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SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

  •  Attendance Matters Every Day

    Attendance Reporting

    To report your child's absence, please send an email to MOEAttendance@everettsd.org or leave a voice mail at (425) 385-7305. Please click the headline for more attendance information.

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    Are you signed up for Home Access Center?

    Home Access Center (HAC) provides access to student schedules, teacher names and emails, attendance, transportation and more. Parents can update their email and phone number here too!

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    Monroe Elementary PTA

    The Monroe Elementary Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is made up of parent volunteers collaborating with our school staff and administration to support our mission and programs that will enhance the learning experience of our students! Click the link for more information.

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    Natural Leaders

    Our Natural Leaders are a group of multicultural, multilingual parents who organize to represent diversity in the community. They honor the multiple voices of our parents and students to ensure everyone is represented. Click the link for more information and to find out where the Eagle is landing this month.

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    Family Technology Support

    Having technical questions? Please visit our Family Technology Support page for troubleshooting tips and how to request help.

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SCHOOL HOURS, DRIVING DIRECTIONS & CONTACT INFO

  • SCHOOL HOURS

    Regular Hours: 8:35 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.

    Early Release: 12:20 p.m. dismissal

    Learning Improvement Friday: 1:35 p.m. dismissal

     

      

    DIRECTIONS

    Monroe Elementary School

    Address: 10901 27th Ave. SE Everett, WA, 98208

     

      

    ATTENDANCE

    Email: MOEAttendance@everettsd.org

    Attendance Line:  425-385-7305

      

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Phone: 425-385-7300

    Fax:     425-385-7302

     

MISSION

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    Our mission is to empower each student to become a resourceful, responsible, lifelong learner in a secure, positive learning environment where each person feels worthy and respected through the support of family, community, and staff.

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