Monroe Middle School

School News

Updated Fri, Sep 15th
As we finish our second full week of school, our students have begun to make connections with each other and our amazing staff.
Middle School is a time when students and families have a lot of new questions.  For many, this is the first time at a new school in six to seven years.  
For others, they are experiencing the expected and yet still challenging changes of becoming a teenager.
We want to make sure that we can be here to help.  If you would like a chance to talk with a school counselor please use our Non-Urgent Counseling Referral.  If you see something or hear something at school or online that worries you please use our MMScares or Quicktip Links to make a report.  MMScares and Quicktip reports do not require you to include your name in the report.
No matter where you ask your question or share your concern we will make sure that the right person is there to respond.

Non-Urgent Counseling Referral

To view the update, click the link below:

Updated Wed, Aug 30th

Please view the flyer below for more information for Willy Wonka Jr.

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Updated Tue, Jul 11th
New Student and 6th Grade Orientation is August 15, 2023, at 5:30 pm
If you need some assistance this summer:
If this is a non-emergency, you may also call and leave a confidential voicemail at (408) 556-0360 ext: 5050. For Enrollment please contact the district office (408) 341-7267.

If this is an emergency, you may call the following agencies for support:

  • Santa Clara County Mental Health Urgent Care: Ph. 408-885-7855  located at 871 Enborg Court, SJ, Unit 100. They are open daily 8 A.M.–10 P.M. They offer out-patient psychiatric care for patients who are uninsured or have Medi-cal/Medicare. No appointment is needed.
  • Santa Clara County Mobile Crisis Response Team: 1-800-704-0900 Press 2- (available 24/7)
  • Pacific Clinics Mobile Crisis: (877) 41-CRISIS: (408) 379-3790 The Uplift Mobile Crisis Team provides 24-hour intervention to children and teens in the community who are in acute psychological crisis. Included is a 5150 assessment along with safety planning and referrals to community-based mental health services.
  • Santa Clara County Suicide & Crisis Hotline: 9-8-8 (available 24/7)
  • Below is a link to services available through Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Department:
Updated Fri, Jun 16th

Please open the link below for more details about our Promotion Ceremony. Congratulations 8th Graders

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Updated Mon, May 29th

Tzu Chi Foundation will be providing Medical Services on June 25, 2023.  By appointment only. Please check the flyers attached for more information.

Updated Wed, May 10th

Our students will begin their spring state testing in May.  8th grade students will begin with the California Science Test starting May 1st.  Students in grades 6-8 will begin their English Language Arts and Mathematics testing on May 8th and that runs through May 19th (excluding Wednesdays).  It is very important that during these days families do their best to make sure students are at school every day and schedule appointments outside of the school day.  Please check the complete schedule attached.


Updated Tue, May 9th

Come and join the meeting at Caslemont Elementary School

Please see the flyer below for more information.

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Updated Wed, May 10th

Encourage your Students to participate in College and Career Awareness Week. 

This week we have many activities students will be able to participate in and join in conversations about plans to go to college.

Updated Thu, Aug 17th

We want to Celebrate YOU
All Volleyball Girls & Soccer Boys

Who: The Girls Volleyball and Boys soccer season has now come to an end. We had a hard season this year and everyone played their heart out. Congratulations!

What: To celebrate all your hard work, we would like to invite you to a sports celebration. Coaches will recognize student athletes for their hard work and dedication to the game. The athletic department will be bringing pizza and drinks. Bring some extra shoes as we will be playing one last time the game that you enjoy!

When: Thursday April 6 from 3:00- 4:30pm. In the covered area and gym.

We are asking for a minimum of $5 dollar donation to cover the cost of food. If you would like to donate more all extra proceeds will help our athletic department in purchasing equipment, uniforms, and paying coaches. Cash or check made out to Monroe Middle School.

Bring your CLEAN uniform OR you can turn in to Ms. Parrott at any time.

[Wednesday, Apr 5 at 12:26 PM]

Don't forget tomorrow we will have our sports celebration!

Updated Wed, Apr 12th

Spend an afternoon doing puzzles and games (and learn some math too…).


Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival.                      

Monroe Middle School-Multi-Purpose Room         
Thursday, April 6.                                                      
6:00 pm-7:30 pm     
Please sign up to attend the Monroe Math Festival Registration.  

Bring your families and explore math in a collaborative atmosphere. Choose a table with a puzzle or game, and see if you can solve it before moving to the next table. The activities can be enjoyed by kids as young as kindergarten and as old as adulthood! All are welcome!