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Physical Education

Students spend a lot of time in classrooms at school but getting outside and being active is just as important. Physical Education is mandated by the State of California. Students in elementary school are required to have 200 minutes of Physical Education every 10 days and 400 minutes in Middle School. Physical education is a combination of structured activities and lessons on nutrition and healthy living. Depending on the teacher or the provider, students participate in a variety of sports, dancing, calisthenics, and other activities to get them up and moving. 

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Professional Learning Center

Campbell Union School District's new Professional Learning Center is situated at the Monroe Middle School campus. The PLC boasts a two large, collaborative spaces that can be combined for large events or trainings. The impressive and adaptable presentation equipment allows speakers to broadcast their work without worries of compatability. The optional wireless sound system allows presenters to be heard by everyone, even in a noisy or crowded environment. For more information or scheduling use of the Professional Learning Center, please contact the front office.

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School Link Services

Monroe Middle School is supported by the School Link Services Grant.  This allows us to access community-based resources and services in support of eliminating barriers families and students experience on their journey to access education.

Ms. Maria is our SLS Liaison and she provides direct support to families in the following areas:

Food Insecurity

Housing Insecurity

Health Insurance

Mental Health Services

Dental/Eye Services

Parent/Caregiver Education

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School Opening Plan 2021-22

NOTE: For the 2021-22 school year, our school is following the district's Safe School Opening Plan, which is based on the California Dept of Public Health's "COVID-19 Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, 2021-22 School Year." For more details, please contact the school office.

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Exciting changes are coming in science as we implement the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). California has adopted a new set of standards which focus on disciplinary core ideas taught using performance expectations which will shift science instruction to a much more hands-on, project based learning approach.

Our schools have established engaging STEAM education lessons for students, and have begun incorporating design thinking into the educational experiences.

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Social Studies


State Standards for history/social studies require students to read, write, speak, listen, and use language effectively as well as develop literacy skills through literature and more complex informational texts. Emphasis is placed on developing civic awareness and responsibility, understanding global relationships, making connections between the past, present, and future, and the ability to evaluate historical and contemporary issues.

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