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  • Meadow Fire Department Visits Our Tribe

    On Tuesday, October 5th the Meadow Fire Department stopped by Meadow School. Fire Prevention Week was held October 3-9 this year. As part of Fire Prevention Week, the Meadow Fire Department stopped by with 2 trucks to teach fire safety to our PreK through 2nd grade students. Led by Captain Ryan Parker, the guys taught the students fire safety, and then let the students spray water from a hose and walk through a truck. Our students had a blast, and were excited to receive activity bags and firefighter hats to take home. These guys were well prepared, taught our students so much, and gave them an experience that they will always remember. We are so thankful to have such great neighbors to our school.

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  • Meadow School Represented in Mule Days

    Meadow School's 8th grade athletes and cheerleaders represented our school at the annual Mule Days Parade. Other students from Meadow participated in various dance teams, and we even had our very own Miss North Carolina's Carolina Princess, Jorja Godwin, ride in the parade.

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  • Mule Days Artists

    Meadow School had 5 winners in the Mule Days art competition! Great job Olivia Bellamy, Carson Blackman, Ariana Ellington, Lindsay Darden, and Kallan Bradley!

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  • 301 Brothers Donate Supplies

    Thank you so much to the 301 Brothers and Ladies of 301 Brothers for delivering school supplies today. We are so appreciative!

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  • Sixth Graders Beautify Meadow Grounds

    The sixth grade teachers, Mrs. Leslie Barefoot, Mrs. Malinda Turnage, and Mrs. Kaitlin Johnson, planned another round of campus beautification. This year, the students laid weed barriers and mulch down to improve the entrance to the middle school hallway. The students learned a lot about work ethic, teamwork, and how to be a good community member. Thank you so much to our 2020-2021 sixth grade classes for your hard work. It looks great!

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  • Coach Peacock, Middle School Coach of the Year

    Congratulations to our very own PE teacher, Kim Peacock, for earning the title JCPS Middle School Coach of the Year! She coaches volleyball, girls basketball, and girls track and field. Mrs. Peacock is an inspirational coach and has guided the athletes in developing their athletic skills as well as developing team building and strong positive character traits. Thank you for all of your hard work, encouragement, and support that you give to all of our students! #TribePride

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  • Spring 2021 Pink Out Games

    Our boys soccer and girls volleyball teams held Pink Out games on Thursday, April 1st. Check out the pink! We are so proud of these student athletes.

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  • Whitney Holloman Recognized at BOE Meeting

    8th grade student, Whitney Holloman, was honored at the Johnston County Public Schools Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, April 13th for displaying self discipline. Way to go, Whitney!

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  • Middle School Honor Roll and Principal's List

    Please click on the title to open this message. You will then be able to click on the link to view the Middle School Honor Roll and Principal's Lists for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd marking periods.

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  • Matthew Westbrook: Tart Road Weather Man

    Matthew Westbrook, 3rd grade, had the opportunity to go to Greenville to the tv station and record a Kids Weather Series where he worked with the chief meteorologist, Jerry Jackson. His episode will air Monday night at 5:30 during the news on Channel 9 WNCT. When Mr. Jerry Jackson asked him if he had a nickname, Matthew replied "The Tart Road Weather Man." What a great opportunity for Matthew. If you get channel 9, tune in tomorrow!

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  • Meadow Shows Support For the Fight Against Breast Cancer

    Meadow staff purchased pink ribbons in memory of or in honor of someone they know that has fought breast cancer. The ribbons have been displayed in the office. So far, we have raised $128! The money is being donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

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  • Jacob Lee Shows Patriotism

    On Wednesday, October 28th Jacob Lee was accompanying his father on the way to work and as they passed by the school, they noticed that the flags were not raised on the flagpole in the front of the school. Jacob Lee has been raising the flags on the mornings that he comes to school. He pointed out that the flags were not displayed, and he and his father drove back to the school. They pulled in to the carpool line and asked if they could raise the flags. How responsible and patriotic. We appreciate their help, and admire their sense of duty.

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  • Pink for Peacock

    Meadow School and South Johnston High School have come together to show support for a beloved staff member, Ms. Kim Peacock. Staff have purchased shirts that say "Pink for Peacock," and have gathered for pictures to show her that everyone is thinking of her. She will receive a collage of the pictures from the two schools to lift her spirits.

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  • Dr. Bracy Visits Our Tribe

    Meadow School staff and students were excited to meet Dr. Bracy when he made a visit on Tuesday, October 20th. He took some time walking around and getting to know our little Tribe, and even stopped to have a picture with us. We look forward to future visits and showing how great Meadow School is.

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  • Congratulations to Our Bus Drivers of the Year!

    Congratulations to these fabulous bus drivers! Driver of the Year: Crystal Willis Gonzalez; Sub Driver of the Year: Anita Holmes

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  • Beta Club Inductees

    We would like to recognize students that are being inducted into the Beta Club this school year. Being a member of the Beta Club is a high honor. To be a member of the Beta Club, the students must have an 85% average or better in all subject areas with an overall average of 90% for 2 consecutive quarterly report cards. To be considered for admission, students must also show leadership and good character. They display a positive attitude appropriate to the school environment toward adults and other students. The students being inducted this school year are: Sky Cabrera, Randi Hardee, Joshua Sandoval Cardoza, Anna Thornton, Zachary Carter, Margarita Gomez Valle, Sydnee Guin, Dylan Lee, Dillon Renfrow, Anna Wells, Mason Denning, Destiny Jackson, Kady Jones, Holt Langston, Jacob Lee, Bryant Loredo, Cayden McLamb, Anna Olive, Hayden Paulino, Audrey Peacock, Kendall Pennewill, Karadi Radford, Hannah Raynor, Amanda Tart, Wyatt Thompson, Delayna Thornton, Anna Preslee Warren, Lance Williams, and Emma Williford.

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  • Meadow Tribe Misses Their Students!

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  • Meadow Elementary Battle of the Books Champions

    We took first place in the county! Our Elementary Battle of the Books team competed against 21 other schools on Tuesday, March 3rd.

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  • Beth Hockaday, Educator of the Year

    The 71st Benson Annual Chamber Awards were held last night. Our amazing school nurse, Beth Hockaday, was recognized as the Educator of the Year at the event. We are so blessed to have her working at our school. Congratulations Mrs. Hockaday!

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  • Alex Lee Makes 1st Chair in District Band!

    Congratulations to Alex Lee! He made 1st Chair Trombone in the 2020 NC Southeastern District Band! Alex had set a goal to achieve first chair this year, and he did it! He hopes to make it in the All State Band this year, and to earn scholarships for college in the future. #TribePride!

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