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    • Middle School's Math Club Lends a Hand

      Meadow's Middle School Math Club, led by Mrs. Alexa Knight, 8th grade math teacher, has reached out to other grade levels to provide tutoring services. Mrs. Knight coordinated with math teachers from 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades to see how her math club members could help support them. She then planned various activities for her club members to work on during their club time. On one particular Friday, some of the math club members made posters as visual aids for fourth grade math. Other members tutored 3rd grade math students on 3.0A.1 using visual aids, while still others tutored 5th grade students on one digit divisors. At the same time, Math Counts members (Knight leads this as well) worked diligently on Math Counts competition questions. Mrs. Knight stated that this is the most productive club that she has ever been a part of. She appreciates the support and cooperation of fellow staff members. This is a prime example of how here at Meadow, we work together. We are one tribe. #TribePride! #Ready2Learn! GO INDIANS!!!!!!

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    • Family Fun Night

      The night was a huge success and we'd like to thank all parents and staff members that helped out that night. 

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    • Innovative Inferencing Lesson

      On November 8th, Lisha Sholar's fifth grade students were investigators as they studied a crime scene. The students worked on inferencing and writing skills as they studied the scene and reported their findings. Sholar was dressed in a blue jump suit with the letters FBI on the back, goggles, and plastic covering on her feet. Some of the students also had FBI on their backs. All students wore blue gloves so that they would not contaminate the scene. They made notes on clipboards as they studied the scene on the other side of the caution tape. Students had a great time. Way to be innovative Sholar!

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    • Meadow Has 3 Bright Ideas Grant Winners

      On Tuesday, November 6th our staff members were presented with several Bright Ideas Grants. Mrs. Susan Brown, Technology Teacher, received a grant for $2,207 to support her STEM class innitiatives. Mrs. Amy Lee wrote a grant with the help of her kindergarten team members, Kathryn Hudson, Marjorie Barefoot, and Dana Wise. They earned $1,862 to support their efforts to engage students in exciting, relevant learning experiences about the different regions in NC. Mrs. Rhonda Langston, Media Teacher, and Mrs. Gayle Hobbs, 5th Grade Science Teacher, received $668 to support their efforts to integrate research and hands-on science experiences into their classrooms. We are so excited to see their innovative teaching and learning practices come to life!

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    • 3rd Grade CogAT Testing

      Third grade students will be taking the CogAT assessments November 27th-29th. Linked here are letters with more information: English Version Spanish Version

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    • K-5 Report Card Feedback

      Johnston County Public Schools is seeking feedback from parents and guardians on the district's new K-5 Standards Based Report Card that was sent home with students after the first nine weeks

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    • Kindergarten's Thanksgiving Program

      Our Kindergarten classes will have their Thanksgiving Program in the gym at 1:00 on Friday, November 16th. We hope to see many parents in attendance. Our students and their teachers work very hard preparing for this event. This is always a cute performance. :)

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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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