Monroe students and staff had a great first week of school! Teachers and students spent time getting to know one another. We also spent time reviewing and teaching school-wide expectations, and teachers started establishing routines to help students be successful!
Before the students arrived for the 2022-2023 school year, the Monroe staff set goals for students' academic and behavior achievement, as well as for their own instruction. To hear more about these goals, please click on this link:
-Teachers will help students set learning goals, especially in reading and writing. Teachers will provide timely and specific feedback to students to move their learning forward. Students will monitor their progress towards their learning goals.
-In a district-wide spring survey given to students in grades 3-5, Monroe students indicated that they could grow in the area of citizenship, which includes kindness and empathy toward others. As a result, teachers will spend time learning how to help students succeed in these areas, and daily announcements will focus on these topics.
We look forward to a great school year of learning and growing!
Monroe Elementary Handbook
Cell Phone Reminder
Students can have cell phones at school, but cell phones must be turned off upon entering school property and stored in the student’s locker or backpack. Students are not allowed to use cell phones in school or on the playground. If students are found using their cellphones at school, they will turn them into the office for the day. The student can pick it up at the end of the day. If the student is using their cell phone a second time without permission, it will be in the office, and a parent will need to come in to retrieve it.
Stay Up To Date On Important Monroe Events-
Almost everything pertaining to Monroe School can be found here. Wondering what days your child has off of school? Wondering when their field trip is or when school spirit day is? You name it, and you can find it on this calendar! Hover over the event and more information will pop up.
Click Here for the Monroe School Calendar
New Spotlight Series
Mrs.Thull, Monroe Math Coach
How many years at Monroe? This is my first year!
What do you love about Monroe? Everyone is very friendly
What is your favorite kind of music? Christian music or musicals
Where is your favorite place on earth? A sandy beach by the ocean or Lake Michigan
When you were a child what did you want to be when you grew up? A marine biologist
If you could meet a famous person who would it be? Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim)
What is the most daring thing you have ever done? Bungee jumped
What kind of pets do you have? Standard Poodle named Millie
If you were made to sing karaoke what song would you sing? You Are My Sunshine
What is your favorite candy? A Skor candy bar
Mrs. Hadler, First Grade Teacher
How many years at Monroe? 24 years
What do you love about Monroe? I love the caring staff and fun learning environment.
Where is your favorite place on earth? At the cabin in MN!
What do you collect? I collect teapots. My grandma started my collection.
When you were a child what did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be a teacher my whole life.
What kind of pets do you have? I have a black lab named Leia.
What is your favorite candy? I love Twix candy bars!
Mr. Yang, Phy-Ed Teacher
How many years at Monroe? This is my first year at Monroe but I have been teaching for 25 years!
What do you love about Monroe? The trust between teachers and student relationships.
What is your favorite kind of music? 80's Music
Who is your hero? My Parents
Where is your favorite place on earth? On a golf course playing bad golf with friends.
What do you collect? I collect dust in my house.
If you could meet a famous person who would it be? Martin Luther King Jr.
If you were made to sing karaoke what song would you sing?
Rainbow Connection -Kermit the Frog
What is your favorite candy? Anything with chocolate
Mr. Delvaux, Special Ed Teacher
How many years at Monroe? 15 years
What do you love about Monroe? The kids
What is your favorite kind of music? Rock 'n' roll oldies
Who is your hero? My ancestors
Where is your favorite place on earth? Door County
What do you collect? I used to collect comic books
When you were a child what did you want to be when you grew up? A children's book author
What is the most daring thing you have ever done? Drive through Chicago during rush hour.
What kind of pets do you have? Two cats- Henry Plantagenet and Caledonia Josephine
If you were made to sing karaoke what song would you sing? "Sandy" from Grease
What is your favorite candy? Cadbury Mini-eggs
If you were given a $100.00 gift card what would you buy? A lovely dinner with my family.
End Of The Day Pick-Up Notifications
Dismissal: Patience Please!
Family/Teacher conferences this year will be held on November 3 and February 16. Please save these important dates to meet with your child's teacher. Don't miss out on this crucial opportunity to learn about your child’s academic achievement and success inside and outside the classroom.
A Note From Mrs. Woller-
Be part of the music! 5th Band and Orchestra sign-up is happening now!
If you missed either of the evening parent meetings, you can still register your student.
Scan the QR code with your camera to register or contact Mrs. Woller with questions at email@example.com