Park Place Middle School
PUMA PRINTS-March 24th
The Park Place Puma Way "Pride, Excellence, and Character"
Month of March-yearbook pre-sale
March 24th-All In For Kids Auction
March 30th-Online Principal Chat
March 31st-PTO Student Store/PPMS Cheer Camp
April 3rd-7th-Spring Break
April 10th-Park Place Track Starts
Yearbook Pre-Sale open for the month of March
All In for Kids” Auction- Today!
Looking for a great way to support Park Place? Bid on our Awesome PTO Principal “Family Time” themed basket as part of the Monroe Public School Foundation Auction! ALL funds go directly back to the school! Our basket includes a gas fireplace, gift cards (Papa Murphy’s, Crumbl, AMC Theatre Tickets with concessions) smores kit, puzzles, games, movies, picnic blanket, soft throws, treats, and much more!
Register here to bid: https://monroepsf.ejoinme.org/2023Register
The Virtual Auction will take place from Friday, March 24th 10:00am- Saturday March 25th 12:00pm.
Annual "All In For Kids" Auction March 24th
Register today for the Monroe Public Schools Foundation’s Annual "All In For Kids" Auction. The funds raised from the auction make it possible to support the students and staff in the Monroe School District.
Online Auction Opens Friday, March 24th at 12pm and Closes on Saturday, March 25th at 12pm
Register for FREE here:
There is no cost to “attend” our action, your card will ONLY be charged if you are a winning bidder.
Thursday, March 30th, 6-7pm
This is an online event.
Please join and hear about all the great things happening at school. Principal Chat Zoom link https://monroe-wednet.zoom.us/j/89004915313
PTO Spirit Wear is back
Park Place Spirit wear is available to order online and will be distributed at the Student Store on the 1st & 3rd Fridays of each month. All orders arrive at the school after about two weeks, and timelines may vary. Check out our new collection and order today! https://www.serendipitybyrox.com/shop/park-place-middle-school/26
The Upcoming Student Store Date is:
Friday, March 31st
Please contact the PTO if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
PTO Student Store March 31st
The Student Store is a popular place to purchase snacks, healthy drink options, and even fidgets during lunch. Prices range from $0.50-$1.50. We are accepting cash only at this time. Our upcoming Student Store date is:
- Friday, March 31st
Please contact the PTO with any questions: email@example.com
Park Place Cheer Camp
Reminder for class of 2027
ONE MORE WEEK! Reminder to Class of 2027 parents to be working on the “Donations Calendar” that was sent home at the beginning of March. All funds collected will need to be returned to the school on Friday, March 31st at the PTO Student Store. A MHS swag bag prize will be awarded to the student who raises the most money for this FUNdraiser.
Questions? Please contact Carrie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Class of 2027 MHS Apparel is now available for purchase! These designs are exclusive to our 8th grade graduating class. Every item sold gives back to the Class of 2027 and goes towards our 8th grade party! Shop here: https://www.spotlightyourcreations.com/2027mhs
Information about Wrap n' roll
Wrap n’ Roll Lumpia has generously offered to donate 20% of their sales to our Class of 2027 and MHS Class of 2023 to support our upcoming class celebrations. They deliver to Sultan, Gold Bar, Monroe, Snohomish, Lake Stevens and Marysville for free. Everywhere else within 50 miles is $5. Scan the QR code or visit www.wrapnroll.squarespace.com to order and support our students!
Information about el paraiso
8th Grade celebration fundraising dinner at El Paraiso Restaurant
SAVE THE DATE – Monday, March 27th from 5:00pm-9:00pm
10% of all orders from those who bring or show this flyer will be donated to the Class of 2027 8th Grade Party.
Note: Please do not ask patrons already at the restaurant to say they are there to support us.
Park Place track starts April 10th
The middle school track season starts on Monday April 10 at Park Place Middle School. Track events include running events, hurdles, long jump, high jump and shot put and discus. Practices are Monday through Thursday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Athletic packets must be completed, including a sports physical, to practice with the team on April 10. If your student has already participated in a sport this year, they will not need to submit anything else. For additional information, please contact Pat Mata, Athletic Secretary, at 804-4307.
news about Drama Club
Exciting News from Choir
Congratulations to our Puma Choir who won Superior + at our annual Large Group, it's the highest score possible!
CoderZ League Activity At Park Place
PPMS students are using all STEM skills (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) in this optional CoderZ League activity. Through a series of missions and challenges, they programmed a robot in a virtual simulation. The goal of every team is to earn the most points and advance through the three stages to become the champions. The excitement and enthusiasm for learning was so fun to see!
Thank you, Monroe Public Schools Foundation for providing the grant to make this program possible for our students!
A few fun pictures from spirit week
MHS Spring Break Baseball Camp
Monday, April 3. 9-11:30 AM and Wednesday, April 5 9-11:30am
CAMP DESCRIPTION: Please join us for the 2023 Monroe Baseball Spring Break camp hosted by the high school boys’ baseball program. The 2-day, 2.5 hour camp will consist of fundamental practice in throwing, catching, base running and hitting but will also consist of skills contests and fun games. The current boys’ baseball players will be our special guest coaches along with all of our Varsity coaches for this spring camp, and we are excited to have you join us for this fun event.
Camp is open to both Boys and Girls
CAMP STAFF: The camp will be run by the Monroe High School Baseball Players and Coaches
COST: $50 and includes a camp T-shirt (This is a fundraiser for the Monroe Baseball Program) Please Make Checks Payable to: Monroe High School
WHAT TO BRING: Water Bottle, baseball glove, helmet and bat (limited amount will be available if you don’t
bring one, but please make sure to have your name on it!!!)
LOCATION: Monroe High School Baseball Field 17001 Tester Rd., Monroe, WA 98272
Online Registration Link: https://forms.gle/PZgqWQ6eVz5Y8agb9
Mark your calendars MHS Coed cheer/stunt tryouts
Mark your calendars, Monroe High School Coed Cheer/Stunt Tryouts 2023 are coming up! Tryouts are open to current 8-11th graders. Please fill out this form to receive updates about 2023 tryouts.
- 4/10 @ 6:45pm - mandatory parent and student athlete meeting
- 4/17, 4/18 and 4/20 @ 5:30-7pm - clinics in the MHS Commons
- 4/21 @ 6:00pm - tryout night in the MHS Gym
**In order to be eligible for tryouts all athletes need an up to date sports physical, medical history, and open gym waiver on file. All required forms can be found online HERE. If you need paper copies, please contact MHS Athletic Secretary, Sarah Tucker at (360) 804-4511 or email@example.com.
News from Monroe Bearcat Softball
Come meet and learn skills from the 2023 Monroe Bearcat softball team on April 9:30am-12pm. The camp will consist of skills & drills designed for the growth and development of players in the 2nd through 6th grade. Players will be grouped upon their age and skill level.
- Camp staff: The camp will be run by the MHS softball players and coaches
- Cost: $35 includes camp t-shirt and prizes throughout camp
- What to bring: Glove, bat, helmet and water
- Make checks payable to: Monroe High School
- Mail to: Jennifer Garcia, 17001 Tester Road, Monroe, WA 98272
- Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Names A-L & Special Education
Last Names M-Z & MLL
STUDENT SUPPORT ADVOCATE
Joyce Good RN
President: Carrie Cox
Vice President: Holly Kryger
Secretary: Nola Parker
Treasurer: Zack Parker
Main Office Number
1408 W. Main Street Monroe, WA 98272
Notice of Non-Discrimination
The Monroe School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:
Title IX Coordinator, Compliance Coordinator for 28A.640 and 28A.642 RCW
14692 - 179th Avenue SE, Monroe, WA 98272
Title IX Training Materials
Section 504/ADA Coordinator
14692 - 179th Avenue SE, Monroe, WA 98272
The Monroe School District will also take steps to assure that national origin persons who lack English language skills can participate in all education programs, services and activities. For information regarding translation services or transitional bilingual education programs, contact:
14692 - 179th Avenue SE, Monroe, WA 98272