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District Overall Final Grade - C

Monroeville High School Gr. 7-12 Overall Final Grade - B

Monroeville Elementary School K-6 Overall Final Grade - C

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District Report Card

Ohio State Report Cards Released

On Friday, September 14th Ohio school districts will find out how they performed during the 2017-18 school year. What’s new: An overall letter grade for each school and school district, a feature school officials have long anticipated.

The report cards will also evaluate school districts on several standards — achievement, literacy, graduation rates, among others — on an A-F scale. It’s a similar assessment used for last year’s report cards. Other new features on the report cards this year include grades on how well schools are helping non-native speakers learn English, stopping chronic absenteeism, how students perform on retaking state end of course exams and more.

Frustration has surrounded recent report cards, in which school leaders have blamed poor scores on a number of changes.

Among them:

• Ohio switched to a new standardized test by Partnership for Assessment for Readiness for College and Careers, or “PARCC,” during the 2013-14 school year. State officials abandoned the highly criticized tests and issued a new test provided by the American Institutes of Research.

• Many school districts have shifted from paper-and-pencil tests to online tests for the first time.

• The grading scales for many state standards have changed in the last few years.

This week, Ohio school districts will find out how they performed during the 2017-18 school year. What’s new: An overall letter grade for each school and school district, a feature school officials have long anticipated.

The report cards will also evaluate school districts on several standards — achievement, literacy, graduation rates, among others — on an A-F scale. It’s a similar assessment used for last year’s report cards. Other new features on the report cards this year include grades on how well schools are helping non-native speakers learn English, stopping chronic absenteeism, how students perform on retaking state end of course exams and more.

You can find the Monroeville school district’s report card, in addition to data for any Ohio public and community school, at report card.ohio.gov.

Overall Grades for Monroeville Local Schools are as follows:

District Overall Final Grade C

Monroeville High School Gr. 7-12 Overall Final Grade B

Monroeville Elementary School K-6 Overall Final Grade C

Information for this Featured Article was provided with the aid of the Sandusky Register and Reporter Caitlin Nearhood using excerpts from a story that ran in the Register on Sept. 11, 2018   Read More >

Announcements

1. WORKING TO KEEP MONROEVILLE STUDENTS AND STAFF SAFE THE DISTRICT HAS ADDED ADDITIONAL LOCK/UNLOCK BUZZERS TO THE OUTSIDE DOORS OF THE ELEMENTARY, HIGH SCHOOL AND BOARD OFFICE MAIN ENTRANCES. IT WILL NOW BE NECESSARY TO BUZZ IN AT THE OUTER DOORS TO GAIN ENTRY TO THE DISTRICT SCHOOLS.

 

2. FROM THIS DAY FORWARD IF EXTREME HEAT IS FORECAST FOR A SCHEDULED SCHOOL DAY AN ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE MADE BEFORE SCHOOL THAT THE DISTRICT WILL DISMISS EARLY FOR THE DAY AT 11:45AM. BUSSES WOULD RUN THEIR NORMAL DROP OFF ROUTES BEGINNING AT 11:45AM. 

  PARENTS PLEASE PREPARE NOW FOR A DISTRICT EARLY DISMISSAL SHOULD ONE BE NECESSARY IN THE FUTURE. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL YOUR STUDENT’S SCHOOL OFFICE.   Read More >

CCP Books
College Credit Plus Students:


Book Pick up orders are listed below.

Students who attend BGSU Firelands:  (all classes except for GSW 1110) - can pick up their books in the EBY room; located in the board office on Thursday, August 23rd and Friday, August 24th from 3-4pm.

Students who are taking North Central State Courses can pick up their books this Friday, August 17th from 3 to 4pm in the EBY Room.

Students who are taking the  Toledo Business course taught by Mr. DeMarco or the BGSU  GSW 1110 writing course with Mrs. Vanfleet can pick up their books in the actual class the first day of school.

Thanks and enjoy the rest of your summer.  - Mrs. Harvey
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Important School Dates

2018 Start of School Information  

All School Offices Open Aug 1st(7am to 2:30pm daily)

 

Jr. High/High School Student Orientation– Thursday, August 16th

Time - 7th grade at 6:30pm and 9thgrade at 7:15pm. 

 

District Wide Open House– Monday, August 20th(Grades k-12)

Time – 5:00pm to 6:30pm

 

First Day of School – Wednesday, August 22nd  (Start 7:45am - Dismiss 2:45pm)

 

Labor Day– Monday, September 3rd (No School)

 

September 2hr Delays– Monday, September 10th& Friday, September 28th  

Student Pickup and Drop Off  (Same As Last Year)

Jr. High/High School StudentPickup and Drop Offin front of school on West Street onlydue to Bus Pickup and Drop Off at School Entrance

Elementary Student Drop Offuse drive thru in front of school or West Street (Crossing Guard on Duty at 7:15am) Doors Open 7:15am

Elementary Student Pick Up– 2:50pm (After Bus Pull Out). 

Parents will not be able to use HS drive thru to park and wait for students, busses will be picking up and dropping off using the HS drive thru.  

Bus Transportation Information 

Bus Routes will be posted on the District Website(Click on the About Us Tab and then click on the Transportation Tab to access route information for students.) If information is not available keep checking back.  

If you need to sign students up for bus transportation click on the Survey Tab under Quick Links and submit the information for bus transportation. 

Bus Garage Contact Info;

Don Beck – Transportation Director

Phone – (419) 465-2093

 

Lunch and Breakfast Information 2018-19

Lunch Prices 

Elementary - $2.65

Jr. High - $2.80

High School - $2.95

Milk - .50

Breakfast Prices 

All Students - $1.50

Elementary Students should bring lunch money in an envelope with the student’s name, amount and teacher’s name marked on the envelope.

HS Students should bring money in envelope with student’s name and amount in the envelope.

Students can bring money weekly or monthly for deposit into their accounts.

Lunch money may also be added to student accounts using the District Website. Click on the About Us Tab and then click on the Food Service Department to create/access student accounts  

Student Parking

Student parking is available in the parking lot directly across from the High School. 

 

College Credit Plus Class Information 

Books and class materials for the College Credit Plus Classes being held in Monroeville HS will be passed out in the Guidance Office. 

 

Off campus CCP students will pickup and order books through the high school guidance office and return books at the end of the semester back to the guidance office.   Read More >

MHS Hires Head Basketball Coach

  Monroeville High School is excited to announce Paul Roeder as it’s next head boys basketball coach. Paul is a Monroeville alumni who played on the 1975-76 Regional Final basketball team. Paul still holds several records in the program. Upon graduation, Paul received a full athletic scholarship to attend Henry Ford Community College, in Dearborn, Michigan. Paul started 2 years at Henry Ford and the team reached a ranking of #2 in the country. After 2 years at Henry Ford, Paul received a full athletic scholarship to Southeastern Louisiana University, a Division 1 college, located in Hammond, Louisiana. Paul was a 2013 inductee to the Monroeville Community Hall of Fame.

This will be Paul’s first head coaching job though he has a wide variety of coaching experience at all levels. For the past two years, Paul was an assistant coach for the Eagles. His high expectations of athletes and his positive approach to coaching are easily seen in his interactions with players in both practice and games. Paul brings an incredible passion for Monroeville basketball and a strong desire to build a quality program that is not only competitive but that prepares it’s athletes for many of life’s challenges. Paul’s strong ties to the Monroeville school, community, it’s athletes and families as well as his character and integrity make him well suited to this task.    Read More >

Spanish Trip
For anyone interested in traveling to Spain in June 2019, there will be an informational meeting on Wednesday May 9th at 6 pm in the Spanish Room (119) at MHS. This trip will be open to anyone in grades 9-12 (and families!). We'll be traveling to Madrid, Granada, Sevilla and more over this 9-day experience to Spain. Come to the meeting on May 9th to find out more information about this trip of a lifetime. The link to the trip website is below, feel free to look over the itinerary, pictures, and videos! See you there for this once in a lifetime trip! www.eftours.com/2028270nm  Read More >
8th Annual Firelands Audubon Society Art Contest
    We had several Monroeville Art Students compete in the 8th Annual Firelands Audubon Society Art Contest recently. These students were recognized at the awards ceremony Sunday April 22nd at Osborn Park. The winning entries will be on a traveling display that will go to  several Public Libraries in Huron and Erie Counties from May 5 - June 22. The last stop will be The Monroeville Public Library June 16-22nd.

Congratulations to Evan Goodwin, and Grace Goodwin who received Honorable Mentions in the Elementary Division. Rachel Herner received Second Place in the Middle School Division. In the High School Division, Callie Rosser received an Honorable Mention, Samuel Littlejohn received Second Place, and Rudy Replogle received Best of Show.  
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Spain and Portugal Trip
There will be a school trip to Spain and Portugal (two of the most highly traveled countries in Europe!) will be next June (2019). The trip will be 12 days and we will get to see Lisbon, Seville, Granada, Valencia, and Barcelona! Please see Miss Ott in room 119 for more information and how to sign up!  Read More >
Reading Recognition

Students that earned 200+ steps of reading for the third quarter.      Read More >

February 9th Announcements
 - Tonight’s Varsity and JV Boy’s Basketball Game at Plymouth will be played as scheduled
- The Jr. High Dance scheduled for tonight has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
- The Jr. High Boy’s Basketball Firelands Conference Tournament Scheduled for Saturday February 10th has been rescheduled for Monday February 12th.
- The Varsity and JV Girl’s Basketball game scheduled for Saturday February 10th will start at 2:00pm.
- There will be no scheduled 2-Hour Delay on Monday February 12th and it will be a regular school day.
- Today’s school cancelation will be made up Monday February 19th, which is President’s Day.

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01/12/2018 Announcement
The Varsity Boys Basketball and all practices for tonight have been canceled all Junior High events scheduled for Saturday morning as well as the Junior High OMEA music event in Tiffin have been cancelled. This includes all varsity practices. A decision will be made on girls basketball game for Saturday by 10 a.m. Saturday morning.  Read More >
3rd and 4th Grade Christmas Program

Thanks to everyone who came to support our 3rd and 4th graders in their Christmas Program!    Read More >

MONROEVILLE LOCAL SCHOOLS PUBLIC NOTICE
THERE WILL BE A PUBLIC MEETING ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 4TH AT 7:00PM IN THE MAC COMMUNITY ROOM. THE PURPOSE OF MEETING WILL BE TO DISCUSS THE FAILURE OF THE DISTRICT’S PERMANENT IMPROVEMETN LEVY AND NEXT STEPS TO BE TAKEN. ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.
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Building Good Character through PBIS…. Monroeville Style!
Students are SOARing into a great year as PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) is taking flight at Monroeville Elementary and Junior High School!  Names were drawn and celebrations began as the first ever PBIS quarterly assembly took place at the end of October.  The goal of the assemblies was to reinforce and celebrate good behaviors that earned students’ Eagle Rewards the first quarter of school.  Students played PLINKO, earned prizes, and the whole student body joined in the Halloween themed Just Dance in the gym - to name a few ways kids enjoyed the event.  “The assembly is like a bonus - just one more way, to teach students that good things come from good behavior,” stated Mrs. Dellisanti, a 4th grade teacher and PBIS team member.  Even if a student’s name did not get pulled for a specific game, all you had to do was look around and feel the happiness and joy students had for one another.  “We are very proud that all staff have been extremely supportive and embraced PBIS at Monroeville.  Staff members are taking note - and the amount of Eagle Rewards that are given out goes to show what amazing kids we have in our school, ” said Mrs. Goodwin, PBIS team member.  “Good behavior equals focused learning and that what we’re about here at Monroeville.”  To find out more about Monroeville PBIS go to: http://www.monroevilleschools.org/PBIS.aspx.  Read More >
Robotics Team Visits Motion Controls Robotics Inc.

Monroeville's 7th Grade Vex Robotics Competition Team visits Motion Controls Robotics Inc. in Fremont to observe the use of robotics in manufacturing.    Read More >

Tis The Season!

School Administration and board members doing Salvation Army bell ringing at Rural King and Walmart    Read More >

Alumni Registration

ATTENTION ALL MHS ALUMNI! Please register yourself on the Alumni Association's webpage by clicking the link below so we can keep you informed of the upcoming ALL-CLASS MHS REUNION in July of 2018!!

http://www.monroevilleschools.org/AlumniAssociation.aspx   Read More >

Academic Challenge

Congratulations to our Academic Team who placed First out of 10 team at BGSU Firelands!     Read More >

Veteran's Day Ceremony
 
Each year Monroeville Local Schools have the honor of sharing our gratitute by inviting Veterans and putting on a Veteran's Day Ceremony.  Thank you to everyone who attended to make this such a heartwarming day!   Read More >
Academic Challenge
Congrats to our academic team who recently competed in the WEWS News Channel 5 Academic Challenge. Our match of Academic Challenge is scheduled to air on channel 5 January 13, 2018.
3rd Grade Book Club
Photo of the third grade book club kickoff that took place today at Monroeville Elementary. Third grade teachers modeled how to report on a book as well as what was expected when giving an oral report on a book. The students then got to pick a book of their choice that they would take home come back and do an oral report on. The teachers dressed as chefs served ice cream and cookies to kick off the event. As expected, the kids were extremely enthusiastic!
Starting A New Year
Some of our faculty preparing for the upcoming school year with a professional development session.
Winning Bid: $275
Winning Bid: $275
Al Mielcarek
Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?
Monroeville's four finalists who participated in the contest which was sponsored by the Senior Enrichment Services.
Cedar Point
Our 6th Grade enjoying the day at Cedar Point
Drug Awareness
A big THANK YOU goes out to Lavin and Tom Schwan who came and spoke to our students about the dangers of drug addiction.
Metal for Moms
Metal for Moms and a family who's life was touched by a fundraiser done by Monroeville students visted Monroeville High School to talk about community service.
Art Contest Winners
Monroeville Elementary had two first place winners in the annual Firelands Audubon Society Bird Art Contest. Winners were presented their awards at the Earth Day Extravaganza at Osborn Metro Park on Sunday April 30. Pictured are Grace Goodwin and Evan Goodwin with their award winning artwork.
Fireland's Historical Society Museum
5th graders presenting their Native American projects. Curators from the Fireland's Historical Society Museum we're here to talk to the kids about their projects.   Read More >
State Handwriting Competition
Congratulations to the State Handwriting Contest Winners.
Joan Marttala was here representing Zaner-Bloser to present the winners with their awards. Winners received a gold medallion, and a Zaner-Bloser handwriting pen, their teachers received a diamond shaped paper weight. The school was awarded with a $200. gift certificate.   Read More >
1st and 2nd Place Finishers
Monroeville's two Lego Robotics teams finished 1st AND 2nd in a local competition help at EHOVE!   Read More >
Kindness Week
On Monday, February 13th students in grades pre-k - 8th grade attended the Kindness kick off Assembly. The week of February 12-17 is devoted to showing kindness! At the Assembly students were challenged to complete over 500 Random Acts of kindness during course of the week.   Read More >
100th Day
We celebrated the 100th day of school this past week. Our students and their families worked hard to create a display with 100 items.
Eagle Umbrellas for $25.00
The Spanish Club is selling 60 inch Eagle Umbrellas for $25.00. There are two eagle logos on opposite sides of each umbrella. The proceeds go toward their trip to Costa Rica and Nicaragua in June of this year. Thank you!
Huron County Public Health: Newsletter
CLICK HERE for the Huron County Public Health Newsletter  Read More >
Santa Hustle 5K
Monroeville Teachers and Teen Leadership students braved the winter conditions to participate in the Santa Hustle 5K, Sunday, December 11th at Cedar Point. The Teen Leadership students volunteered their time to pass out candy and cookies to participants, which happened to include a group of Monroeville teachers. Santa Hustle 5K promotional races benefit the Teen Leadership Corps and Toys for Tots.
MLS Makes Following District Spending Easy!

The Ohio Treasurer's office was joined on 11/22/2016 by Monroeville Local Schools Treasurer Stephanie Hanna. Monroeville Local Schools is the second school district in Huron County to post their spending on OhioCheckbook.com.



CLICK HERE to check out our checkbook!
In the future, simply visit the Districts Treasurer's Page to find the Ohio Checkbook link.
Jumpstart to Robotics Program
    
    Monroeville is in its early stages of a Robotics Program which is currently being coached outside of school hours. A group of 6th Graders recently competed in the district's first ever robotics competition. Our team scored enough points for a second place finish out of 13 teams. Directors of the event stated that this is the best they have seen a first time competitor perform.      Read More >
Jr. High Newspaper Webpage
       
Visit the NEW Jr. High Newspaper webpage by CLICKING HERE!  Visit the MEDIA PAGE to find future articles!
Drug Prevention Parent Toolkit

To combat America's rapidly growing opioid and heroin epidemic, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Discovery Education, a provider of digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms, have announced a joint nationwide education initiative called "Operation Prevention." Designed to equip parents with knowledge and resources to begin conversations, detect warning signs and take action, the Operation Prevention Parent Toolkit includes family discussion starters, a detailed guide of warning signs and what they mean, and prevention and intervention tools that allow parents to proactively take action through research-based strategies.  

Operation Prevention Resources, which can be found at http://operationprevention.com/, seeks to educate parents and provide resources to assist parents in combatting drug issues affecting their children. 
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2016 College Fair
          
CLICK HERE to read an article on the 2016 College Fair
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