As required by OAR 581-022-2305 Compliance and Reporting on Standards, all Oregon school districts must report to their respective communities as to the district’s status with regards to the state standards.
Our district has implemented our management plan for asbestos containing materials. Cleaning, preventative measures, training and periodic surveillance have been performed on an ongoing basis.
We are following the schedule of response actions as defined in our management plan. This plan is available at the district office and at each individual school for review. If you desire a personal copy, please give us 5 days notice. The cost is $10 to cover reproduction.
The ongoing job of maintaining asbestos containing materials is being conducted in the most stringent manner for the safest possible school buildings. I am available to address your questions.
Bill Crowson, LEA Designate
Monroe School District has a very active Homeless Program. Please become a part of our team and help us identify those students who live in the Monroe area who might qualify for our help. If you know of someone in our area that has a school age child and might be considered homeless please contact one of our schools or call the District Office at 541-847-6292. We will check your information and see if we can help. You do not have to identify yourself. This program is intended to help students not to cause anyone problems.
Monroe Grade School (MGS) received federal funds for Title I, Part A programs. MGS is a school wide Title IA program that provides extra help in math and reading. This extra help must supplement, not supplant, the regular reading and math programs going in in the building.
Throughout the school year, we will be providing you with important information about Title IA programs, federal rules and guidelines and your child’s education.
You have a right to request information about the qualifications of the classroom staff working with your child. All staff working with students in any educational fashion at MGS meet the “highly qualified” guidelines established by the federal government. You may request information on highly qualified status by checking with the office staff at MGS.
Information on certificated staff that can be provided to you includes licensing requirements, endorsements held and education background. Classified staff working at MGC who work educationally with students either have completed at least 2 years of college and/or have passed a nationally recognized test demonstrating competency.
Each Fall, Monroe Grade School will have a Title IA parent event that we encourage you to attend. Each Spring the parents and guardians will be surveyed on school and Title IA programs to help plan for the following year.
Should you have any other questions regarding your child’s education, please do not hesitate to call the district office at the number listed above.
Lead in water test results will appear here when results are received. We anticipate testing to begin September, 2020 and to be completed by the end of the 2020-21 academic year.