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    • Alejandro Gomez Recognized at Board of Education Meeting

      On October 9th, Alejandro Gomez was recognized by the Board of Education for being the prime example of showing perseverance. Ms. Crystal Roberts, Chief of Communication and Engagement, read the short essay about Alejandro's great character and the trials that he has overcome with great perseverance and positivity. Dr. Ross Renfrow, Superintendant of JCPS, as well as the board members, shook his hand. Mrs. Sonya Grice, Principal of Meadow School, and Mrs. Malinda Turnage, a teacher, were present to show support for Alejandro. We are proud to have Alejandro in our Meadow Tribe! roberts renfrow Alejandro next to Crystal Roberts as she reads a short essay about his character. Dr. Renfrow shakes Alejandro's hand.

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    • Meadow Lends a Hand to Union Elementary

      Meadow School's Beta Club, under the direction of teacher Gayle Hobbs, organized a supply drive to help those hit hard by Hurricane Florence. Susan Brown, another teacher at Meadow, worked along side Mrs. Hobbs and the students as they recruited volunteers to donate supplies. Lowe's Home Improvement out of Clinton, Parker Gas, Johnson's Transmission in Dunn, Advance Signs in Angier, private donors, local churches, parents, and staff members all provided donations to make this event a success. Donations were sorted into 150 five gallon buckets donated by Lowe's. Each bucket was filled with peanut butter jars, cans of corn, cans of green beans, rice, Chef Boyardee cans, boxes of pop tarts, combs, toothbrushes, wash cloths, and travel deoderant. Teachers and students worked long hours during and after school to organize the donations. On Friday, October 5th, students even came to school on a teacher workday to help finalize packing the buckets, load the truck, and deliver the goods to Union Elementary, located in Sampson County. union elem Students and staff from Union Elementary with some Meadow Beta Club members, Mrs. Grice, principal, and Mrs. Hobbs, teacher and Beta Club Leader. beta club Beta Club Members that came on the staff workday to finish the buckets, load, and deliver them.

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    • Fill the Buckets!

      Meadow School has partnered with Union Elementary School outside of Clinton, NC. Union Elementary was hit hard by Hurricane Florence. We want to help out and make a difference. We are collecting itmes up to Friday, October 5th. The photo here lists food items and toiletries that are needed. If you can help by sending any of these items to school with your child, that would be wonderful. The Meadow School Beta Club will organize the donated supplies. Thank you so much for lending a hand! #meadowstrong

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    • Meadow Welcomes Back Students

      Meadow School staff worked hard during their last work day, and even over the weekend leading up to the first day of school to make sure that students felt welcomed. The Meadow Fire Department even stopped by, with their fire truck, and joined in the fun by drawing on the front sidewalk. Staff created many welcoming pictures and messages using sidewalk chalk around the school building. They also added joyful statements to windows and decorated the hallways - which were adorned with streamers, banners, balloons, beach balls, lights, garland, and more. To top it all off, there are large "Tribe Dreams" banners displayed at the front entrance and bus entrance, on which students can jot down what their hopes and dreams are. Meadow School hopes to insill a love for learning in each student, and truly cares about every individual. It is going to be a great year. "Every Student Counts, Every Moment Matters"

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    • Red Ribbon Week

      The week of Oct. 21st is Red Ribbon Week, which is a special week celebrated each year during the last full week of October. The purpose of Red Ribbon Week is to bring awareness to the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, and to encourage good decisions and healthy lifestyles. Help show your support for awareness to the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs: Tuesday, October 23: Wear Red Thursday, October 25: Put a Cap on Drugs (Wear caps/hats)

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    • Menu Changes for Monday, 10/15

      Menu Changes for Monday, 10/15: breakfast will be Breakfast Pizza Boat or Grape filled Crescents, fruit/juice. Lunch will be 4 cheese pizza, pepp pizza, or fiestada pizza with broc salad or baked sweet potato & fruit.

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    • Fall Sports Schedule Update

      Many games have been rescheduled due to inclement weather. Here is the most recent schedule, including make up games: Current Fall Sports schedules VB and Soccer Oct 10th Princeton at Meadow Oct 15th Meadow at Neuse Charter Oct 17th Four Oaks at Meadow Oct 18th Neuse at Meadow Oct 23rd Meadow at Princeton Oct 24th Meadow at Benson Oct 31st Meadow at Selma Football Oct 11 Selma at Meadow (most likely will have to change) Oct 18 Meadow at Four Oaks

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    • Free Breakfast and Lunch for the Month of October

      Our school district is included in the Presidential Declaration of Disaster, which means that ALL students will be provided with FREE breakfast and lunch throughout the month of October, as a result of damages sustained by Hurricane Florence. Students will still need to pay for extra items such as chips and cookies.

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    • Fall Athletic Pictures

      Fall athletic pictures will be taken after school on Tuesday, September 25th.

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