Announcements

  • New cell phone policy

     

    The use of cell phones in the classroom can distract students from instruction, yet can be important to have accessible in case of emergency. With this in mind, the district has adopted a new policy 3246 and procedure 3246P which prohibits cell phone use in the classroom while still providing access for students in case of emergency.

     

    Elementary school students who choose to bring cell phones to school may only use them before or after the school day. During the school day, they must be powered off and stored (e.g., in the student’s backpack, locker, other district provided storage). There will be storage in the classroom so, in the event of an emergency, the cell phones will be accessible without leaving the classroom.

     

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  • Monroe Elementary is now on Twitter!

    For school and district information, check us out @EPS_Monroe or click here.

     

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  • Natural Leaders Opportunity

    Our Natural Leaders are hard at work planning our "We are the World" multicultural night taking place on November 14, and volunteers are still needed. If you would like to participate, please contact them via email at NaturalLeadersme@gmail.com. You are also welcome throughout the year at the monthly meetings, which are at 1:30 pm in our school conference room. We hope to see you there!

     

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  • Home Access Center

    Did you know you can sign up for HAC to access your student's attendance, bus route information, and more? View our HAC flyer or click here for more information.

     

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  • Attendance Procedure

    Attending school each day is the first step to a student's success in school. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about our attendance procedures:

     

    How do I report my student's absences?

    1. The easiest way for you to report your student's absence is to send an email to MOEAttendance@everettsd.org from the email account you have on file with us and include all of the required information.

    2.  If you call our 24-hour attendance line at (425) 385-7305 and leave a voice message, you MUST also do ONE of the following:

    a. Send in a hand-written note with all of the required information on it to verify the absence OR

    b. Send an email to MOEAttendance@everettsd.org from the email account you have on file with us and include all of the required information.

     

     What is "all of the required information" I must send in writing?

    • Student Name
    • Student ID #
    • Teacher Name
    • Date(s) of the Absence
    • Reason for the Absence
    • Parent/guardian name
    • Parent/guardian signature
    • Phone number where the note can be verified

     

    So, even though I call in an absence, I still have to send in a written note?

    Yes, you must send the required information in writing.

     

    What if our family will be going on a vacation or my student will be missing school for an extended period of time?

    Please stop by the office to fill out a Prearranged Absence Form or click here.

     

    ~Thank you for your cooperation.

     

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  • Volunteer at Monroe

    Make an impact on students' lives and volunteer. We welcome parents, families, and community members who want to assist with learning, activities, competitions, field trips, or events.

    If interested, please contact the volunteer coordinator, Lindsey Conant at 425-385-7303

    Get started as a volunteer in Everett Public Schools

     

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SCHOOL HOURS, DRIVING DIRECTIONS & CONTACT INFO

  • SCHOOL HOURS DIRECTIONS 
    Regular Hours 8:35 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. Monroe Elementary School
    10901 27th Ave. SE
    Everett, WA, 98208
    Early Release 12:20 p.m. dismissal
    Learning Improvement Friday 1:35 p.m. dismissal

    CONTACT INFORMATION
    425-385-7300
    425-385-7302 fax

    ATTENDANCE EMAIL
    MOEAttendance@everettsd.org

    ATTENDANCE LINE  (425) 385-7305

       
     

MISSION

  • MOE Eagle_Thumbnail Our mission, as the Monroe Elementary School community, 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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