Monroe Elementary School

More about this school

  • School Type

    Elementary School, K-5
  • Estimated Enrollment

    546
  • Principal

    • Thor Boucher
  • Hours

    Mo - Tu: 8:40 am-2:55 pm
    We: 8:40 am-1:40 pm
    Th - Fr: 8:40 am-2:55 pm
  • School Tour

    No in-person school tour due to COVID safety. Video tour will be available soon.

  • Uniforms Policy

    Monroe does not require school uniforms, however, we do follow SFUSD's Dress Code policy.
  • This School Feeds Into

  • Neighborhood

    Excelsior
  • School Meals

    Breakfast, Lunch, After School Supper
  • School Code

    729
Overview
  • About Monroe Elementary School

    Monroe is a diverse school located in the Excelsior district that hosts three language programs serving children from many linguistic backgrounds around the city. We offer an English Language Development, a Chinese Bilingual, and a Spanish Immersion program. At Monroe, making social justice a reality means that Monroe is a safe place where students, parents, and teachers are engaged in open, honest discussions about the academic progress and the emotional well-being of our students, as well as our shared vision of success for Monroe's students. Our goal is to provide all students with a well rounded, nurturing, academic education that allows them to be safe and successful at Monroe and in their future academic endeavors. Monroe is focused on providing high quality teaching and learning for historically underserved populations and works hard to ensure academic equity for the various populations enrolled at Monroe Elementary School.

    At Monroe, teachers know their students and base their lessons on students' strengths, needs and interests. They don't just know students' names, but their learning preferences, the knowledge they bring to each task and their families' backgrounds and cultures. We believe that our job is to ensure that all students develop high academic vocabulary and standards based skills, are able to navigate complex social situations and embrace the diversity of their community. We believe that educational success is the collective responsibility of students, teachers, school staff, and families. Monroe students are the students of all staff, not just their classroom teacher. We keep our promises to our community through the variety of committees and cross-cultural opportunities that are open to families.

Programs
  • Before School Programs

    • Optional breakfast at 8:10 a.m. that is free to all Monroe students.
      • Yard supervision begins at 8:25 a.m.
  • After School Programs

    • Rec & Park
      • Boys and Girls Club
        • Contact Addy Green at monroefcp@sfusd.edu for more information
  • Language Programs

    • Cantonese Biliteracy Program
    • Spanish Dual Language Immersion
  • Special Education Programs

    • Resource Specialist Program Services
    * Speech/Language Therapy
  • School Day Academic Enrichment

    • English literacy interventionist
    • Library
    • Mission Science Workshop program
    • Spanish literacy interventionist
  • Arts Enrichment

    • Artists in Residence
    • Dance
    • Drumming
    • Instrumental music
    • Music program
    • Performing arts
    • Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) Teachers
  • Student Support Programs

    • Family liaison
    • Family support specialist
    • On-site nurse
    • Social worker
School Data

Application Data

General education entry grade seats per application: 11%
  • School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

    School Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) are required by state law and are intended to provide families with important information.

  • School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

    School communities gather twice a year to review data and previous actions in order to intentionally plan for the coming months. The School Plan for Student Achievement is the template on which this review and stakeholder engagement process is codified.

  • Social-Emotional and Culture Climate Report

    SFUSD annually surveys families and school staff on a range of school climate indicators that have been found to predict positive student academic achievement. The social-emotional learning of students in grades 4-12 is also assessed.

  • 2018-2019 School Accountability Highlights

    Published annually by SFUSD to provide access to key data points and three-year trends related to student achievement and school culture-climate. The highlights are available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Filipino, and Vietnamese.
  • 2018-2020 Balanced Scorecard (BSC)

    A two-year plan each school creates with families, students and community members that details the school's goals and priorities.
Contact Info

Monroe Elementary School

Grades K-5

260 Madrid Street, San Francisco, CA 94112

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8:25 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.