MONROE ELEMENTARY LEA SPECIFIC LICENSES
- The following designations or levels apply to educator licenses, license areas (i.e.-elementary, secondary, special education), and content endorsements (i.e.-mathematics, music, Spanish, social studies):
- Professional: The educator has completed an educator preparation program that includes content and pedagogical knowledge. This program may have been completed at a university or in an alternate pathway that was supported by school districts/charters and the Utah State Board of Education.
- Associate: The educator is currently completing an educator preparation program, but has not yet completed all requirements for a Professional Educator License, license area, or endorsement. The educator is enrolled in a university-based or Local Education Agency (LEA)-based program. When the educator completes the program, they will have a professional level.
- LEA-Specific: The educator has not completed an educator preparation and is not currently enrolled in one
- As of 04-05-2021, this school employs educators with the following types of licensure:
- Professional License - 100%
- Associate License - 0%
- LEA-specific License - 0%
- Not USBE Qualified - 0%
- Individual educator credentials are public information and may be found here: https://cactus.schools.utah.gov/PersonSearch
Address: 40 West Center, Monroe, UT
Phone: (435) 527-4691
Fax: (435) 527-4660
Mascot: Junior Rams
School Colors: red and white
Monday – Thursday 7:30AM – 3:30PM
Friday 7:30AM - 1:15PM
Monroe Elementary was built in 1951. It has gone through several additions and remodels since then. In 2007 seven classrooms and new administrative offices were added.
Our current student enrollment is approximately 564 students. Our teacher to student ratio is 1:24. 77% of our staff have a master’s degree or higher, 55% have reading minors and 33% have reading endorsements.
Utah Senator Ralph Okerlund from Monroe sits in with the fourth grade class and teachers from Monroe Elementary School February 10 at the State Capitol Building in Salt Lake City. The students took a field trip to participate in the Senate vote on Senate Bill 41 to change the state tree to the Quaking Aspen, a process in which the students have played an integral part.
Photo Courtesy of Lori Roberts/Richfield Reaper