SOARING TO NEW BEGINNINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 

Learn what Monrovia, Indiana parents want for their child’s education in this Monroe-Gregg promotional video. Monroe-Gregg might be the best kept secret in education. 


  • 2019 Educator of the Year - Mrs. Amy Swafford

    2019 Educator of the Year - Mrs. Amy Swafford

  • Middle School Students visit Washington DC

    Middle School Students visit Washington DC

  • May Students of the Month

    May Students of the Month

  • 2019 Military Recruits     #monroviastrong   #bulldogpride

    2019 Military Recruits #monroviastrong #bulldogpride

  • DAR Scholarship Winner - Lexi Reed

    DAR Scholarship Winner - Lexi Reed

  • Annual Farewell to the Students

    Annual Farewell to the Students

  • MHS Students Donating Life

    MHS Students Donating Life

  • the end of another great year

    the end of another great year

  • 2019 Math Bowl

    2019 Math Bowl



  • Congrats To This Years Newest NHS Inductees

    Congrats To This Years Newest NHS Inductees

  • Honor


    Thanks to the talent and hard work of our students and staff, M-GSD is proud to share the videos being produced here in Bulldog Nation.  The videos highlight all of the exciting things taking place daily.  From scholarships and awards, athletics to fine arts; if it's happening, you'll find it here, at DAWG HOUSE BROADCASTING.    CLICK HERE and be sure to share!

    The 2019-2020 Student Transfer application is now available.  Space is limited so apply early.

    Health and Accident Insurance
                             pdf  Waiver of Insurance - please sign & return.
    The Monroe-Gregg School District does not provide any type of health or accident insurance for injuries incurred by your child at school or while participating in school sports and/or extracurricular activities. Student insurance can be purchased through K & K Insurance Group. pdf Click here for pdf student insurance enrollment form. pdf  

    pdf Vacination Requirements:  Please click here to view the Indiana 2018-19 Required and Recommended School Immunization Schedule.

    Attention 7th & 8th grade students and parents

    The deadline to apply for a 21st Century Scholarship is June 30th. This is a great opportunity for many, please take the time to view the video  and complete an application.        21st Century Scholar

    Bulldog Blessings (Food Pantry) in memory of former student Meredith Knieper
    Bulldog Blessings is a partnership with Gleaner Food Bank, Morgan County Community Foundation, and the leadership of Monroe-Gregg School District parent, Vicki Hendricks. The food pantry will be open the third Saturday of each month from 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. Enter through door #3 of Monrovia High School.

    Committed to Academics
    A strategic plan was developed in 2013 to address needs in technology, increase focus on safety, do a better job in communications, be financially solvent, effective and efficient, plus improve and upgrade our facilities.  At the center of the plan is academics, including performing and fine arts.  In three years we have made great strides toward improvement in all pieces of the strategic plan.  A few examples of our commitment to academic programs and opportunities follow:
    The following courses have been added:
            Agriculture Science
            4 Advanced Placement Courses ( MHS named to College AP Honor Roll)
            Keyboarding reinstated at MES
    The following programs/opportunities have been added:
            TV/Video Studios
            Summer School reinstated
            Read Up this fall at MES
            The Crossing for alternative education

    Indiana Education License Plates

    If you purchase a "Read On" plate AND designate Monroe-Gregg School District or Monrovia Schools as your preferred school or foundation, the BMV will donate $25.00 to Monroe-Gregg Schools.

  •   document June 10, 2019 Board Meeting Update
    by Mark Jaynes


    MAY 13, 2019
    At the May meeting of the Monroe-Gregg School Board, the spotlight was on the recently revived Future Farmers of America program. The Monrovia FFA Chapter was one of the first established in Indiana in 1929. The program was discontinued in the late 80’s but revived 4 years ago. It features over 90 students in Middle and High School gaining experience in all aspects of agriculture. Shelby Gore directs the program and says the students are gaining experience with aquaponics, construction, small engines and welding. They earned 600 dollar from a recent plant sale. They are raising egg producing chickens to benefit the Food Pantry and they attend National and State FFA Conventions.

    In regular business, Elementary Principal Melissa York offered an update to the state mandated ILearn test which replaced ISTEP. Principal York says the new procedures made for long days of testing but was proud of her students, faculty and staff who stayed focused throughout.

    1.4 million dollars in claims were approved. Textbook and curriculum changes were adopted at the Elementary and High School. Safety Director Kyle Swafford was given the okay to apply for a 50-thousand dollar matching school safety grant. The Communication Department was given the approval to sell surplus equipment; a Common School Loan was approved for the Middle and High School and changes were made to the Auditorium rental agreement.

    In the personnel report, the resignations of Middle School English Teacher Brian Burke and Middle School Science Teacher Sierra Armour were approved, along with the resignation of High School Science Teacher David Snyder. New hires and route changes were approved within the Transportation Department. Several assistant coaching positions were finalized and the recommendations for summer employment were approved.

    Students of the month were also introduced, sponsored by the Alumni Association:
    Lincoln Blakenship and Aubrey Pierson from the Elementary
    Sam Allen at the Middle School
    Seth Wertz and Grace Beaman at the High School
    Lexi Reed was also introduced as the Daughters of the American Revolution Statewide Scholarship winner. She is the first honoree in the history of the Monrovia Chapter. 

    By:  Mark Jaynes 
  • Winter Weather is upon us.  There will be early mornings when decisions must be made about whether or not to cancel or delay the start of school.  It is rarely an easy decision and is one that is made with a great deal of thought.  The Superintendent and the Board of Education hope that school can be open every day; however, to ensure student safety, school may need to be delayed or closed some days, during the school year, due to dangerous weather and road conditions. The safety of our students is always a top priority. 

    School closings or delays will be announced to parents through our Skylert notification system. The automated message system will send out voice messages to the numbers that are listed in our Skyward Student Data Management System. Please keep us informed of any changes to your contact information. This can be done by contacting the school that your child attends.

    Information on school closings due to inclement weather will be announced on the following media outlets:
    WCBK 102.3 WISH (CW) Channel 8
    WIBC 1070 AM WXIN (FOX) Channel 59
    TPI 99.5 FM WTHR (NBC) Channel 13
    SPIRIT 95.1 FM WTTV (CBS) Channel 4
    WFMS 96.5 FM WRTV (ABC) Channel 6

  • School & Student Safety

    Monroe-Gregg School District is pleased to announce the continued enhancement of a safe and secure learning environment for our students, parents, and staff. The district has added new camera surveillance and campus security throughout the district. We believe in today’s ever changing environment, it is best to be proactive when meeting the safety challenges, needs, and concerns of our community.

    School Bus Safety - The Danger Zone
    What is the "danger zone"? It is the area surrounding the bus where children are hard to see. We want your children to be safe when they travel to and from school. Please help us by::
    1. If your student misses the bus at their regular stop, do not follow the bus to the next stop and let your child walk/run beside the bus to get on. The driver cannot see the student in the danger zone, especially if it is dark and could possibly hit them as they pull away from the stop. Take your student to school.
    2. Make children stay at least 10 feet away from the bus until they begin to enter. Children will be able to see the driver and the driver can see them.
    3. If children must cross the street to the bus they should cross the street 10 feet (five giant steps) in front of the bus where they can see the driver and the driver can see them.
    4. Warn the children that, if they drop something, they should never pick it up. Instead, they should tell the driver and follow the driver's instructions. If they bend over to pick up a dropped object, they might not be seen by the driver and could be hurt if the driver pulls away from the stop.
    5. Remind children to look to the right before they step off the bus. Car drivers in a hurry sometimes try to sneak by the bus on the right hand side.
    6. Teach your child to secure loose drawstrings and other objects that may get caught in the handrail or door of the bus as they are exiting.
    7. If you meet your child at the bus stop after school, wait on the side where the child will be dropped off, not across the street. Children can be so excited at seeing you after school that they may dash across the street and forget the safety rules.

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Monroe-Gregg Mission

The Mission of the Monroe-Gregg School District is to Provide An Appropriate Educational Program and Learning Environment Which will Effectively Meet the Educational Needs of its Students; Help its Students Accomplish Educational Goals Which are Significant, Durable, and Transferable.