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Monroe District and Curriculum

Monroe Public Schools houses three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Serving and inspiring all students to achieve their greatest potential is the mission for the Monroe Public Schools. Working to prepare students for the diverse and global community, Monroe Public Schools utilizes the Connecticut Common Core State Standards in Reading and Mathematics and the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium for student assessment.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Monroe District Curriculum

Monroe Public Schools also utilizes curriculum maps that include scope and sequence of content and skills, core materials, textbooks, and measurable student learning objectives. Annual summative assessments also aide in curriculum development. Analysis from students’ scores on the statewide assessments taken in grades 3-8 and 10, as well as district-wide and classroom exams help advance the curriculum.

Monroe Public Schools uses curriculum that is engaging, relevant, and rigorous so that students will become college and career ready upon graduation. A variety of content areas are examined include mathematics, reading, language arts, art, music, technology, science, social studies, and world languages. At the high school level, students can expand their knowledge in areas such as robotics, business, or culinary arts. In addition, students have the opportunity to earn post-secondary credit through the University of Connecticut’s Early College Experience.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Monroe Educational News

  • Monroe Reads Together - Monroe Reads Together has chosen their book for a town-wide read encouraging all members of the community to get involved in reading. This is an on-going program that community members can join any time and have a chance to share a book with their peers.
  • Freshman Transition to High School - “Fresh Fest” 2014 was held to introduce freshman to the high school environment and to promote a smooth transition from middle to high school. The district wants for students to feel prepared and understand what academic opportunities exist for them.
  • Monroe Parent’s Council Information - Interested in getting involved in your child’s education? Check out the Monroe Parent’s Council in order to assist with fundraising, sharing information, and improving information from the schools and the parents.

Monroe Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Freshman Year Survival

The transition from middle school to high school can be a challenging one for many students. High school can be intimidating and getting the hang of high school is an important task. If you happen to have some friends that are transitioning to high school with you, then that can be a big help! You will already know some familiar faces at lunch, in the hallways, and after-school. Get to your know way around. Sometimes the sheer size of high school is exhausting to think about. During freshman orientation, use that time when the hallways aren’t so busy to learn your way around and locate of your classes. Be prepared and be ready to learn that first day of school. Having your materials and a positive attitude can make all the difference, and it is an easy way to get on your teacher’s good side! Break out of your shell and get involved. Find a club, sport, or activity that interests you and get involved. Making new friends can be easy when you share similar interests.