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Upcoming Events

2019-2020 PTA Executive Board

At the May 13 PTA General Meeting the 2019-2020 Executive Board was elected.  We are pleased to announce the PTA Executive Board and Supporting Positions next year.
Please look for ways you can join and support your Monroe PTA in the fall.
2019-2020 PTA Executive Board
President:  Andreea Singh
First Vice President--Fundraising: Keri Mackey
Second Vice President--Membership:  Tiffany Hayes
Secretary:  Sandra Ross
Treasurer:  Shannon Silva
Financial Secretary:  Alex Ramirez
Auditor:  Heather Hunt
Historian:  Michele Goetowski
Parliamentarian:  Eleanor Castillo Sumi


Appointed and Other Positions
  • Family Fun Night (TAILGATE PARTY) Co-Chairs:  Valerie Rountree, Emily Winters, Andreea Singh
  • 8th Grade Promotion Party Co-Chairs:  Sandra Ross, Valerie Rountree
  • Volunteer Coordinator:  Michele Goetowski, Dolores Solares, Alma Dominguez, Beatriz Ortega
  • Website Coordinator:  Debbie Eitner
  • Communications:  Michele Goetowski, Admin Team
    Teacher Appreciation Week Coordinator:  Shannon Silva, Andreea Singh, Sarah Johnson, Ms. Fran and Andreea Singh for Welcome Lunch

For more information on PTA, please use our website. 

International Night May 17, 2019

Join us on May 17, 2019 for our second annual International Night here at Monroe Middle School.

Event time: 6- 8:00pm

Location: Monroe Middle Main Quad 

Wellness Week: May 13-17

Monroe Middle School will be celebrating our inaugural Wellness Week during the month of May. The month of May is nationally known as Mental Health Awareness Month. In recognition we have scheduled a variety of activities around social/emotional wellness and mental health May 13-17 (see below). 

Wellness Week Events:

5/13 at 8:30am:Teens impulsive decision making around drugs and decision making.

5/15 at 8:30am: Mental health presentation 

5/15 at 6:30pm: Emergency Preparedness- Free dinner, Raffle prizes (Gift cards and Earthquake tickets

5/16 at 8:45am: Coffee with the Principal: Vaping presentation in the cafeteria

5/16 at 6-7:00pm: Managing Stress 

5/16 at 7- 8:830pm: Yoga and Zumba

5/17 at 6-8:00pm: International Night: Food,  Family Activities and Performances 

Leadership Changes for 2019-20 Announced

Message from the Superintendent

Dear Monroe Middle School Families,

Educating students to their highest potential is job one for all of us in Campbell Union School District. As we work toward successfully completing this school year, we also are looking ahead at how to provide the best support to students in the next school year.

When school begins on August 22nd, Monroe will have a new administrative team. Mr. Rodriguez has accepted an administrative position at Rolling Hills Middle School, and Castlemont Principal Eric Brown and Assistant Principal Catherine McAvoy will join Assistant Principal Veronica Flores in leading Monroe’s programs for students, staff, and families.

With more than 25 years of experience as a school administrator and educator, Principal Brown is known as a strong instructional leader who is committed to providing excellent learning experiences for students. As Monroe’s new Assistant Principal of Teaching and Learning, Ms. McAvoy brings more than 18 years of experience to the post, with strengths in curriculum development and instructional leadership. Both Mr. Brown and Ms. McAvoy have previously worked at Monroe. Completing the administrative team is Ms. Flores, who will continue as Monroe’s Assistant Principal of Social-Emotional Learning.

We believe these administrators will create a strong and effective team committed to continuing the great programs at Monroe, elevating the school experience for students, staff and families, and preparing our future graduates for the challenges of a yet-to-be-defined future.


Shelly Viramontez, Ed.D., Superintendent


Order Your Yearbook Now!

Yearbooks are available to be ordered for the 2018-2019 school year! 
ALL yearbooks are ordered online.  If books are ordered soon, they will be delivered to school for distribution in June.  Books ordered past the delivery date, will require a shipping fee and can be sent to your home. 

Click here to access the website.  Enter our school code:  1013402154572370 and order your softcover, or upgrade to a hard cover yearbook.   You CAN pay by check, just click on the payment method drop down menu and choose "check".  Credit cards and debit cards are also accepted.

 There will be NO individual yearbooks for sale in June - all orders are online.