of the winter months, it is important to understand the Monroe School District‘s procedures for weather-related school closures, delays, and early dismissals.
Last spring, we surveyed staff, families, and students in grades 3-12 to better understand their views of the climate and culture in each of our schools. We will be surveying students again in the coming weeks.
Your experiences, perspectives, and ideas are important to us and will help guide the development of our 5-year strategic plan. Share your input via our online survey now!
Superintendent Shawn Woodward shares reflections on his first 100 days as Monroes' new superintendent and his plans for next steps.
We are excited to announce that we have partnered with FinalForms to help streamline registration for student athletes and their families. This much-needed update was made possible by the support of Bearcat Pride, thank you!
Monroe School District students in grades 8-11 are encouraged to apply now to be on the Superintendent's Student Advisory Council for the 2023-24 school year!
The renewal of the School Program & Operations Levy has passed with a 52% voter approval.
For those community members that are unable to attend a listening session to share their input for our search for a new superintendent, we are using ThoughtExchange to collect community input online. You are invited to share your thoughts now!
All community members are invited to attend a community forum to provide their input on the superintendent search on Wednesday, November 16 from 6:00-7:00 p.m. at the District Administration Office.
The Monroe School District Board of Directors has launched the formal process to search for the next superintendent of our school district.
View our most up to date SVEC 2022-23 Student and Family Activity Schedule. Join us!
Our most recent newsletter was published on September 23rd
Two student school board representatives were officially sworn in at the September 26th school board meeting.
In November 2022, Monroe School District will ask local voters to approve a renewal of the expiring School Program & Operations Levy.
To continue to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission in schools, the Washington State Department of Health has released updated COVID-19 requirements for K-12 schools.
All families are invited to our annual Back to School Family Resource Fair on August 31 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.
The Monroe School District Book Mobile is traveling around the district and stopping at designated locations each week so that students may continue to check out library books all summer long!
To better understand the communication needs and expectations of the families we serve, we are conducting a communication survey that will help us plan for improvement as we look towards the 2022-23 school year.
Any current Monroe School District sophomore interested in serving as the junior student representative on the school board for the 2022-23 school year is invited to submit an interest form by June 24, 2022 .