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    • Alex Lee Makes First Chair

      Congratulations to Alex Lee for making First Chair Trombone in the All County Band. This is his second year in a row making first chair! The All County Band Concert will be on February 7th at 7pm at Cleveland High School. Come out and enjoy some great music!

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    • Meadow's MathCounts Does a Great Job

      Our Meadow School MathCounts Team, led by Mrs. Knight, did very well at the competition yesterday. 5 of our students placed in the top 20 in the county. We had the most students represented out of all the other schools in the countdown round. The team of Tyler Beasley, Nate Stanley, Ben Grantham, and Alan Morales scored 4th out of 28 teams competing. Riley Adams scored the highest for our school, making 5th place out of 140 students. Well done everyone! #TribePride #Ready2Learn!

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    • 2019-2020 Leading With the Heart Recipient

      Congratulations to Ms. Wozniak, Meadow's 2019-2020 Leading With the Heart recipient. Admin suprised Ms. Wozniak and her class on Firday, Jan. 10th by having them watch a short video of students and staff stating how Wozniak leads with the heart. She was then presented with balloons. Wozniak was deeply touched. She made comments about how much her students have grown as evidenced by how well they spoke on the video. She also listed other staff members that she felt deserve the Leading With the Heart recognition. She said that she is just doing her job, teaching her kids. She is very humble, but the rest of the school community are aware of her every day efforts to not only teach her kids, but to help all students, their parents, and staff members. She has led the school in many kindness efforts, and is a true asset to Meadow School. Pictured from left: Mrs. Jones, Wozniak's Intrusctional Assistant, Mrs. Grice, principal, Ms. Wozniak, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Schott, assistant principals.

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    • Kindness Movement Pays For School Lunches

      On Thursday, December 19th Ms. Glenna Wozniak and her class presented Mrs. Penny Martin, the cafeteria manger of Meadow School, with a check for $368. This check will pay for 160 school lunches. Wozniak has been leading school-wide Kindness Challenges for the past 2 years. She has worked with her students to present other students throughout the school with letters, small gifts, and kindness messages. Meadow students in grades PreK-8 have been presented with challenges, and they have shared their acts of kindness via social media, which then entered their names into drawings for prizes such as chromebooks. Last year, one of Wozniak’s students, Zachary Choate, brought up the idea of raising money to donate to the cafeteria. He did not like that students who do not have enough lunch money have to get vegetable trays, and he wanted to help them. Wozniak brought his dream to fruition this school year. Wozniak and her class sold shirts that say “Kindness Starts With Me” to raise money to pay for school lunches. Martin was working in her office when Wozniak and her class came in and surprised her with the check. Zachary was called down to the cafeteria office as well so that he could witness the event. Wozniak asked Zachary, “how does it make you feel that your dream came true?” Zachary covered his mouth with his hands. Wozniak praised Zachary, saying “I am proud of you for thinking about other people who don’t have lunch money. You thought about how they felt, and wanted to make them feel better. That makes me feel awesome that you felt that way, so thank you Zachary.” Martin reacted by saying, “I am extremely blown away. Just so happy and pleased with the kindness and gesture that you all thought about the other kids. We don’t like to see them go without. We don’t want to see that. It’s awesome that other kids want to help kids. That is the key.” As Wozniak said, “Yes! When you can hear out of a kid’s mouth what to do to make their world better,

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    • Interested in Innovation Academy?

      Interested in Innovation Academy for your upcoming middle schooler? The Innovation Academy Open House for prospective Pioneers and their families is on Thursday, January 23rd from 5:30-6:30. Check out the video and application in the following links: https://vimeo.com/318813288 https://johnstonncc.scriborder.com/

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    • Support Our Kindness Movement

      Happy New Year! We can't wait to see everyone on Monday! If you purchased a Kindness T-shirt, please wear it on Monday. We are starting the new year off by showing our support to spread kindness everywhere.

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    • Lunch for Dec. 16-20

      Lunch Menu for Dec. 16-20: Monday - Beef dippers with roll, teriyaki chicken w/chow mein *general tso's chicken over rice when teriyaki runs out Tuesday - Walking taco, chicken nuggets, *fiestada when nuggets run out. Wednesday - Soup and grilled cheese, cheese calzone, *pizza when calzones run out. Thursday - Chicken pastry, BBQ, hushpuppies *cheesy bites when pastry runs out. Friday - Ham & cheese and pb&j.

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    • Breakfast for Dec. 16-20

      Breakfast Menu for Dec 16-20: Monday - Mini choc chip french toast, egg/cheese croissants Tuesday - Cheesy grits and sausage, pumpkin & lemon bread Wednesday - Cinn rolls, mini pancakes Thursday - Cereal, biscuit Friday - Dunkin stix, protein power box/bag Daily: fruit and juice

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    • November Menu Changes

      Menu Changes: Lunch on 11/22 will be Chicken wings with roll, cheese pizza, pb&j, baked sweet potato, carrot and celery dippers, and fruit. Lunch on 11/25 will be chicken filet, cheeseburger, soup & grilled cheese, onion rings, green beans, and oranges. When something runs out it will be replaced with cheese pizza. Lunch on 11/26 will be cereal bento box, ham & cheese, or pb&j, pickle speers, fruitables, fruit pearls.

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