All Spaces

Advanced Band

Advanced band is Monroe's top musical ensemble and is open to 7th and 8th graders. Students give many performances during the year and it is a fast paced, fun, and intense class. Participation in the class is open to students that prove their readiness in class or by audition at the beginning of the year.

**(Mr. Mason’s Recommendation Necessary)

Request group membership


Spend the year exploring your creative side.  Students will have the opportunity to look at and make art, applying techniques and skills using different materials.  During the year, students will study the elements and principles of design.  We will think about, talk about and make judgments on works of art, including our own.  Critiques are in both verbal and written forms.

Request group membership

ASB/Student Council

Associated Student Body (ASB) members are democratically elected class officers that help oversee campus events. MMS ASB consists of four elected officers: president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. Each 5th period class elects a representative to attend meetings.

ASB works with our Leadership Teacher Ms. Parrott to guide planning for school spirit activities, dances, and other social and awareness events.

Congrats to our newly elected 22-23 ASB Officers:

President-Rayce Snyder

Request group membership


Monroe Middle School offers competitive sports for boys and girls. The sports offered are wrestling, cross-country, soccer, volleyball, track and field, and basketball. Sports try-outs are advertised at school and on the morning announcements. 

Competitive sports at Monroe Middle School promote teamwork, inspire leadership, and improve overall physical health. Participation in our school athletics program adheres to non-discrimination laws and Board Policy 0410.*

Sections: Forms
Request group membership


The purpose of AVID (Grades 7 & 8) is to prepare students for success in high school and college. The course has strict qualifying standards, and helps students by teaching study and organization skills, strengthening writing skills, provides tutorial help via college tutors, builds leadership potential, teaches students to work collaboratively, and provides kids a glimpse at college applications and college life.  Guest speakers share their secrets to success, and students tour Bay Area colleges.  This is a class that will most definitely set students on a successful path.

Request group membership


Music energizes and enlivens learning.

We look forward to being able to resume these and other enriching opportunities when pandemic restrictions are lifted.

Monroe Middle School offers beginning, intermediate, and advanced band courses, and students have the opportunity to try a variety of instruments. Also, the MMS band performs in several afternoon events, local community parades, and regional competitions.  They are graded on a range of musical elements, including instrument practice, playing tests, written tests, daily participation, and performances.

Request group membership

Beginning Band

Beginning Band is for students interested in learning and playing an instrument, including the flute, clarinet, oboe, saxophone, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, french horn, baritone, tuba, and percussion (drums).  There is absolutely no experience necessary.  Beginning Band will participate in several concerts at Monroe and the Campbell Heritage Theater.

Request group membership


At the corner of Monroe and Williams, you will find a nice little school called Monroe Middle School. On our school campus you will find:

50 classrooms

Gymnasium/event center



Cafeteria/multipurpose room

Cover eating area for 200 plus students

Wellness Room

La Casita (Family Resource Center)

School garden

Request group membership


Clubs provide students an opportunity to develop their interests alongside peers and teachers. These student-based organizations generally meet during school hours, but may have extra-curricular components, so keep an eye on the calendar.

Request group membership

Core Academics

New ideas. New concepts. New skills.

Educating students to their highest potential. That is our mission.

Grades 6 through 8 is when our students explore core subjects more deeply and discover new interests and skills that may continue through high school and beyond. Our teachers provide strong core academic instruction through their broad knowledge of the subject matter, standards-based curriculum, and creative lesson design. 

Request group membership

English Language Advisory Committee

The ELAC committee is comprised of parents and caregivers of students who speak English as a second language and are still acquiring English.

The Committee provides feedback to the LCAP and Comprehensive Safe School Plan.  Additionally, ELAC meetings cover educational topics like Attendance, ELPAC, Designated ELD, and Social Emotional Learning.

All families who have students who receive EL instruction at school are welcome to attend.  Additionally, the committee has a board that helps plan and facilitate the meetings.

2022-2023 ELAC Dates:

Request group membership