Photos see photos of 4th grade Electricity unit
Autism Society puzzle pieces are available from Teresa Patrick for $1 each. The proceeds will go to the Autism Society Chapter in Carbondale, IL. She also has t-shirts for sale for $15. Those orders are due by tomorrow 1/26.
PTSO will be selling single red roses (artificial) for Valentine’s Day for $1. Roses will be sold from Tuesday, January 19 until Friday, February 5th. Roses will be delivered to the person who placed the order on Thursday, February 11th.
Click on the link below to see photos of events that happen at the school. (for picture caption, put your cursor on the picture)
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Tue, Feb 9 - Wed, Feb 10
School Improvement Grant State Visit
Wednesday, February 10
Jr. High Scholar Bowl @ Egyptain
Thursday, February 11
Roses will be delivered to the person who placed the order
Friday, February 12
Bobcat Basketball vs Elverado
Sunday, February 14
Monday, February 15
Meridian Fun Fest
2016 Reward and Incentive for Students
When: February 19, 2016 (during school hours)
Who: Pre K-12th grade students will have designated times in the gym
What: Inflatables: Mega Obstacle Course, Superbouncy House, Blue Bonco House, Kangaroo Jumparoo, and Basketball Hoop Throw; Games, Snow Cones, Pizza and More
Why: To recognize students for their efforts in increasing the attendance rate, improving test scores in reading and math and decreasing discipline referrals.
Please encourage your student to do his/her best as we continue into the second semester. Meridian CUSD 101 can and will improve our attendance and graduation rates, increase our test scores, and decrease our incidents of discipline. Thank you to our students, teachers, parents, bus drivers, cafeteria workers, office staff, custodians, support personnel, and the Board of Education for their continued support and effort to help students achieve success!
It takes all of us to make a difference!
2016 BETA Club
Reminder, students must go home after school
and not loiter in the halls or gym.
A student should ONLY remain in the school, after
school, if there is a supervised activity going on
and the student will be under direct adult
supervision. If that is not the case, the
student should ride the bus home after school.
Thank you for your understanding and
cooperation in this matter.
Download the APP and start SNAPPING your receipts and EARN cash for our school!
To register or renew your Kroger Card (every August):
Please share with your friends and family.
TO USE THE KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM.pdf
- Log into your account (or register at Kroger.com) and then click on "My Account".
- Scroll down to "Community Rewards" and click "enroll"
- In the box that pops up, type in "Meridian" and at the bottom our school should appear.
- Select "Meridian School" and click "Enroll".
- Look for a bar across the top of your account confirming that you have enrolled in the Community Rewards Program.
- Next time you shop at Kroger, look at the bottom of your receipt and you should see Community Rewards..at your request we are donating to "Meridian School".
News and Information from our Superintendent, Spencer Byrd.
The Meridian High School Boys Basketball will be having an Autism Awareness Night, Shooting for Autism on Saturday, February 6th @ 6:00p.m. against Charleston at Meridian High School. Proceeds from this event will go to the Autism Society of Southern Illinois Chapter. Please come out and help support.
Be part of the Community Advisory Committee -
follow their page to learn more.
Community Advisory Page
Scholarships and Deadlines
A representative from Lincoln College will be here on Wednesday, March 9th @ 9 a.m. to meet with junior.
5% chance of precipitation.