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District Notice of Water Test Results Monday, August 19, 2019
This is Superintendent Moore with a very important announcement for parents, students and staff. Each year for the past 5 years Monroeville Schools has voluntarily conducted scheduled testing of the schools water. This year the test was conducted on Friday Aug 9th with results sent to the district on Friday Aug. 16th. The test results showed the district ‘s water quality was good in all areas including water fountains with one exception. The exception was the water taps in the kitchen that received a positive or bad test result for lead. 

We have been advised the bad test in the kitchen is most likely the result of the water not being used during the summer months and that once the water lines are purged the issue will be resolved. We have purged the water lines over the weekend and will have the kitchen taps retested Tuesday morning with test results by this Friday, August 23rd.

Once the new results are received I will do a ONE Call to notify parents of the result as well as post the test result on the district website. Until the water used in the kitchen is retested and cleared all cooking or dish washing will be done using bottled water or water from a different source in the building. 

Finally, I want to repeat that all sources of water as well as drinking fountains in the building are good. The only water quality issues exist in the kitchen taps due to nonuse of water during the summer months. The district will serve breakfast and lunch without interruption using bottled water and other sources of water in the building until we have a clean test result of the kitchen water taps. 

This notice will be posted on the district website for your immediate review. If you have additional questions please contact me at the Monroeville BOE office. The testing we conduct is not required but testing we have been doing for the past 5yrs to insure the safety of students and staff. We have never had a bad test in the kitchen prior to the test on Aug. 9th of this year. The Environmental Protection Agency as well as the Huron Co. Health Department have provided direction and support since the district notified them of the results last Friday.   Click Here for Consumer Notice
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2019 Start of School Information

Important School Dates and Information 


School Administration and Contact Information

=      Superintendent - G. Ralph Moore – rmoore@monroevilleschools.org

=      Treasurer – Stephanie Hanna – shanna@monroevilleschools.org

=      HS Principal – Jim Kaczor – jkaczor@monroevilleschools.org

=      Elementary Principal – Bob Butler – wbutler@monroevilleschools.org

Board of Education 

=      President – Betsy Ruggles – bruggles@monroevilleschools.org

=      Vice President – Nancy Brown – nbrown@monroevilleschools.org

=      Dan Bemis – dbemis@monroevilleschools.org

=      Melissa Allen – mallen@monroevilleschools.org

=      Mike Helmstetter – mhelmstetter@monroevilleschools.org


All School Offices Open Aug 1st

=      On August 1stOffice Hours (7am to 2:30pm daily)

=      Beginning August 19thOffice Hours (7am to 3:00pm daily)

Jr. High/High School Student Orientation

=      Thursday, August 15th

=      Time - 7th grade at 6:30pm

=      9thgrade at 7:15pm. 

District Wide Open House– Monday, August 19th(Grades k-12)

Time – 5:00pm to 6:30pm

First Day of School – Wednesday, August 21st 

=      Doors Open 7:45am

=      Breakfast Served 7:45am

=      Start 8:15am - Dismiss 2:45pm

Weather Delays 


All weather delays will be 1hr and 30min long. School will start at 9:45am when on a weather delay. 

Labor Day– Monday, September 2nd  (No School)


Student Pickup and Drop Off  (Same As Last Year)

Jr. High/High School StudentPickup and Drop Offin front of school on West Street only(Due to Bus Pickup and Drop Off at School Entrances)

Elementary Student Drop Offuse drive thru in front of school or West Street (Crossing Guard on Duty at 7:45am) Doors Open 7:45am

Elementary Student Pick Up– 2:50pm. 

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 2019-20


Lunch Prices 

K-4 $2.65

5-8 $2.85

9-12 $3.00

Adult $3.50

Milk .50

Reduced Lunch .40

Breakfast (K-12) $1.50

Reduced Breakfast .30

Breakfast Prices 


All Students - $1.50

Reduced Students - $.30


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

HS Studentsshould 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 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.  

ARC Core Success Story: Monroeville Elementary
Monroeville Elementary has been featured by American Reading Company (ARC Core) as one of their success stories.  We are so proud and honored to be recognized by them! This is the article that they released and we would like to share with you.  
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