October 1st, 2022
Thank you to all who were able to attend our Curriculum Night last evening. It was wonderful to host parents, grandparents, and family members in our classrooms and engage in meaningful discussions about this school year (past, present, and future). Our team truly valued your time and willingness to partner. If you were unable to make it last night, please connect with your child's teacher to review the information that was shared.
Lastly, please note that October is a busy month including multiple family events and our fall family/teacher conferences beginning at the end of this month. Two upcoming events of note involve volunteers.
- Our 2022 Pumpkin Night will be held on campus on the evening of Friday, Oct 28th. This wonderful event is hosted by our PTA and they are in need of volunteers to help run game stations and other fun, family opportunities. Volunteer signup link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E49AFAF29A2FFC34-pumpkin
- Our Fall Book Fair runs from Oct 28th (Oct 28th sign up for book fair is under the Pumpkin Night sign up) to Nov. 4th Volunteer signup link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E49AFAF29A2FFC34-book
Please take a look at the below calendar section for upcoming dates/events. Thank you all for your time in reading through this update. We value and appreciate your partnership as we work together to grow our Eagles!
- 10/6: Monthly Award Assemblies (varied by grade level)
- 10/7: School Spirit Day - "Space Day!"
- 10/11: PTA Meeting (6:00pm in our Monroe Library)
- 10/13: Natural Leaders - Family Connections Night (6:30pm at Monroe)
- 10/14: NO SCHOOL/OFFICE CLOSED (District-wide professional development day)
- 10/18: Reflections Art Workshop (Permission needed - 2:35pm to 5:00pm)
- 10/25: Taproot Theater Assemblies
- 10/26: Monroe MOD Pizza Night (flier link)
- 10/27: Fall Art Showcase (6:00pm in our Monroe Atrium)
- 10/28: 12:20pm Dismissal Day
- 10/28: Great Pumpkin Night (flier link) (6:00pm, hosted by our Monroe PTA)
10/31 - 11/4:
- Family/Teacher Conferences Week
- 12:20pm Dismissal each day (M-F)
- Book Fair (M-F in our Monroe Atrium)
- School Spirit Week (daily school spirit opportunities - information forthcoming)
Become a Watch Dogs in Support of our Eagles!
This year, we have been able to restart our WATCH D.O.G.S.® program and look forward to welcoming Watch Dogs to our campus. In short, a Watch Dog is a designated volunteer who specifically signs-up for the day to assist across classrooms, lunch, and recesses. Watch Dogs get a great overview of "the day in the life of our students/school" and spend invaluable time in support of our Eagles. Additionally, our students and Monroe Team are very appreciative of having Watch Dogs in our building.
All Watch Dogs need to be cleared through our District's Volunteer site. This process can take up to two weeks to be completed so please plan ahead. Below is the link to District Volunteer application:
If your volunteer status is approved and you are ready to pick a date to be a Watch DOG, please sign up using the following link:
If you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Rodriguez via phone at 425-385-7391 or send an email to email@example.com.
We look forward to partnering with you!
Honoring our Community, Past, Present & Future!
It is with great pride and enthusiasm that our Eagles are collectively honoring Hispanic Heritage Month. Across these months of September and October, our school will celebrate the unique and vital role that Latino and Latina Americans have played in shaping our county, state, and community. Together, we intend to celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of our students, colleagues, and families who trace their personal family history to South America, Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Spain.
Thus far, our students have learned about leaders (past, present, and future) including Jovita Idár and Sophie Cruz. We will continue our celebration across October and welcome your family to learn along with our Eagles. Asking questions like, "who are you studying?" and "why do you think they did what they did for others?" are powerful opportunities to connect.
Thank you for your shared commitment as we celebrate, learn, and grow as a community.
Everett Public Schools to Host Regional Meetings
Our first Let's Connect meeting is this coming Thursday (10/6) at Evergreen Middle School. You are invited as this meeting will provide a great opportunity to connect with our Everett Public Schools Region Two Regional Superintendent, Dr. Cathy Woods. Dr. Woods will facilitate a discussion related to our recent Back to School opening and engage in conversation about student academic needs (see below focus questions). We would love to have you and hope that you can attend this in-person meeting to share your thoughts.
October Let’s Connect! Meeting
Topic: Back to School
Date: October 6, 2022
Time: 6 - 7 p.m.
Location: Evergreen MS - Cafeteria
Focus questions that will be posed:
- What are the academic needs your student may have?
- What does student achievement mean to you?
Everett Public Schools Newsletter
Our Everett Public Schools newsletter for the month of October is below. This specifically crafted monthly communication is designed to connect with all of our families, providing information pertaining to all of our schools/programs. This month's newsletter includes updates pertaining to:
- October Let's Connect meetings
- Parent University
- Safety reminders
- Auto-call reminders
Please enjoy your weekend and these coming fall days! We look forward to seeing you on campus and thank you for the opportunity to serve you and your family.
Win the Day, Eagles!
Tyler & Catarino
Principal & Assistant Principal
Monroe Elementary School
Missed an Update?
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