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    "For your convenience, we take your Cap & Gown Portraits at the same time as your Senior Portraits, but they are released in the Spring, closer to Graduation."

    FYI: If you do not want to purchase a photo package you may get your picture taken for just the yearbook at no charge. Make sure you let them know when you make your appointment.

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Parent Information

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  • Senior Picture Information

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    Monarch High School Class of 2025,

    Senior yearbook portraits are an important part of your senior year experience. Our school has teamed with Fox Mar Studios to provide the most convenient and economical experience. It is important that you schedule your appointment before things get too busy.

    Please go to www.fox-mar.com/sessions to schedule your session as soon as possible.

     


    You are your child’s first and most important teacher and your involvement is crucial to his/her success. Broward County Public Schools has the Parent Involvement Office which is available with information and resources to help you stay informed and get involved in your child's education.  

    Florida's Pledge of Parental Involvement
    "I pledge to support my child’s education to the best of my ability. I will have high expectations for my child to succeed in school and in life. I will make my child’s education a priority, and model positive actions and attitudes. I will partner with my child’s school to ensure I am informed and involved in all aspects of my child’s education and will be an active advocate for my child’s education. I understand that education is the key to success, and will do everything I can to nurture my child’s ability to learn."

    Thank you for making Broward County Public Schools your choice in education.
    BCPS is committed to providing high-quality, rigorous learning opportunities for all students. Among the many options offered by BCPS:

    • Magnet and innovative programs designed around specific themes
    • Montessori programs
    • Career and technical education programs allow students to earn industry certifications
    • Advanced academics
    • Opportunities to earn college credits while in high school
    • Virtual education
    • Award-winning music, arts, and athletic programs

    Browse this section to find helpful information about our school.


    Random Metal Detection Program

     

    Dear MHS Parents,

     

     

    The Broward County Public Schools Random Metal Detection Program has been established to prevent, deter, and curtail the introduction of weapons into our schools. Classrooms are randomly selected throughout the District to be screened through the use of a random selection model. All Monarch High School students in the selected classrooms will be subject to the screening process, which will be conducted using hand-held metal detection wands.  This process will be used at schools throughout the District at random and DOES NOT mean that there has been any threat made on the campus when the random metal detection occurs at a school.       

     

    For more information, please watch the video from Superintendent Cartwright.

    Random Metal Detection Program Message

    Thank you.

     

    Respectfully,

    James Cecil

    Principal

    Monarch High School

    Go Knights!

     

    The School Board of Broward County, Florida, prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation. The School Board also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Individuals who wish to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint may call the Director, Equal Educational Opportunities/ADA Compliance Department & District’s Equity Coordinator/Title IX Coordinator at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.


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    Breakfast & Lunch for the 22/23 school year here at Monarch High.
    Reminder that breakfast is free for everyone, lunch is $2.50. You may apply for reduced or free lunch (please see link below).
     
    Free and Reduced Lunch Program
    You may also qualify for additional programs when you apply for free and reduced lunch:
    Discounts on Before and After School Care Programs, fee waivers for SAT/ACT/PSAT exams, waivers for college application fees, discounts on internet services and other benefits.
     


     Dating Matters; Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention

    Parent training directions: Access the parent training video via this Canvas course #1430443 (Anti-Bullying).

    School Black and White Calendar

    Monarch A/B Day Black and Red Calendar


    Broward County Public Schools Mental Health Services site: https://www.browardschools.com/mentalhealthservices

    Mental Health Services

    Students at school
    • Mental health and wellness include emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Mental wellness impacts students’ relationships with family, peers, and their school performance. It affects how we think, feel, and act. Mental health also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and the choices we make. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. (mentalhealth.gov

      Mental and psychological wellness are integral to school success. School mental health services are essential to creating and sustaining safe schools and supporting engaged learners. There is a growing need for mental health services for children and youth, and schools are a natural place to provide services. School-employed mental health professionals are trained to provide services in educational settings. 

      NEED TO TALK?

      First Call for Help:  
      2-1-1
       
      Mental Health Hotline: 754-321-HELP (4357)

      National Crisis Text Line:  741741
        
      National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 9-8-8 

      Broward County Public Schools recognizes the importance of full collaboration between home, school, and community in caring for our students. It takes a village and we are all stakeholders in our students’ success. We welcome and utilize the community for support.  

      When the whole community gets involved, we move from a place of “I” as in “Illness” to one of “We” as in “Wellness!” 


    Seniors... get your picture taken for the yearbook. No purchase necessary.

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    Monarch High School Class Testing Information

    Testing Info- Class of 2023 https://tinyurl.com/Knight2023 
    Testing Info- Class of 2024 https://tinyurl.com/Knight2024 
    Testing Info- Class of 2025 https://tinyurl.com/Knight2025 
    Testing Info- Class of 2026 https://tinyurl.com/Knight2026 



  • Policy 5.9: Anti-Bullying Parent Training

    Broward County Public Schools recognizes that parents/legal guardians are an integral part of a school’s safe and respectful environment as well as their child’s success. Therefore, SBBC Policy 5.9: Anti-Bullying (Grades K-12), mandates that parents be provided access to an annual training module that educates them on the application of Policy 5.9, including how to report and intervene with suspected bullying, the bullying investigation process, as well as each student's right to appeal the investigation findings.

    PARENT TRAINING DIRECTIONS

  • Policy 5010: Dating Violence Prevention Parent Training

    Broward County Public Schools recognizes that parents/legal guardians are an integral part of a school’s safe and respectful environment as well as their child’s success. Therefore, SBBC Policy 5010: Against Student Dating Violence or Abuse (Grades 6-12) mandates that parents be provided access to an annual training module that provides awareness and prominently publicizes the provisions of this Policy.

    PARENT TRAINING DIRECTIONS

  • Agents/Consultants/Contractors/Vendors/Visitors/Volunteers Training

    School Board policies 5.9 and 5010 are applicable to any student, employee, Board member, District employee, agent, consultant, contractor, vendor, visitors, volunteer, or other person in the school or outside the school at school-sponsored events, on school buses, and at training facilities or training programs sponsored by the District. While on school grounds, these adults may be responsible for the welfare of pupils and are expected to know policy information and adhere to behavioral Policy standards. Therefore, both policies mandate trainings be made available to these parties, so they are better able to prevent, identify, respond, and report suspected bullying or student dating violence.

    DIRECTIONS

    Agents, consultants, contractors, vendors, visitors, and volunteers within a BCPS site will follow the directions below and complete the training prior to working within the school. 

    Policy 5.9: Anti-Bullying (grades K-12 and District Departments):   

    • Download this quiz and complete it as you view Broward County Public School’s Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 Staff Training video located at BCPS’s Eduvision website: https://www.eduvision.tv/l?etetDOA
    • Check the boxes on the quiz with the correct answers and submit it (electronically or via hard copy) to the school's Principal or Department Director. Retain a copy for your records.
    • To successfully complete the training module, you must score 80% (4 out of 5 correct) and sign the quiz to certify you completed the course and quiz individually.

    Policy 5010: Dating Violence Prevention (grades 6-12):   

    • Download this quiz and complete it as you view Broward County Public School’s Student Dating Violence Policy 5010 Staff Training video located at BCPS’s Eduvisionhttps://www.eduvision.tv/l?etetegy.
    • Check the boxes on the quiz with the correct answers and submit it (electronically or via hard copy) to the school's Principal. Retain a copy for your records.
    • To successfully complete the training module, you must score 80% (4 out of 5 correct) and sign the quiz to certify you completed the course and quiz individually.