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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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    • Meadow's Musical Talent

      Meadow's Musical Talent -- On Saturday, March 17th, Meadow's Musicians Alyssa Tart (7th grade), Reid Martin (6th grade), and Alex Lee (6th grade) performed in the UNC Pembroke Honor Band. Mr. Kaufman, our band director, was also present to show support for these students. Alyssa Tart plays the clarinet, and both Reid Martin and Alex Lee play trombone. This was an amazing experience for these fine young adults. They did a great job, and we are very proud of them. Pictured, left to right: Alyssa Tart, Reid Martin, Alex Lee

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    • Franklin the Turtle Visits Meadow

      On Friday, March 16th, Franklin the Turtle visited Meadow School. Franklin read the story "Franklin in the Dark!" to our Kindergarten students, and also visited some of our other classrooms. Our students were excited to see Franklin, and inspired to continue reading every day. This was a great addition to our month long reading incentive. We also had a school-wide Drop Everything And Read event, a Groovy Book Fair, and a Dance Party reading incentive. Meadow Indians are #Ready2Learn!

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    • Mrs. Langston, Meadow School's Employee of the Year

      Mrs. Langston has been chosen as Meadow School's Employee of the Year. Johnston County Public Schools recognized Employees of the Year from each school at Facility Services in Smithfield on Thursday, March 15th. We are very proud to have Mrs. Langston represent our school at the event. She does an amazing job supporting teachers through Media classes, providing resources, assisting with technology, organizing special events, writing grants, and so much more! She is an Innovative Meadow Indian!

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    • Notes of Encouragement

      It's just about EOG time! Share a note of encouragement with a special kiddo. Please click the link below to submit your note. Thank you for your support! https://goo.gl/forms/iWxXmBflSwCCpg3v1

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    • Band Recruitment Meeting

      Band Recruitment Meeting for all interested 5th and 6th graders and their parents will be on Tuesday, April 17th from 4-6. It will be a floating meeting. We hope to see you there!

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    • Menu Change for 3/15

      Lunch for March 15th Cuban Sandwich Chicken Filet Coleslaw Zucchini Apples Asst.Milk

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    • All After School Activities Cancelled

      All after school activities are cancelled for today, Monday 3/12. We do not have the make up game dates at this time. After school care will close by 5:30.

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    • School Security

      We are constantly seeking to improve the safety measures at Meadow School. Our goal is to keep staff and students as safe as possible. Beginning Monday morning our school will remain locked throughout the day, including the front entrance. If your child is tardy, please walk him/her to the front door. Parents dropping off/picking up students for before and after school care may do so at the cafeteria door in the back circular drive.

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