The MCBOE is fully committed to engaging its students in quality educational opportunities, encouraging academic excellence, in a safe and orderly environment, resulting in successful life-long learners, workers, and citizens.


Educating every child for success in the 21st century. Monroe County's Public School Employees work diligently to develop motivated, life-long learners and provide them with the skills necessary to become well-rounded, productive citizens. We, as dedicated professionals, will provide developmentally appropriate services and resources in a safe and orderly environment conducive to learning. 

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Monroe County Schools News

  • Jul 1, 2024
    Kids Playing on a Splash Pad

    MCBOE Summer Learning Camps End with a SPLASH!

    Monroe County Board of Education held its Summer Learning Camps from June 3rd-June 27th.  The camps are planned according to the requirements of the Alabama Literacy and Numeracy Acts.  Students were engaged in fun instructional activities over the past 4 weeks that helped them grow in their foundational skills in both literacy and numeracy.  Additionally, students enjoyed other extracurricular activities throughout this month of learning.

    This year's Summer Learning Camps ended with a community fun day at Kid's Corner and the Splash Pad in Monroeville on Friday, June 28t for the students that met the attendance goal for the month. The fun day was made possible by the City of Monroeville and Monroe County Education Foundation .  Monroe County Board of Education would like to thank its district office staff, school administrators, teachers, support staff, parents, and community volunteers for being champions for its students this summer.  Teamwork made this year’s summer learning experience one to remember.

  • Jun 25, 2024
    3rd Grade Reading Results - Major Improvement!

    3rd Grade Reading Results - Major Improvement!

    Thanks to the hard work of our school administrators, reading specialists, and teachers at Monroe County Board of Education, 91% of our 3rd graders are on or above grade level in reading this year. This is a 17% increase from Spring 2023. We are in line with the state...Way to go, Monroe!!
    Also, the state lowered the cut score by 17 points ( from 452 to 435) for 3rd graders to be considered on or above grade level. Monroe County 3rd graders would have been at 84% in Spring 2024 if the cut score had remained at 452, which is still a 10% increase from Spring 2023. Again, we are moving in the right direction.
    Let's GO MONROE!!

  • Jun 25, 2024
    MCBOE Students Attend Space Camp

    MCBOE Students Attend Space Camp

    Twenty-two students in  sixth and seventh grades  from Monroe County Board of Education recently attended Space Camp at the Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL during their week of Spring Break. Our students were able to launch rockets, work with teammates on a Space Mission, solve design challenges, and travel to the edges of the Universe in a live planetarium show at this world famous STEM enrichment program.
    Additionally, students graduated from Space Camp at the conclusion of the week.  Students on Team IO from Monroe County won the "Outstanding Team Award".  The school system's curriculum leader and teachers worked collaboratively with Space Camp staff to plan and organize this rewarding experience for its students.
    Monroe County Board of Education is grateful for the vision of Representative Anthony Daniels, who serves as minority leader in the state House of Representatives. Thanks to his vision, our students had an experience of a lifetime where they learned valuable leadership skills. School system leaders are proud of its students for their accomplishments while in Huntsville. Pictured below are Team IO and Team Europa from Monroe County Board of Education.

  • Jun 25, 2024
    Virtual Program Option

    Virtual Program Option

    Virtual Program
    The Monroe County Board of Education will provide a virtual pathway for students in grades 9-12 via ACCESS courses. Students enrolled in the virtual program option will complete all coursework virtually from their computers. The coursework allows student scheduling flexibility to complete the course requirements.
    Students must meet the following eligibility criteria to participate in the virtual program option:

    - Own an operational home computer

    - Maintain a reliable home internet connection

    - Have an adult willing to serve as the learning coach

    - Be proficient in reading, writing, and math

    - Attend all mandatory meetings in person, including the beginning orientation meeting -All tests must be taken on campus.

    Students must meet the established attendance criteria to participate in the virtual option. Attendance and academic progress will be monitored daily by the local school staff. Students are required to attend class daily by logging into the assigned ACCESS courses.
    All quarterly and state mandated testing will be conducted at the local school. Upon satisfying all graduation requirements, students enrolled in the virtual program option will receive a Monroe County Public School System diploma.
    Students enrolled in the virtual program option are eligible to participate in extracurricular activities in the school attendance zone in which they reside, and are subject to the same requirements, including Alabama High School Athletic Association rules.

    If you are interested, please contact the school your child should be enrolled in for more information and to register.

  • Jun 25, 2024
    Home Learning Resources

    Home Learning Resources

    Home Learning Resources and Opportunities

    Click on the link below to watch a video with links to learning opportunities and resources students can do from home.
    Home Learning

    Click on the following link to get access to the folder mentioned in the video with all the resources:
    Link to Resources


July 2024