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Meridianville Middle School

Meridianville Middle School

Office Hours

Monday - Friday

7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.


Invitations going home on Wednesday, January 10th


Honors Breakfast date has been set for Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 8:45 A.M. We need your help to make our Annual Honors Breakfast a success. Please use the list below for your assigned items to bring/send to the event. It is very important that everyone participate and bring your assigned item. Thank you!

If you would like to volunteer to bring 1 large fruit bowl (the large bowls like Publix carries fit better on our tables. Please call Publix to order if you want to bring this item. 256-829-3488.

Students love sausage balls, so if you would like to bring those instead of the items listed below it would be greatly appreciated. Please make sure they are already cooked and warm. We have no way to cook or heat up items. Students love this item!

If you bring one of the items listed above, you do not need to bring the item listed below. Thank you so much!

7th Grade Girls & Boys – Last Name A – D – 1 dozen Donuts & 1 pkg Forks (100 count)

7th Grade Girls & Boys – Last Name E – K – 1 Gal. Orange or Apple Juice & Cups (50 count or more)

7th Grade Girls & Boys – Last Name L – R – 8 or 12 pack Muffins & 1 case water

7th Grade Girls & Boys – Last Name S – Z – 1 dozen Cinnamon rolls & 1 case water

8th Grade Girls & Boys – Last Name A – D –8 or 12 count Muffins & Bunch Bananas

8th Grade Girls & Boys – Last Name E– J – Box Granola Bars & Large Plates (100 Count or more)

8th Grade Girls & Boys – Last Name K – R – 1 dozen Donuts & Napkins (250 count pack or more)

8th Grade Girls & Boys – Last Name S – Z – 1 bag of grapes (Washed) & Cups (50 count or more)

We usually serve over 600 people so it is very important that everyone participate and bring/send your assigned items!

Daily Announcements

Martin Luther King day - January 15, 2018-School Closed

Report Cards - January 9, 2018

Yearbooks are on sale now. Cost is $40.00. Please visit balfour.com and search for Meridianville Middle. Deadline to order is January 26, 2018.

Fax machine is out of order. Please email information to ebryant@mcssk12.org

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Please turn in all attendance notes toallow you entrance to the school. You must also remain in the Main Office until you are cleared by the office staff.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Code of Conduct Dress Code for 2017-2018

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Lost and found is located in the Main Office. All items not collected by Friday afternoon will be donated immediately.

Students must have a bus note with a contact phone number in order to ride a different bus. All notes must be turned in to the office first thing in the mornings.

The MVMS Band is collecting Box Tops, plastic Coke product bottle caps and soda can Pop-Tabs. Please send all donations to the attention of Mrs. Asquith, the band director.

If you plan on getting a physical, please make sure you get a physical packet from the school.


Last Thursday, Sheriff Dorning and Superintendent Matt Massey announced the rollout of the new “SAFE-2-TELL” text tip line. This program allows our students to report bullying, threats, or potentially dangerous activities anonymously and safely. The number is 256-536-8355. We are excited to have a program that allows students to be advocates of their own education by giving them an avenue to take actions that keep their schools safe!
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2-1-1 System

An amazing resource is available every hour of every day to families and individuals in need of essential human services – 2-1-1. The 2-1-1 system is for human services needs what 9-1-1 is for emergency needs. In North Alabama, 2-1-1 is provided through Crisis Services of North Alabama in partnership with United Way. Last year, the 2-1-1 Call Center in Huntsville answered more than 37,000 calls from across the state with more than 20,000 of those calls being from North Alabama alone. The majority of callers requested help with basic needs—such as utilities, rent, food, and housing. During times of disaster, 2-1-1 has been critical in assisting both disaster victims and disaster relief providers to make connections. 2-1-1 can be accessed through a statewide website (www.211connectsalabama.org) as well as through our local call center. Your Superintendent Council representative has a flyer and magnets promoting this program. This will be a great resource for our community.