The High School Media Team is taking preorders for the 2020-2021 Yearbook. Forms will be distributed beginning next Tuesday, April 27th. If ordered by May 15th, the 2020-2021 Yearbook preorder cost will be $15. The price will be more after that date. Please give the form and $15 to Dr. Trover in Room 21 or turn the form and money into the High School Office. Checks can be made to Meridian High School Yearbook. Thank You! Dr. Trover
Parents and Students:
4th quarter mid-terms are available for virtual viewing.
Students do not hang on the bars on the tent outside you will be reprimanded if caught doing so.
Students: Anyone interested in summer school or credit recovery can pick up permission forms in the front office.
Possible Jobs: Conservation Department: See Guidance
Apprenticeship Opportunity: Land Surveyors: See Guidance
All club pictures (Student Council, Beta Club, FFA, etc.) for the Junior High and High School will be taken on Friday, April 30th. Ms. Cunningham
Trainor Ag Products which is located right next door off the interstate is looking for 1 to 2 part-time workers, which would turn into a full-time job if so desired. Paul Trainor is the contact and can be reached at 618-534-5990
For those senior students who have applied for Scholarships through Shawnee Community College, remember to check your email for notifications of award offers (use the email that you used when you signed up in the scholarship database which may have been your shawneecc email, a personal email, or your High School email). It is very important to watch your email for these offers!
Ms Cunningham is taking Senior Pictures and Pictures of other high school students that missed their pictures, next week after school from 2-3 o'clock. Retakes are also available. She is also available for a limited number of students third period. Please let her know in advance. Thank you, Mrs.Trover
8th Grade Promotion is May 22nd at 10 am
12th Grade Graduation is May 22nd at 12 noon
Students: Prom will be held May 8th! Tickets for Prom will go on sale on Monday 4/26
King and Queen Forms can be picked up in the front office (seniors only).
Need a dress, shoes, accessories- go to guidance give your dress and shoe size. Also, check with Ms. Bremer. If you would like to bring a guest from another school, guest forms can be picked up in the front office. Prom tickets are $5.00 per person.
Any male student who is going to be 18 or who has already turned 18 need to come to Guidance and see Mr. Hight.
Students anyone 17 years old with transportation: Dip & Dots is hiring for the summer see Guidance for details.
Seniors watch your scholarship deadlines
Students don’t forget to bring your water bottles from home to use and refill here at school. Also, you can only get water from Ms. Blake’s office between passing class or while on your breathing breaks.
8th Graders and Seniors Cap and Gown cost is $30.00. Make checks out to Balfour.
April 26th at 10 am a representative from Shawnee Development Council will be here to go over scholarships.
April 27th at 10 am juniors and seniors a representative from SCC will be here Tuesday to present about criminal justice program.
All juniors and any senior who is interested will be taking the ASVAB on April 28th
April 29th sophomores will be testing at SCC. Bus leaves at 8:15 a.m.
Seniors: Shawnee College will be here to register you on April 29th
The last day for Credit Recovery is April 29th.
SENIORS Check your Email Daily- Mr. Hight
Seniors: The guidance has many scholarships:
For example: Rotary Foundation Scholarship
Buffalo Soldiers Scholarship
SIU Credit Union Scholarship
Seniors create your FSAID. This is a graduation requirement that must be met. After you have created it please print and turn it in to the Guidance Department.
HS Volleyball practice in Elem Gym 4-6 p.m.
HS Baseball vs Pope County @ 4: 30 p.m.
HS Softball practice 2-4 p.m.
MS Track Practice 4-6 p.m.