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Taxpayer Reduction
    The school district recently refinanced the school construction and improvement bonds from the Monroeville Elementary School project. As a result, the district will save $762,828 and give it back to taxpayers over the next 30 years. The district took advantage of historically low interest rates in the bond market. Taxpayers will see a reduction in their real estate tax collection as early as the 2017 tax payments.       Read More >
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Cedar Point
Our 6th Grade enjoying the day at Cedar Point
Current Bid: $250
CLICK HERE to Place Your Bid!
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.
Athletic Boosters - Help Wanted
The Monroeville Athletic Boosters are looking for new members to help provide our athletes the best possible facilities, equipment and athletic experience. If you are interested please attend their next meeting on June 5th in the MAC at 7pm.  Read More >
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 >

T.J. Mahl will be the coach for the 7th and 8th grade football teams. He has a great staff with him and they are excited to get started. He encourages all incoming 7th and 8th grade boys to come out and enjoy the experience.  Read More >
BOE Vacancy

Dear Interested BOE Applicant:

Thank you for your interest in becoming a school board member with Monroeville Local Schools. 

Please complete and return the enclosed application no later than Wednesday May 3, 2017, at 3:00pm to:

Mr. Ralph Moore, Superintendent

Monroeville Local Schools BOE Office

101 West Street

Monroeville, Ohio 44847

The Monroeville Local Schools Board of Education will conduct interviews once the application deadline has passed. You will be contacted to setup an interview time and date once applications have closed.

Please contact me if you have any questions at [email protected].


Nancy Brown, President

Monroeville Local Schools Board of Education

CLICK HERE for BOE Application
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Hall of Fame
The Monroeville Hall of Fame Committee has announced the ninth annual class of inductees. They are: George Schild – Alumni, Community Member, Ken Schafer – Alumni, Community Member, Linda Smith - Alumni, Community Member and Lt. Col. Dean Failor - Alumni

The ceremony will take place on Saturday April 22th, 2017 in the Cafeteria. Doors will open at 5:30pm with dinner beginning at 6:00. (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 2017 class of the Monroeville Hall ofFame.
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Important Dates
Spring Break April 10- April 16
FFA Banquet April 19
7th & 8th Grade Field Trip to Zoo - May 12th
Community Service Day - May 15th (Rain Date May 22nd)
Exams for Grades 7-11 May 30th & 31st
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1st and 2nd Place Finishers
Monroeville's two Lego Robotics teams finished 1st AND 2nd in a local competition help at EHOVE!   Read More >
Tickets are now on sale for Beauty and the Beast!

Performance Dates: Mar 30, 31, April 1 at 7pm
Ticket Prices: $8.00
Seating is more limited this year, so ticket sales for floor seats are limited to those families with disabilities or who are unable to climb the stairs.
Tickets may be purchased during the school day or during musical rehearsals.
Pre-Buy Carnival Game Tickets
If you pre-buy carnival game tickets or rip roarin' raffle tickets before Friday at 2 pm you will be entered to win these Nerf guns!
Winter Sports Awards Ceremony
The Winter Sports Awards Ceremony will be on Sunday April 2nd at 2pm.  Read More >
Girl's Basketball
Girl's Basketball will play in the Sectional Championship Game vs St. Paul Saturday Night at 6:15pm at Shelby High School. Go Eagles!  Read More >
Boy's Basketball
Boy's Basketball Tournament Game is at 6:15pm on March 3rd at Lexington High School  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 >
Tournament Action
The wrestlers are competing on at 4:30pm on Feb. 24 and 10:00am on Feb. 25 at Plymouth. The Girls Basketball team will be playing at 7:00pm on Feb. 21st at Shelby.

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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
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