Pen, paper offer students judge-free zone

Writing is one of the best creations of mankind, in my opinion. We can write to talk to our friends; we can write to tell stories, tell our opinion, or express who we are and what we stand for. Writing is everywhere and can be used in so many... READ MORE »»

The Book of Life takes whole family on colorful fantasy

Skyler Prevenas, senior           The Book of Life, out in theatres Oct. 31, came with an explosion of color and fun, which is enjoyable for the whole family. The Book of Life is an animation movie featuring the Day of the Dead, or Dia... READ MORE »»

Monroe falls just short in playoffs

The underdog Monroe pushed hard against Saline Friday at the Division 1 District final, but came up just shy of a win with a final score of 22-28.  Although Monroe had an impressive first half, the team trailed 28-14 late in the fourth quarter... READ MORE »»

After school tutoring uses new Learning Commons as home for successful program

To start another successful year, Monroe High has created a learning commons, formally known as the Media Center. There are many events taking place in the Learning Commons, including the new after-school tutoring program, which has kicked off... READ MORE »»

Chrome books replace ACERs

Monroe High School rolled out a new set of chrome books for the students and faculty to use this fall. Each cart is equipped with 34 chrome books. Each carts will be shared among three to four teachers, and there will also be a couple carts... READ MORE »»

Round one equals success

Monroe Trojans won its opening round of Division 1 state playoffs against Dearborn Friday, Oct. 31, with a home field advantage, finishing with a score of 47-15, the first playoff triumph since 2001. The Trojans had its first points of the night... READ MORE »»

Varsity soccer makes regionals

Monroe High Schools varsity soccer team got an official word they will advance to districts against Woodhaven on Oct. 17 at home. The team normally makes districts so the consensus was they were not surprised. The players said they are excited... READ MORE »»

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