Welcome to Monroe City School System!
Welcome back to school!!!
The staff of Monroe City Schools would like to wish everyone a
happy, safe end of summer! Even as students have taken some time off from the classroom, our teachers and staff have been busy
preparing great things for the 2016-2017 school year. There are always exciting things happening
across the Monroe City School System.
Monroe City Schools’ Teacher Leaders returned from the
Louisiana Department of Education Teacher Leader Summit, and they are energized
and excited about the new things they learned at the summit. They have spent many hours this summer
preparing lessons and activities to engage our students, and plan curricula for
the upcoming school year. Common assessments, scopes and sequences, and
appropriate professional developments will come after months of meetings that will
be ongoing throughout the school year.
We are looking forward to seeing how our students performed on
the state testing, and scores should be released in July. We hope to build on our growth on ACT scores. We, as a district, are also busy preparing for
students to receive more in-depth computer skills instruction in preparation for
mandatory online testing to be given Spring, 2017.
The district now has over 5000 computers, printers, and
peripherals spread across the district. In
addition, we are still providing Office 365 free of charge to all district
students and faculty as a means of improving our student-centered, engaging
After seeing the excitement during the first full week of school, it is obvious we are going to have a great school year!
Foundation for the Future – Building Today for Tomorrow!
NEW!!! - The recently approved Monroe City Schools 2016-2017 Calendar Summary is now here!
NEW!!! - To view the Monroe City School District Pre-Kindergarten Title I Guidelines, please click here. For more information please contact Jacqueline Matthews at 318-325-0601, ext. 5011.
Monroe City Schools Registration Handbooks and
Gifted/Talented Course Offerings
To find out more about the registration process or the Gifted/Talented Course Offerings in the district, please visit the appropriate link below. There is a Quicklink on each school page for your convenience, as well.
Elementary Gifted Program and Talented Art District-Wide Course Offerings
Junior High School Registration Handbook
High School Registration Handbook
In accordance with Louisiana R.S. 24:523.1, the link to the Louisiana Legislative Auditor Fraud Hotline is available here.
|Are you ready for an exciting career in the medical field? Carroll High School's Medical Magnet Program is the only medical services training offered in the Monroe City School System. Featuring programs in Introduction to Health Occupations, Medical Technology, First Responder, Certified Nursing Assistant, Pharmacy Tech, and more, the program is accepting applications NOW! Fill out the Registration Application Form and email it to Shandria Newton, Program Director, or mail/return it to CHS Medical Magnet Program, 2939 Renwick Street, Monroe, LA, 71201 by noon on July 25, 2016! Once applications are received, the director will contact applicants to schedule interviews July 27-29, 2016, from 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM. Applicants will be notified of final acceptance with further information on completing the process no later than August 5, 2016. For more details on the course offerings or program details, please visit the Medical Magnet Program Homepage.
Please note that students participating in the Medical Magnet Program must enroll at Carroll High School.
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Monroe City School District
Carroll High School Medical Magnet Program
The Carroll High School Medical Magnet Program held its annual Pinning Ceremony on Tuesday, May 3. Dr. Naomi Smith, Nurse at the St. Francis Student Health Center, spoke to the crowd before 14 students were pinned with CNA (Certified Nurse Assistant) pins and 12 students were pinned with First Responder pins.