The Mission of the Monroe Consolidated School District as the leading collaborative, community-based learning environment is to provide a strong learning foundation to ensure individual growth through perseverance and diversity and to equip learners for life-long success.
Principles of RESPECT: Responsibility, Engaged, Spirit, Passion, Excellence, Compassion, Trust
Catherine Fiske- High Honors in Science, Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Habits of a Learner
Sophia Beardsley-High Honors in Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, Math and Habits of a Learner
Natalie Deschamps – High Honors in Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, Math and Habits of a Learner
Nikia Bedell- Honors in Habits of a Learner
Polly Currier- Honors in Math, Social Studies, Language Arts and Habits of a Learner
Falynn Locke- Honors in Habits of a Learner, Science and Social Studies
Abby Morris – Honors in Language Arts, Science, Social Studies and Habits of a Learner
Kennedy Wagner- Honors in Social Studies and Habits of a Learner
The Monroe School District is excited and proud to announce that, together with the Monroe Public Library, they have received one of the "Rural Libraries" grants from Children's Literacy Foundation for the 2016-17 school year. This grant will help supply new books for both libraries, bring in local storytellers/authors, and increase our collaborative programs.
The School Board thanks both librarians, Amy Lawton at Monroe School and Jessica Sherman at the Monroe Library for their partnership, and foresight.
The Monroe School Board is seeking a community member and a parent to serve as volunteers on the MCS Athletic Committee. This committee serves in an advisory capacity to both administration and the School Board. The committee will consist of seven members and will meet on a monthly basis or as needed.
Please call or email Shelley Jewell if you are interested in volunteering.
603-638-2800 ext. email@example.com
Use of recordings in classrooms.
The School Board has approved that recordings in school classrooms are allowed. A new New Hampshire law requires each school board to make this decision for their own schools.
This law only requires this permission for recording “inside classroom settings.” The law does not affect any recordings outside of the classrooms. These will continue as always at Monroe School
The next step for recordings inside classroom settings is to have both teachers and parents give their approval. Parents will soon be receiving an approval form from the school to sign for their written consent.
For safety reasons, no vehicles are allowed to drive behind the Monroe Consolidated School.
Signage has been posted and a chain gate is being constructed.
The area behind the building is part of the designated playground both during the school year and vacation time.
Monroe Consolidated School
PO Box 130
Monroe, NH 03771