pdf August School Board Report by Mark Jaynes
pdf 2019-2020 School Lunch Application
DAWG HOUSE BROADCASTING
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!
pdf STUDENT TRANSFER APPLICATION
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 pdf Vacination Requirements: Please click here to view the Indiana 2019-20 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 ScholarBulldog Blessings (Food Pantry) in memory of former student Meredith KnieperBulldog 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 AcademicsA 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:
4 Advanced Placement Courses ( MHS named to College AP Honor Roll)
Keyboarding reinstated at MES
The following programs/opportunities have been added:
Summer School reinstated
Read Up this fall at MES
The Crossing for alternative education
Indiana Education License PlatesIf 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.
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
- pdf Civil Rights - Nondiscrimination Statement
- pdf M-GSD Wellness Policy
- pdf Wellness Policy Evaluation
- pdf Alcohol & Drug Free Policy
- pdf Immunization Schedule
- image Healthy Meals & Minds
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 for Kids- 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. As the new school year begins, there are some key lessons that children should learn before even beginning their first class. Parents are an integral part of a total safety program for children who travel by school bus. If your children ride the bus, here are some things you can do to help keep them safe.
- Have your children put everything they carry into a backpack or school bag so that they won’t drop things along the way.
- Attach a piece of high visibility fluorescent or reflective material to their clothing or backpack.
- Make sure they leave home on time so that they can walk to the bus stop and arrive before the bus is due. Running can be dangerous.
- Go to the bus stop with a young child and have older children walk in groups. There’s safety in numbers because groups are easier for drivers to see.
- If your child must walk in the street, walk single file, face traffic and stay as close to the edge of the road as possible.
- Don’t let your child play running games or push or shove at the bus stop.
- Make sure your child stands at least 6 feet (3 giant steps) from the road while waiting for the bus.
- If children must cross the street to the bus, remind them to wait for the driver to signal that it’s safe to cross.
- Tell your child if they drop something near the bus they should never pick it up, instead, they should tell the bus driver and follow the driver’s directions. Remind children to look to the right before they step off the bus, other drivers in a hurry sometimes try to sneak by buses on the right.
- Teach your children to secure loose drawstrings and other objects that may get caught in the handrail or door of the bus as they are exiting.
- Talk quietly.
- Be courteous to the bus driver and follow the driver’s directions.
- Keep the aisles clear.
- Stay seated for the entire bus ride.