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Plan to Improve Academic Achievement
- Assessing Student Academic Progress using NWEA MAP Assessments so early intervention can be implemented to close learning gaps with results used to guide student instruction.
- Implementing Wilson Fundations Program (Early Childhood Reading Program) to improve student reading skills.
- Teachers Unpacking State Standards confirming that they are teaching what should be taught, when it should be taught and assessing student mastery of the Standards
- Revising academic curriculum to be in alignment with what students need to know to be successful on the new testing
- Professional Development for Teachers on topics (Differentiated Instruction, Assessment Construction, Response to Intervention, Intervention Assistance, Researched Based Instruction)   Read More >
Upcoming Events
Mini Twirl Clinic
Monday, October 17, 2016
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Monday, October 24, 2016
Parent Teacher Conference
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Friday, October 28, 2016
Recent News

Contact any FFA Member or call the Agriculture Dept at 419-465-2531 Ext 1311
Sale runs October 13, 2016 - October 31, 2016
Fruit will be delivered the week December 5th

Calling ALL Grandparents or Special Family Friends: You're invited to our annual Grandparent's Day on Friday, October 28th!! We will be serving coffee, juice, muffins, and donuts in the cafeteria from 7:15-7:45am. The Book Fair will also be open at this time if you would like to visit it. After breakfast, you are invited to visit your grandchild's or grandchildren's classrooms from 7:45-8:30am. We hope to see you there!!

Tickets are still available for the game for the College of Wooster vs. Ashland University Mens Basketball game to be played in the MAC on Tuesday Oct. 4th.  Tickets will be on sale from 8am to 3pm Monday through Friday until they are sold out and will cost $6 a piece. Due to the anticipated popularity of this event a sell out is expected. Plan on buying tickets early. There will be a limit of 6 tickets per person.  Read More >

101 West St, Monroeville, Oh 44847
Sunday, November 20. 2016

Tickets will go on sale Tuesday Oct. 4th at 8am for the College of Wooster vs. Ashland University Mens Basketball game to be played in the MAC. Tickets will be on sale from 8am to 3pm Monday through Friday until they are sold out and will cost $6 a piece. Due to the anticipated popularity of this event a sell out is expected. Plan on buying tickets early. There will be a limit of 6 tickets per person.   Read More >

101 West St, Monroeville, Oh 44847
Sunday, November 20. 2016

We are hosting a Lularoe Pop-Up Boutique as a fundraiser for the Monroeville Music and Drama Departments. For every item purchased we will earn $3, $4, or $6 for our organizations.

4th Grade Field Trip to Lyme Village

Parents and students attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Monroeville Elementary playground last night during Elementary open house. Pictured are Elementary Principal Bob Butler and students cutting the ribbon opening up the new playground. The cost of the new playground was approximately $80,000 paid for through the use of Grant Monies PTO contributions private donations and Board of Education contributions. Also a number of volunteers provided labor and resources to help keep the cost down. The new playground can accommodate up to 200 students and will be open to the public year-round.   Read More >

CLICK HERE for information regarding the start of the school year.

Cross Country time is here and we are meeting weekly for conditioning. If you would like to join us please call Tony Good at 419-602-3049. Next run will be 7/6/16 at 7pm at Marsh Field shelter house. Any questions please call. This is for Junior High and High School.  Read More >

At the June 20th Monroeville BOE meeting the following businesses and individuals were recognized:
Friends of the Monroeville Library presenting a check for $1,000 to representatives of the Monroeville PTO to be used toward the new Monroeville Elementary playground construction.
Representatives from Janotta & Herner Construction recognized by the Monroeville BOE and the Ohio School Boards Association for J&H's continued outstanding support of the Monroeville School District in the MAC Building Construction, Elementary Addition Construction and many other district related projects.
Representative from Sound Solutions of Tiffin recognized by the Monroeville BOE and the Ohio School Board Association for their support in the design/installation of the sound and technology in the new Monroeville Athletic Complex (MAC Building)
County Commissioner Tom Dunlap presenting Monroeville HS student Kristen Smith a proclamation honoring her 7th place finish at the State Track meet in the 400m dash. Kristen is accompanied by her father.   Read More >

Monroeville Kindergarteners and their parents who attended the first of 7 sessions of the "Summer Story Time" reading program.

The Fall Sports Parents Meeting will be held on Wednesday July 6th at 7pm in the MAC. This meeting is mandatory for all parents and athletes, grades 7-12, that are in a fall sport. (Dance, Cheer, Football, Volleyball and Cross Country.)   Read More >

Free Beach Bags and virtual summer camp offer online learning activities


Back by popular demand: INFOhio Beach Bags and Camp INFOhio offered for free to all Ohio families by INFOhio and the Ohio Department of Education.

The Beach Bags, for grades K-3, feature stories and activities that let children practice reading skills while learning about careers and the environment.

The Beach Bags are:

Camp INFOhio, for children in grades 4-6, contains five days of reading, activities and experiments centered on science, technology, engineering, the arts and math (STEAM) topics. Kids can try their hands at code breaking, conducting science experiments with items they find in the kitchen, learning about roller coasters before designing their own and creating their own musical instruments.

No sign-up is necessary. Parents can simply download the packets listed above and work through them with their children at their own pace.   Read More >

Handwriting Semi-finalist Emily Stanley
Jr. High State Track Results
1st place shot- Trey Leroux- 45-07.00 ft
10th place Discus- 118-05.00 ft
7th Place 4X2 girls- Jenks, Vogus, Blackford, Barman- 2:02.69
5th Place 4X4 girls- Barman, Roberts, Vogus, Holland, Roberts- 4:57.19   Read More >
Summer Basketball Program
Click HERE for the High School Summer Basketball Schedule   Read More >

Spring Sports Awards ceremony will be held on Monday May 23rd at 7:30 in the MAC. This program is for Softball, Baseball and Track athletes and their parents. Please dress appropriately.  Read More >

Watch Monroeville High School's Service Day video by clicking HERE!

8th Grade Washington D.C.

Informational Meeting

Thursday, May 26, 2016
@ 6:00PM
In the Auditorium
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Thank you Bellevue Pizza Hut for donating pizza boxes to Mrs. Goodwin's 5th & 6th grade gifted math class, and making our Homemade Pizza Math projects possible!
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School Spelling Bee for Grades 4-8.

1st Place - 4th grader Julian Bastardo 

2nd Place - 7th grader Callie Rosser 

3rd Place - 6th grader Parker Adams 

The Monroeville Eagles Baseball and Softball teams will be hosting the first round of the sectional tournament at Clark Park. The boys will be in action this Saturday May 7th at 3pm vs. St. Paul. The Lady Eagles will host St. Peter's on Monday May 9th at 5pm. As these will be OHSAA tournament games, there will be a ticket required or admission. Tickets are $6 adults and $4 students and will be sold at the Clark Park on the day of the game.   Read More >

  The secretary position is available for the Athletic Boosters. If you or anyone you know might be interested please let us know!!  If you or anyone you know might be interested in joining a subcommittee please let us know also! The subcommittees will be for the booster drive, golf scramble, concessions and our reverse raffle. This is a great way to get involved with the community and help our sports programs out. Please contact Hannah Hale if interested in the secretary position or any subcommittee help (567) 224-3623 or
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The Norwalk Reflector wrote a great article sharing the successes of our Service Learning Program.  CLICK HERE to read the article!
2016 Hall of Fame Inductees
Please take the time to follow the link below and read the bio's of the three 2016 Hall of Fame Inductees. We are proud to acknowledge the accomplishments of George Roeder, Russell Herner, and Andrew Latham.

Monroeville Art Students won several awards at the 5th Annual Firelands Audubon Society Student Art contest. The awards ceremony was held at Osborne Park on Sunday August 24th at 1 pm during the annual Earth Day Celebration. There were 539 entries this year!! The winning entries will be on display at local libraries. They will post that schedule on their website as soon as the dates are confirmed.

Attached below are photos of the Monroeville winners. Grace Goodwin - First place Group I K-3, Rachel Herner - Third place Group II 4-6, Callie Rosser - First place Group III 7-9, Rudy Replogle- Best of Show Group IV 9-12.

Congratulations to all of the winners!

There will be a boys basketball meeting for all boys, grades 6-11, interested in playing basketball next year and their parents on Thursday April 28th at 7pm in the MAC. This will be an opportunity to meet our new Varsity Boys coach Al Mielcarek and get more information on summer activities.  Read More >
Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
The Hall of Fame Induction ceremony is on Saturday at 6pm. (Doors open at 5:30) This years inductees are George Roeder, Russell Herner and Andy Latham. Tickets can be purchased in the Athletic Office for $15 a piece and include dinner.  Read More >

Check out the edition of the Junior High Newspaper!

What is Monroeville doing to raise student achievement and improve State Grade Card Standing?
- Assessing Student Academic Progress using NWEA MAP Assessments so early intervention can be implemented to close learning gaps with results used to guide student instruction.
- Implementing Wilson Fundations Program (Early Childhood Reading Program) to improve student reading skills.
- Teachers Unpacking State Standards confirming that they are teaching what should be taught, when it should be taught and assessing student mastery of the Standards
- Revising academic curriculum to be in alignment with what students need to know to be successful on the new testing
- Professional Development for Teachers on topics (Differentiated Instruction, Assessment Construction, Response to Intervention, Intervention Assistance, Researched Based Instruction)

Monroeville Schools Presents:

March 31, April 1 and April 2 at 7:00 pm in the high school auditorium
Tickets are now on sale. Pre-sale cost is $6.00 and they are $8.00 at the door   Read More >

This Sale has been extended until April 4th!!
All proceeds will go towards the Spanish Club's Trip to COSTA RICA!! Also, if you are interested in going to COSTA RICA, please contact Ashley Anders at or 419-465-2531 ex. 2335

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2016 Career Day

Monday, March 28th is the final day to order Junior High Yearbooks online. 

Our JV and Varsity Baseball Teams participated in a group Service Learning project that completed the spring cleaning at the Norwalk VFW baseball complex ,which is where our youth baseball plays in the summer. We completed this project that normally takes the Lefty Grove League weeks, in one day. GREAT WORK, GUYS!   Read More >

The Wrestling Program would like to thank all those that helped make the 1st Annual Spring Open a success. We could not have done this without the help of students, parents, staff and community members. We had more than 50 volunteers help set up the gym on Friday, run the tournament on Saturday, and tear-down/clean up after the competition. It is truly amazing to be apart of a community that is so willing to step forward to volunteer their time. Once again, thank you for your support and your time. We truly appreciate all the help that we received!   Read More >

CLICK HERE to read the latest version of the Jr. High Newspaper!

The Monroeville Hall of Fame Committee has announced the seventh annual class of inductees. They are: George Roeder – Community Member, Andy Latham – Alumni, and Russell Herner - Alumni

The ceremony will take place on Saturday April 23th, 2016 in the Cafeteria. Doors will open at 5:30pm with dinner beginning at 6pm. (Tickets are on sale in the High School Athletic Office for $15 a person.)

The evening will consist of dinner and the induction of the 2016 class of the Monroeville Hall of Fame.

2016 Local Scholarship information and applications will be emailed to all seniors on Wednesday, March 16th. Please check your school email accounts for this important information. If for some reason you can't access this from your email, it will also be available on the school's website and in Ms Gerber's office at the high school. The deadline to turn them into Ms. Gerber's office is April 1st.   Read More >

Congratulations to LISA KAISER for winning the V.I.E Parking Space with a winning bid of $750!

This year's "Pastries For Parents" went well! Thank you parents!

The current bid is at $750
Click HERE to bid!

Spring Sports Picture Day
March 15, 2016

Varsity Track – 3:00

Junior High Track – 3:30

Baseball - 4:00

Softball – 4:30

The winter sports awards ceremony will be held on Sunday March 13th at 3pm in the MAC
Pizza Party For The Seniors
The pizza party for the Seniors that was won in the free throw competition at the MAC Grand Opening will be March 8th at 6pm in the Community Room.  Read More >

Check out the newest Edition of the Jr. High Newspaper by visiting our Media Page or by CLICKING HERE

The spring sports parents meeting will be on Monday March 7 in the MAC at 7pm.

Congratulations Glen Clark!  Glen scored his 1,000 career point last night!

5th grade boys celebrating their season at Pean's. They won the last 5 of their 6 games and made it to the semifinals in tournaments last Saturday!

Division III Sectional Tournament
9th place as a team
Congratulations to the following District Qualifiers
Colten Millis - 3rd
Rhett Roeder - 3rd
Cody Hershizer - 2nd
Tche Leroux - 5th
Derek Adelman - 4th

They will be advancing to the District Tournament held at Toledo Waite on Friday and Saturday.

Cowboy Carnival is coming soon! March 12th! Get your Rip Roarin' Raffle tickets early to win this awesome Trike!!!

Congratulations to the Wrestlers at the Margaretta Wrestling Invitational

4th overall as a team
Colton Millis - 1st
Rhett Roeder - 3rd
Cody Hershizer -1st
The Leroux - 2nd
Sectional tournament this Friday and Saturday @ Plymouth High School
Congrats to Our Wrestlers At Conference!
Team - 6th Place
Donovan Ruffing - 3rd 
Colton Millis - 2nd
Rhett Roeder - 3rd
Caleb Smith - 4th
Cody Hershiser - 1st
Tche Leroux - 3rd

Check out the newest Edition of the Jr. High Newspaper by visiting our Media Page or by CLICKING HERE

We have added a wrestling meet on Feb. 10th at home vs. St. Joe's in an effort to get our wrestlers a chance to wrestle in the MAC!

Feb. 10th
Wrestling Dual vs. Fremont St. Josephs
6pm in the MAC
Senior Night

Here's more information for the Costa Rica/Nicaragua trip coming in Summer 2017: CLICK HERE
Spanish Trip - Costa Rica
Ready for an adventure of a lifetime?! Come to the Spanish trip meeting for Costa Rica and Nicaragua in Summer 2017.  The meeting is Tuesday, February 2nd at 6:30pm in the Spanish room. Contact Miss Anders for more details if needed.  Read More >

Visit the MAC Home Page for more information by clicking HERE!   Read More >
MAC Reserved Basketball Seats
Starting on Tuesday, January 19th, anyone who currently has reserved boys basketball seats may come in to select comparable seats in the new gym. If you are unable to make it in before the opening game on the 23rd, you will be given seats that are as close as possible to the location of your old seats.  Read More >
The Time Has Come!
The time has come for the unveiling of an amazing community effort! Come celebrate the Monroeville Athletic Complex on January 23rd at 11:00am! Please stay tuned for event details!
Honoring Adam Mastroianni
On January 4th, 2016 MHS honored one of our former students. In fact, he was the second honoree from the class of 2010 that we are recognized this year, Logan Stieber being the first. Students, found both inspiration and motivation from Adam Mastroianni’s visit. After graduating, Adam went on from Monroeville High School to the prestigious Princeton University. After graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2014 from Princeton Adam is now attending Oxford University in England as a Rhodes Scholar. OK, so what exactly is a Rhodes Scholar? In 1902, a gentleman by the name of Cecil Rhodes (who by the way has a country named after him formerly Rhodesia now Zimbabwe) set up in his will, a post-graduate scholarship for students outside of Britain to go and study at Oxford University in England. His thought was that if you bring individuals with strong character together from around the world that excel academically they would gain an appreciation for each other and their differences thus diminishing the possibility of conflict between nations. Now, how is that for pressure? Talk about responsibility! Annually, there are 32 recipients of this scholarship in the US and around 83 worldwide. Among those receiving this honor are major political, financial, and academic leaders, as well as attorneys, artists, authors, and songwriters. Adam is a part of the 2014 list of recipients for the Rhodes Scholarship. Congratulations Adam, you’ve made Eagle Nation proud!!!

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Monroeville Choir on WMFD-TV
The Monroeville Local Schools 5th through 12th grade choirs traveled to Mansfield to record Christmas songs on December 9th. These performances may be seen on WMFD-TV on Christmas Day at the following times:
Select songs (we don't know if ours made the cut or not) can be heard on Mix 106.1, WVNO-FM. The performances will also be available for HD streaming at
Congrats to all involved in a job well done!
French Class - Christmas Carols
Ms. Maazaoui's French students participated in an annual Field Trip to area nursing homes and a child care center to sing French Christmas carols. Residents were invited to join in when singing the English versions. Students mingled among residents extending their wishes for a Happy Holiday. Places visited in Norwalk were the Gerken Center & Christie Lane, the Carriage House, Norwalk Memorial Home, Gaymont Nursing Home, and Parkvue in Sandusky.
New Post to The Media Page
Click Here to check out the new edition of the "Squawk" which is Monroeville's Junior High Newspaper.  Read More >
JV Girls BB Schedule Change
The JV girls basketball game at St. Paul, this Thursday December 10th, has been canceled due to low numbers for the Flyers. The varsity game will now start at 6pm at St. Paul.   Read More >
A Time for Giving
Monroeville Local Schools relies on the generous annual support of individuals like you to maintain unique and inspiring Christmas for more than 25 children and 8 or 9 families.

The guidance department is sponsoring as many needy families as possible throughout the holiday season. Our mission of this Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys, clothing, and other items children have asked for and/or needs each year, and distribute these items (Christmas gifts) to needy children in the community of Monroeville.

Trees are locating around the school; decorated with ornaments. The ornaments have the kids wishes and needs printed on them. Students, staff, faculty, and community members are encouraged to take an ornament and purchase a present for a child. Monetary donations and canned foods are also accepted. Donations and presents can be dropped off at the guidance office through December 6th. All donations are greatly appreciated. If you should have any questions please contact Jen Sieger - Harvey or Amanda Stieber at (419) 465-2431 x1304
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College Financial Aid Night
The Monroeville High School guidance department will be hosting a financial aid night on Tuesday, January 12th, starting at 6:00pm in room 101. This meeting will be open to any college bound students or parents who are interested in obtaining information on financial aid. A financial aid administrator from Heidelberg University will explain the process and procedures for filing financial aid and completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA). She will also address questions/concerns about financial aid and provide resources available for assistance.  Read More >
Dope is for Dopes
Entering the gymnasium wearing brown prison jumpsuits, work boots or black prison-issue shoes, and restrained by handcuffs and leg shackles, the prisoners made their way into the gym.
These four men were visiting Monroeville High School on October 23, 2015 from the Grafton Correctional Institution as part of the “Dope Is for Dopes” youth outreach program.
The men, who all requested anonymity, hope to help keep kids on the right path. They said the word dope stands for “death or prison eventually,” and claimed to be living proof the acronym is fitting.
Fall Sports Awards Ceremony
Tonight is the Fall Sports Awards Ceremony. This will be held in Auditorium at 7:30 and will recognize our fall athletes in Cross Country, Cheerleading, Dance, Football and Volleyball. Athletes please dress appropriately, no jeans or t-shirts.  Read More >
Paint a Plow - H.S. Art
We are proud to announce that the Art II class at Monroeville High School has teamed up with the Ohio Department of Transportation this year in the "Paint a Plow" Program. We saw this opportunity as a great way to get involved and help our community. Teaming up with ODOT allowed us to practice our skills, help promote winter driving safety and be advocates for our art department program. The students took complete ownership of this project from planning to implementation. It was a win, win situation. The Plows will be on Display for the Light up Norwalk Celebration Saturday November 28th from 11:30 am - 8:00 pm. Please show your support and visit the display.

Important Academic Annoucement
Recently, the Ohio Department of Education released preliminary district results from last year’s state testing. In the next couple week’s we will be sending home parent reports to students in grades 3 through 8 as well as students in 11th and 12th grade. A mandatory meeting for students and parents of 9th and 10th grade students has been set for December 8th at 6:30 pm in the cafeteria. Test results and how these results are tied to your child’s graduation requirements will be the focus of the discussion on this evening.
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Help Needed at Girl's BB Games
The athletic department is looking for someone who would be willing to run the player board at Varsity Girls Basketball games this year. If a student is interested they can earn service hours and if an adult is interested the athletic department would give that individual a family pass for winter sports. If interested please see or contact Mr. Paul.


The athletic department is looking for anyone who would be interested in announcing girls basketball games. If you are interested, please see Mr. Paul.
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Limited Tickets Available for Game at Quicken Loans
Monroeville Boys Basketball will be playing at Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday December 1st. The game originally scheduled for 1:30 is now going to be played at 3pm. Tickets are now on sale and are $35. The ticket is good for both admission to the Monroeville vs. South Central game and the Cav's vs. the Wizzards game that night at 7pm. Tickets can be purchased at the school from now until Dec. 1st.
Website Errors Report
Our District wants our website to be as efficient as possible.  With that being said, if you come across a link that does not work or a misspelling, we ask that you take the time to report it.  If you come across an error please go to the "Survey" tab located on the district home page or under most drop down menus located on the top of the screen.  Thank you!  Read More >
Screamin' Eagle Craft Show
Lots of vendors including:
Homemade and direct sales jewelry
Snacks, sweets, and treats
Perfectly Posh
American girl and other doll clothes
Crocheted items
Paper crafts
Wood crafts and woodworking items
Glass goods
DoTerra Essential Oils
Hand seem items and afghans
Thoughts in Cement
Handmade soaps and lotions
Holiday decor
Origami Owl
Pampered Chef
Lilla Rose
Thirty One
Mary Kay
Pink Zebra
AND MORE! You don't want to miss out. Great chance to pick up some Christmas gifts, even some for yourself ?? See you there!   Read More >
Fall Sports Award Ceremony
The fall sports awards ceremony will be held on Monday December 7th at 7:30 pm in the auditorium. It will be recognizing all of our fall athletes who were involved in cheerleading, dance, cross country, football and volleyball.   Read More >
MLS Students - Potential Motocross National Champions
In a small village, you don't expect to have potential National Champions in Motocross, but here in Monroeville (and Bellevue where they live) Grace (3rd Grade) and Aiden (5th Grade) Goodwin are on the right track to do so! Both kids have competed in the 2015 Mountain Dew ATV Motocross National Championship Series this past summer. We traveled all over the eastern side of the country. The competition was incredible and Grace ended the season with a 2nd place overall finish! Aidan was inline to take the championship himself but just couldn't get his points back after his femur break in May, however he still ended up 12th in the nation. We also ran as many state competitions as possible in between our national dates. Both Aidan and Grace have placed in the top 3 at any of the local races we've attended. Evan (Kindergarten) made his racing debut with the Huron County fair race and came in 2nd, only to his sister and then went on to finish 5th at his very first state race just a couple of weeks ago.
This Saturday, November 14, 2015 the Goodwin Family will be hosting a Meet the Team Day at Ace Hardware in Bellevue from 12p-3p. Here you can meet the racers and see their quads! Items donated from area businesses will be raffled off and all proceeds will go towards helping these great racers with their 2016 race season!
Click "Read More" to see pictures and view the "meet the team" information!   Read More >
Attention All Veterans
Veterans, please join us for our annual Veterans Day program Wednesday, November 11th at 9:45. You are also invited to breakfast at 9:00 in the elementary wing.   Read More >
4th Annual Screamin' Eagles Vendor and Craft Show
Monroeville Music Department will be hosting it's 4th annual Screamin' Eagles Vendor and Craft Show on Sunday, November 22nd from 10am-4pm. Last year we hosted over 70 vendors. Come shop for all your holiday needs! If you are interested in being a part of this show you may contact Christine Turner at 419-465-2533 ext 1310 or You may also download a contract at the link below.
Click HERE to download the Craft Show Contract.   Read More >
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