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  • Mrs. Skoczylas Earns Super Teacher Award

    Mrs. Skoczylas earned the first nine weeks Super Teacher Award for Outstanding Service and Dedication. Mrs. Skoczylas works tirelessly on creating engaging lessons in the classroom, and collaborating with other teachers and parents. She also leads the School Improvement Team and participates in school culture activities to brighten students' and staff members' days.

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  • Girl's Basketball Shows Christmas Spirit

    Meadow's Girls Basketball Team prepared goody bags for a local nursing home in Four Oaks, NC. They are coached by Mrs. Susan Brown and assistant Cindy Biggerstaff.

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  • Great Turn Out at Retiree Luncheon

    Thank you to all of our beloved retirees who came to our Retiree Luncheon. We love you and hope you enjoyed your lunch and time together. We would also like to thank our school's social/climate committee for organizing the event, and our Beta Club Members for helping set up and serve.

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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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  • Global Awareness Activity

    Mrs. Garcia's 3rd grade Spanish class made contact with a bilingual private school called "Boston" in Aguascalientes, Mexico. Mexican students and their English teacher were explaining the Day of Dead traditions to our 3rd grade students in the Spanish class. Our students explained and shared what they have learned about the Day of the Dead. The students loved it!

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  • Family Literacy Night Learning & Fun

    On Thursday, 11/1 Meadow School held a Family Literacy Night for PreK-8th grade students and their families. Mrs. Rhonda Langston, media coordinator organized the event with the help and support of school staff members. Mrs. Johni Penny, art teacher, worked with her students to decorate the school's halls in a super hero theme. The super hero theme was included in events for the students, with K-4 's theme being "Reading is Our Super Power," and 5-8's theme being "Be the Hero, Crack the Code." People came dressed as super heroes, and students got to pose for pictures with super hero props. Students were engaged in book tastings, campfire readings, creating comic strips, escape room breakout missions, and more. Younger children went home with books to keep. K-4 parents attended an informational meeting in which they gained many great literacy tips and a technology resources to use. 5-8 parents and students attended an informational meeting in which they learned about cyber bullying and internet safety. It was a great night, enjoyed by all who attended.

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  • Moore Wins Teacher Pioneer Grant

    On Thursday, 11/1 Moore was surprised to learn that she won the Ignite 2018 Teacher Pioneer Grant. She had applied for the grant to support her Expedition Plan to implement a Random Acts of Kindness campaign at Meadow School. She plans to incorporate technology into teaching her students about accepting others, and having her students use technology as they practice random acts of kindness throughout the school. The students will then try to get others in the school to "pay it forward" by implementing a kindness pledge, and engaging in random acts of kindness. Moore hopes to recognize students for their acts of kindness, and this grant is going to help support those efforts.

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  • Hispanic Parent Night a Success

    On Tuesday, October 23rd, Meadow had their first Hispanic Parent Night for the 18-19 school year. Mrs. Garcia, Mr. Ibarra, and Ms. Acevedo-Villeda presented information about upcoming events, report cards, how to enter information online, and more. Each year, Garcia organizes at least 2 Hispanic Parent Nights in an effort to make sure that all parents are aware of school events and that all parents are involved in their children's education. Every student counts! Every moment matters!

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  • Meadow Fire Department Visits Our PreK-2nd Grade

    On Firday, October 19th, the Meadow Fire Department visited with our PreK, Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade classes. They taught students about fire safety, showed the students all kinds of cool fire gear, and allowed them to go through one of their fire trucks. The students learned a lot and had a great time. We are blessed to have such a great group of rescue workers as neighbors.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Meadow's Showcase Stars

    Meadow School participated in Showcase of the Stars at JCC on Saturday, March 10th. If you didn't make it out, you missed some great performances! All of the schools did a great job. Meadow School's Showcase performers sang songs from "Pitch Perfect." They were directed by Mr. Kaufman, Meadow's music and band teacher. The students all did an outstanding job, and left everyone feeling moved. Pictured, left to right: Back Row: Erinda Spicer, Lindsey Fondren, Anastasia March, Reid Martin, John Bader, Zachary Carter, Serendipity Turnage, Tyson Cole, Mr. Kaufman (Director) Middle Row: Chesney Wilson, Emily Mitchell, Daniella Torres, Kimmyia Brown, Ella Vandenberg, Savannah Lowe Front Row: Madyson Fondren, Allyson Fondren, Katrina Place, Victoria Castillo, Skylar Johnson

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  • Morgan Simpson Takes 1st Place in Public Speaking

    Meadow FFA traveled to Greensboro on Friday, March 9th for the FFA Middle Grades Rally. Three seventh grade students, Gracie Creech, Maggie Thornton, and Alandis Norris attended Leadership Workshop activities. In addition to that, they had the opportunity to meet the National FFA president, Breanna Holbert. Morgan Simpson, 7th grader, competed in the State Middle Grades Public Speaking contest with 17 other middle students from across the state of NC. Morgan presented a speech on Horse Therapy and won 1st place for the entire state of NC. Congratulations to Morgan for a great accomplishment! Pictured, left to right: Morgan Simpson, Gracie Creech, Breanna Holbert (FFA President), Maggie Thornton, Alandis Norris

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  • Elementary Battle of the Books Comes in a Close Second

    The Elementary School Battle of the Books Competition was held at JCC on Friday, March 9th. Meadow's team played an excellent game and tied with Princeton for first place. They had a play off, and Princeton won by one question. We are so proud of our students for doing an excellent job. Our students had great conduct and represented Meadow School very well. A big thank you to our coaches, Mrs. Sutton (4th Grade ELA Teacher) and Mrs. Keith (5th Grade ELA Teacher), as well as to our parents for supporting our students. Read on! Pictured, left to right: Back row: Jackson Lee, Luis Ponce, Maddox Sills, Ava Strickland, Ella Vandenberg, Anastasia March Front row: Mrs. Sutton, Delayna Thornton, Anna Preslee Warren, Amanda Tart, Joan Morales, Kady Ruth Jones, Emma Williford, Mrs. Keith

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  • Meadow Artists

    Olivia Bellamy, 3rd grade, and Kaimen Williams, 8th grade, both made the state semifinals in a recent statewide art competition. The NCDOT Aviation Division held a contest titled "Flight to the Future." A total of 3,440 students across the state submitted artwork. Olivia Bellamy was a semifinalist in the Junior Division, and Kaimen Williams was a semifinalist in the Intermediate Division. They both did a great job, and we are very proud of them for representing Meadow School!

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  • Science Olympiad Team Brings Home Medals

    On February 17, 2018 the Meadow School Science Olympiad Team, led by Mrs. Dunn-McLamb, competed for the first time. Students competed against many larger public schools, charter schools, and private schools. Our team earned the following medals: Adam Miller and Rett Adams 1st place in Fast Facts Adam Miller and Ryan Hudson 8th place Herpetology Rett Adams 6th place Battery Buggy Braden Raynor and Elliot Butler 2nd place Hovercraft Braden Raynor 2nd place Meteorology Great work to all team members! Pictured, left to right: Front Row: Ben McLamb, Rett Adams, Elliot Butler Middle Row: Ryan Hudson, Jaden Moore, Allison Stewart, Carter Johnson, Heaven Mejia-Barbour Back Row: Laina Moore, Adam Miller, Braden Raynor, Chase Norris, Gracie Creech, Coach Amy McLamb

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  • Penny Wars

    Meadow's Junior Beta Club, under the direction of Mrs. Hendershott, raised $2,159.24 through their school-wide Penny Wars fundraiser. The money raised will go toward future service projects in the community as well as registration costs for members to attend the National Junior Beta Convention in 2019. Students throughout the school enjoyed the competition. Mrs. Dunn-McLamb's 7th grade class won the middle school competition, and Mrs. Sills' 2nd grade class won the elementary school competition.

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  • Mrs. Brown, Leading With Heart

    Mrs. Brown is our 2018 Leading With the Heart award recipient. Mrs. Brown is the Meadow K-5 technology teacher, technology specialist, and girls' basketball coach. She goes above and beyond helping our students and staff in any way that she can. We are blessed to have Mrs. Brown as part of our Meadow Indians Family.

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  • Meadow FFA Attends Southern Farm Show Exhibit

    The Meadow FFA traveled to Raleigh on Jan 31st to attend the Southern Farm Show Exhibit. It is one of the largest Agriculture equipment shows on the east coast and will have 100s of exhibits that cover the entire fairgrounds. These students not only learned about the equipment, but also discovered some of the many careers and jobs that are out there waiting on them. It truly was a learning experience.

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  • 5th Grade Science Gets a Boost

    Mrs. Langston and Mrs. Hobbs received the "Keep Calm and Explore" grant, which will be used to enhance exploration through hands on experiences in the science classroom. Congratulations! Pictured, left to right: Rhonda Langston, Media Coordinator, Sonya Grice, Principal, and Gayle Hobbs, 5th Grade Teacher

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  • Go Scholar Athletes!

    Congratulations to our football and teams for earning Scholar Athlete Team Awards! Pictured: Mr. Barry Honeycutt, Head Football Coach and Athletic Director and Mrs. Sonya Grice, Principal.

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  • Meadow Minions Make It to the Finals!

    The Meadow Minions spelled their way to the finals at the JoCo Education Foundation fundraiser on Thursday, November 16th. The fundraiser was held at SSS High School. They did an amazing job. Pictured are, left to right: Mrs. Sonya Grice, Meadow School Principal, Mrs. Kathryn Hudson, Mrs. Johni Penny, Mrs. Amy Stewart, Mrs. Angela Strickland, and Mr. Don Lee, Assistant Principal.

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  • Dramatic Performances Help Students Learn About Bullying

    Dramatic performances help students learn about bullying Meadow Guidance Department recognized National Bullying Prevention Month in October, with a performance by Bright Star Theatre on Thursday, October 26th. The theatre group performed two programs; an elementary performance, Bullysaurus Rex, and for older students, Bullied. Both performances dramatized several aspects regarding bullying. Utilizing an array of costumes and voices to portray a range of characters, the actresses engaged the students and creatively addressed issues on why bullying sometimes occurs, what students can do when it happens, and how to stop bullying. The actresses, Stevie and Sylvia also talked with students about the art of performing. Bright Star Theatre is a touring theater company out of Asheville, North Carolina that specializes in literary, curriculum, and character-education based performances. The performances were made possible with support from Meadow School PTO, the Meadow Guidance Department, and an Artist in the Schools Grant through the Johnston County Arts Council.

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  • 5th Grade Author Visit!

    On Friday, October 27th, Dr. Cherry Johnson visited Mrs. Keith's fifth grade English Language Arts classroom to conduct writing workshops with each of the fifth grade blocks. The students enjoyed her presentation, worked hard, and learned a lot. We may have future writers in our midst! Thank you for visiting, Dr. Johnson!

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  • Red Ribbon Week Winners

    Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten Class, and Mrs. Massengill's 5th Grade Class won the red ribbon week door contest. Each class will have a pizza party. Teachers that participated had their names put into a drawing for gift cards. Mrs. Garcia, our ELL teacher, and Mrs. Hobbs, a 5th Grade teacher, won the gift cards.

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  • McLamb Wins the Bright Ideas Grant

    Mrs. Amy Dunn-McLamb, 7th grade science teacher, won the Bright Ideas Grant for $1,514.22. She she plans to use this money to assist in her efforts to start up a Science Olympiad Team for Meadow School. We are so proud of her, and excited to see the great work from our Science Olympiad Team.

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  • 8th Graders Perform with SJHS

    Meadow's 8th Grade band players were invited to join South Johnston High School's band to play during the football game on Friday, October 6th. They joined the band in formation on the field, and they played peppy songs from the bleachers. They did a great job. Pictured, left to right: Back Row: Anjel Colson and Katrina Secor Front Row: Jasmine Brown, Areli Miguel, Tanijah Dupree, Isaiah Harris

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  • Adam Miller Takes 1st Place!

    Adam Miller took first place in the Division 6-8 NC School Bus Safety poster contest for 2016-17. His artwork can be viewed on www.ncbussafety.org. Great job Adam! Pictured: Adam Miller and Mrs. Penny (art teacher).

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  • School Bus Safety Poster Winners

    Congratulations to our artists Dayla White, Daniella Bazalar, and Kaimen Williams for placing in the 2017 NC School Bus Safety Poster Contest. Dayla earned second place, Daniella earned third place, and Kaimen earned fourth place in Division 6-8. The posters were judged by participants from around the state that attended the North Carolina Pupil Transportation Association (NCPTA) Conference that was held in Sunset Beach June 2017. These winning entries are posted on the NC School Bus Safety webpage at www.ncbussafety.org for everyone to view. Pictured, left to right: Mrs. Schott (assistant principal), Kaimen Williams, Daniella Bazalar, Dayla White, Johni Penny (art teacher).

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  • Dairy Handling

    On Saturday, September 16th, Luke Tart attended the North Carolina Mountain State Fair in Fletcher, NC. We have not received the final placings but Luke was the only Middle School participant. There were 20 FFA menbers from across the state competing. Luke had to show and handle correctly his Jersey Dairy cow he was assigned to. It was a great day. Thanks to Ms Tart for helping out and getting Luke there, as well as to Mr. Honeycutt for all of his hard work with the Meadow FFA.

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  • FFA at Regional Leadership Conference

    We are so excited to have FFA as a part of the curriculum opportunities for our students here at Meadow. On September 12th, our FFA students attended the regional leadership conference with South Johnston High School. They did a great job representing Meadow, learned a lot, and had fun. Pictured, left to right: Alexa Lee, Destiny Sessoms, Adam Miller, Luke Tart, Paul Olive, Jeramy Darden, Kaimen Williams, Brodey Johnson, Cannon Raynor.

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  • Board of Ed Recognizes Hannah Beasley

    On Tuesday, 9/12 Hannah Beasley was recognized by the Board of Education for being a great example of how to always show and give Respect. Mrs. Grice and Hannah's parents were with her at the BOE meeting. We are so proud of Hannah and hope that others will follow her example of being an outstanding person with great character.

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  • Duke Tip Recipients

    These Meadow Indians qualified for Duke TIP by scoring in at least the 95th percentile on one of their 6th grade EOGs. They then were able to take the ACT as 7th graders through the Duke TIP program. These three 7th graders received state recognition for their excellent scores on the ACT. On May 2, they attended a ceremony at Campbell University.

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  • Awesome Bus Drivers

    Congratulations to our amazing bus drivers. Phyllis Lee won the Substitute Bus Driver of the Year Award, and Tiffany Barefoot won the Bus Driver of the Year Award. These two are dedicated, and really care about the students. All of the bus drivers here at Meadow are awesome!

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  • The Band Takes Two!

    The Meadow Band recently traveled to Orlanda Florida. There they performed at St. Cloud High School. The band won two trophies - Overall 1st Place for Behavior, and 1st Place for band with an Excellent rating. They also enjoyed some time at Universal Studios.Way to go Meadow Band! Your hard work paid off, and we are very proud of how you conducted yourselves during the entire trip!

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