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Day one has arrived for me and I have hit the ground running! I wanted to immediately touch base with the community as I'm sure many of you are curious and maybe even...
Monroe Parent reminder:
Picture day is tomorrow for in house students. Remote learn students will be able to get school pictures taken in Nov. More info to come on that.
Important changes regarding remote learning are being implemented soon. All fully remote learners that wish to switch to in-person learning must notify the school asap and be prepared to start Monday, Sept. 28. In addition, fully remote learners will have the option to go to in-person learning at the start of each quarter, and also the mid-term points of each quarter from now on. This is a change from our original plan. In-person learners still have the option to go to remote learning at any time. Also, all jr/sr high school students that are in-person learning will start attending every day beginning Oct. 19 (start of 2nd quarter). The block schedule and early dismissal time will still be in effect. Please remember to continue doing your part to help keep our community's infection rate low! Thank you. - Jon Julius, Superintendent
Monroe Parents REMINDER:
It's school picture time again! Monroe picture day is Wednesday, September 23, 2020. Forms went home last week. You can order online this year in addition to the traditional form of payment.
This week, the Casey-Westfield Schools have encountered the first positive cases of COVID-19 of the school year. Each building encountered one person that was infected. In working with the health department, all necessary steps have been taken to mitigate further spread. We have been very blessed with good health throughout the first four weeks of school. Our hope is that by adhering to the precautions and procedures that have been established that this will continue. We ask that our students, parents, and community members continue to do their part by monitoring their health daily, and staying at home if they are experiencing any symptoms of the virus. Minimizing the spread will enable us to have students in our schools as much as possible. We have had a great start to the school year and are continually striving to make things even better. Thank you for your support!
A message for our Monroe Remote Learners...Being away from school means missing out on chances to interact with other students and adults; but you can still learn some important lessons about being a great friend, getting along with others, and how to control your emotions! Students at school are learning about good character and how to be our best. Remote learners can follow this link to find lessons on the School Counselor web pages: https://dianebolin.wixsite.com/counselor/learning-at-home