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    • Meadow Concert Held at SJHS

      On Tuesday, May 15th, Meadow School's Band and Strings students performed at South Johnston High School. Mr. Kaufman, Meadow School's band director as well as K-8 music teacher, coordinated the event with Mr. Spell, SJHS's band director. This was a great experience for the students, as they were able to perform on stage in an auditorium. Mr. Kaufman and Mr. Spell hope to keep students inspired to express themselves musically, and to continue to participate in band when they enter high school. The strings students, directed by Mrs. Ann Tart, performed various numbers, and were followed by the middle school band. The students did a great job. We are proud of our students and the progress that they have made with their musical talents. A big thank you to the family members and friends that came to support our students at their concert - we had a large turn out. #Ready2Learn #SoJoUnited!

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    • Meadow Students' Artwork on Display at Johnston Health, Clayton

      Meadow has 13 students' artwork displayed at the artshow at Johnston Health in Clayton. On April 24, these students and our art teacher, Mrs. Penny, were recognized at a nice reception located at the hospital. The theme of the artshow is "What Makes Me Feel Safe and Happy," and is to bring awareness of the people involved in the Ad Litem program. Our students with artwork displayed in the show include: Jonathan Romero-Ramirez, Elizabeth Ayala, Gracie Creech, Ryka Heath, Riley Johnson, Kathy Mendoza-Solorzano, Alondra Sandoval-Eguia, Catherine Stewart, Destiny Whittenton, Areli Miguel, Elvira Perez-Hernandez, Dayla White, and Zavion Stanley. We are always so proud of our students' talents. We wish to express a big thank you to Mrs. Penny for always supporting our students and providing them with opportunities such as this to be recognized for their talents. Go Indians!

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    • Volunteer of the Year

      Congratulations Emma Stewart for being recognized at the Youth Volunteer of the Year Dinner. We are so proud of you! Pictured: Emma Stewart and Dr. Renfrow.

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    • Special Olympics 2018

      Our students participated in Special Olympics on Friday, April 20th. We are so proud of our students that participated as well as their Big Brothers/Big Sisters for helping out. What a great group of students!

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    • June Menu

      Please click here to view the June Menu.

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    • Menu Change for May 21st

      Menu change for lunch on Monday, May 21st: Instead of BBQ sandwiches, we will have chicken tacos. The other entree choice is still pepperoni pizza.

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    • Spring Fling Rescheduled

      We will not have our Spring Fling on Friday, 5/18 due to rain and wind. We will reschedule this event, so stay tuned for more information!

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    • Menu Changes for May 17, 18, 22, 30

      Menu Changes: May 17: Sriracha Pinto's to Coleslaw May 18: Gold Rush Juice to Zucchini Fire Sticks May 22: Inside out cheeseburger will change to Turkey and Gravy May 30: Bacon ranch salad changed to Cuban Sandwich Beef Dippers changed to Chicken Filet Spinach salad changed to Broccoli W/Cheese sauce

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    • School Lunches Available on Wednesday, May 16th

      Johnston County Public Schools will open selected school cafeterias for lunch throughout the county on Wednesday, May 16 from 11:30 until 1 p.m. to assist students who may be in need of a meal on this unplanned non-school day. Students up to 18 years of age may eat free. Students should be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Any adult meal can be purchased for $3.50. The following schools will be open: Benson Elementary Cleveland Elementary Corinth Holders Elementary Four Oaks Elementary Princeton Elementary Selma Elementary West Clayton Elementary Lunch will consist of Chicken Sandwich, zucchini fire sticks, coleslaw, fruit and milk.

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