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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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    • FFA Banquet

      On Tuesday, May 15, Meadow School held a banquet to honor the FFA students. Mr. Honeycutt, the FFA teacher, invited parents and community members to join in the great feast and to show support for the students. FFA members led the group in opening ceremonies, both Mr. and Mrs. Honeycutt gave speeches, and students received awards. The students were recognized for their achievements from different FFA events held throughout the school year. Mr. Honeycutt took students to locations throughout the state to compete against other schools. This is the first year Meadow has restarted their FFA program, and it has been a huge success. We look forward to further progress and achievements in this program, and we are excited to have this opportunity for our Meadow Indians.

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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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    • Fall Athletic Pictures

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

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    • Game Cancellation

      The soccer and volleyball games scheduled for Wednesday, 9/12 are postponed. We will let you know when it is rescheduled for. Volleyball will practice until 5pm on Tuesday, 9/11. Volleyball practice has been cancelled for Wednesday.

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    • Fall Sports Dates/Times

      Football will begin off season workouts Aug 6th from 5pm to 630pm. Practice begins Aug 20th 4:30pm to 6:30pm. Volleyball try outs begin Aug 20th. There will be workouts on Tues. Aug 14 and Thurs. Aug 16 from 4-6 each day. Coach Kim Peacock will be working with the team. Times will be 4pm to 6pm. Soccer try outs begin Aug 20th 4;30pm to 6pm Cheer try outs also begin Aug 20th 3:30pm to 5pm. Practicing will all be after school once school begins. End times for school day will be announced by the coaches. Parents meeting will be Aug 23rd at 7pm in the gym. All parents should attend.

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    • Fall Sports

      Football workouts begin Aug 6th, but are optional from 5-6:30, on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Starting Aug 20th, football practice begins 4:30-6:30 Mon-Fri. When school starts, practice will be after school. All other sports, practice begins Aug. 20th

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    • Summer Hours

      Summer Hours for June 25-August 9th: Mondays-Wednesdays 7:00am-5:30pm Thursdays 7:00am-5:00pm *Closed July 4th

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