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

We are CREW, not passengers!

Monroe Consolidated School Monroe School District School Administrative Unit 77

July 18, 2017


To Staff, Parents/Guardians, and Students:

This notice serves to fulfill annual notification requirements in accordance with Section 763.93 of the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA). AHERA requires that all school buildings be visually inspected by accredited inspectors to identify all asbestos-containing building materials (ACBM) that may be present in the school, and to maintain records of all activities related to inspections, removal and maintenance of ACBM. As required under AHERA, Monroe Consolidated School must maintain an Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) and keep the AMP on file at the school, and the School Administrative Unit Office. The AMP is available for review during school hours, Monday through Friday.

Periodic Surveillance of ACBM is conducted by Monroe Consolidated School personnel every six months and a through re-inspection is conducted every three years by the SAU's environmental consultant. The most recent re-inspection was February 2017.

For additional information, please contact our Local Educational Agency Designee, Rose Harris at 603-638-2800 ext 14, or RHarris@monroeschool


Rose M Harris

Business Manager Monroe School District – SAU 77


 Honor Roll students for our 3rd trimester: 2/20/17 – 6/9/17




Gavin Bedell-Social Studies

Abram Cowell-Habits of a Learner and Social Studies

Lacey Kimber- Social Studies

Elizabeth Laflamme- Science, Social Studies and Math

Rylan Oliver- Science, Social Studies and Math

Haley Page- Habits of a Learner, Science, English Language Arts and Social Studies

Dayton Wagner-Social Studies

Brittin Ward-Science, Social Studies and Math




Polly Currier- Habits of a Learner, Math, Social Studies and English Language Arts

Catherine Fiske- Habits of a Learner, Math, Social Studies and English Language Arts


MCS Staff Members Extend Their Learning This Summer

      This July, two MCS teachers, Monica Bixby and Stephanie Chadburn, and Principal Leah Holz,went to Finland to study the Finnish educational system. The two teachers are enrolled in a graduate program through the MCS collective bargaining agreement that funded a portion of the costs of their trip, while Ms. Holz’s travel was self-funded.

       As Superintendent, I was aware of and encouraged the group to engage in international learning, knowing the importance of summer study, understanding the benefits of educational networking that would result from the more than 80 teachers and administrators with whom our MCS staff would connect, and also knowing that Finland, a country that is dubbed an “educational superpower” by Amanda Ripley, author of the 2013 book, The Smartest Kids in the World and How They Got that Way. Ms. Ripley noted that the Finnish educational system, about which she wrote in her book, is seen as an educational superpower because their students consistently finish in the top three or four countries in the world on the PISA, or Programme for International Student Assessment. The PISA is a rigorous international test taken by 15 year olds, and that requires critical thinking, sound reasoning, and communication skills in Math, Reading, and Science. Ms. Holz reports that she and the teachers were thrilled to learn that MCS students are comparable to students in the Finnish system!

 Superintendent Susan E. Hodgdon



Congratulations to the MCS students for a great production of The Elves and the Shoemaker!


Sports -click to go to the current sports schedules

Congratulations to our North Country Student Film Festival Winners!

Monroe students won Inspiration North of the 44th and The Future We Envision North of the 44th and Best Dressed! 
Congratulations to our young film makers and thank you Mrs. Lawton for making it possible !

2017 Geo Bee winner - Beckett Jewell - Congratulations, Beckett!






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 2014-2015 Year Calendar

Monroe Consolidated School
PO Box 130
Monroe, NH 03771
(603) 638-2800