Foundation for the Future


Building Today for Tomorrow

The Monroe City School District is committed to excellence in teaching and learning. We hold high expectations for all students, parents, and staff. We share, with our community, the responsibility for providing a safe, caring environment designed to help students become productive citizens. We pledge all available resources to help prepare students to live and work in a rapidly changing, technological society. 

2021-2022 Ready to Achieve School Operational Guidelines


As per the December 30, 2021, Louisiana Department of Education release, MCS plans to provide continuous learning for the 2021-2022 school year. Students will be offered two distinct learning modes: face-to-face, as allowed by medical and government officials, or 100% virtual.  This plan addresses the latest recommendations.

Please view the latest release from the Louisiana Department of Education (December 30, 2021) 2021-2022 Ready to Achieve! School Operational Guidelines HERE!

To view Frequently Asked Questions, click HERE!

All additional, localized questions or comments, may be sent to

Latest COVID Information for Monroe City Schools

As you are all aware, there has been a dramatic increase in positive cases of the Omicron variant of COVID in addition to the Delta variant and the flu. While we are hopeful the spread of the new variant will subside soon, we also want to be intentional about protecting our students and employees while keeping our schools open for face-to-face instruction. 

At this point, our employees and students plan to resume face to face instruction for students this Thursday, January 6th. We are asking everyone to closely monitor for symptoms of illness. If your child expresses any signs of sickness, please keep them at home. 

While we are NOT mandating masks, our schools will continue measures already in place to limit the spread of viruses. We will practice social distancing to the maximum extent possible and masks are encouraged, but optional.

We intend to continue extracurricular activities as much as possible. Mask are required on the school buses for all students and drivers/staff members.  

However, we will limit large group gatherings during the school day to minimize virus transmission opportunities. Visitors will be limited and are required to wear masks in the schools.
Additionally, the CDC has adjusted required quarantining for those who test positive. 

Here is the revised flow chart (Released) December 30, 2021) for making quarantine decisions. All other measures will remain in place regarding quarantine. 

We will continue to monitor positivity rates and address as needed. If we all work together, we will be able to continue the GREAT work of this school year!  



Please visit MCS COVID-19 Information page for updates on the district's response to COVID-19, including school reopening for 2020-21, Family Choice Virtual School, and important state and local resources.  

MCS Family Choice Virtual School Meal Pick-Up Form
MCS Employee COVID Leave Form



MCS Pupil Progression Plan

The approved version of the 2020-2021 Pupil Progression Plan is now available online for viewing. Please address questions to Dr. Cassie Owens. Click on their names to email a question.   The 2020-2021 PPP has been retained for the 2021-2022 school year as allowed by LDOE.

MCS Charter Application

The 2021 Charter School Application Process for Schools Opening in the 2023-2024 School Year or Beyond is now available online. Please visit the MCS Charter Application page for information regarding the Charter School Application process for Monroe City Schools.

MCS Registration Handbooks and Gifted/Talented Course Offerings

To find out more about the registration process or the Gifted/Talented Course Offerings in the district, please visit the appropriate link below. There is a quick link on each school page for your convenience, as well.

MCS Registration and Course Offerings Handbook

Student Handbook

MCS School Wellness Policy

The Monroe City School Board is committed to the optimal development of every student. The School Board believes that for students to have the opportunity to achieve personal, academic, developmental and social success, the School Board shall strive to ensure positive, safe and health-promoting learning environments at every level, in every setting, throughout the school year.  

To see more, please visit the School Wellness Policy page.

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Upcoming Events


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Henrietta George Board Meeting Room



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