2236 E. Eleventh
Stockton, CA 95206
Fax: (209) 948-2648
Mary Lou Rios, Principal
Brianna Carroll, Program Specialist Erin Metcalf, Counselor
Grades K-8: 7:50 am - 1:50 pm
Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:30pm
"At Monroe, all students will learn and reach their maximum potential in a safe and caring environment. We provide a solid foundation of knowledge, values, and skills to ensure students will become successful, productive members in an ever-changing world."
At Monroe Elementary School we strive to create a welcoming, caring, and safe environment that motivates and inspires our students to meet their full academic and personal goals. Our staff is dedicated to teaching rigorous standards using collaboration, creativity, and technology. We respect the needs and opinions of all stakeholders. Through these relationships, along with persistence and dedication, we will prepare our students to be college and career ready.
News and Announcements:
First Day of School!
Families, we hope you are all having a wonderful summer! Our first day back will be Tuesday, August 11th. Doors open and breakfast will be served starting as early at 7:30. Class starts promptly at 7:50.
Starting the second week of school ALL students (yes, this means our Kindergartners too) will begin taking a computer adaptive assessment to help prepare our teachers for the upcoming school year.
This test is NOT used for report card grades, but rather a way to help teachers gauge where your student is on a learning continuum. Ways to help your student prepare for this assessment is familiarize them with a computer and using a mouse. They will need to be able to click on items, click and drag items to different parts of the screen, and know to click the next button when they are ready to move on to the next question.
Help your child by having them take the practice test over the summer to familiarize them with the format. We greatly appreciate your continued support in your child's education.
Bridges to 4th Grade
Mr. Benavides class spent several weeks on project based learning themed around bridges. This was a multi-subject research based on language arts, math, bridge building, science, art and history.
The class implemented art concepts and math calculations such as geometry which teaches length and height, as well as concepts of symmetry and congruency. This was a great opportunity to have a “hands on” experience for the students and apply what they had learned at the time.
Bridges to 4th Grade