Meridianville Middle School
The following spring sports will be holding tryouts:
Soccer - October 13th-15th, 3:30-5:30PM
Baseball - October 19th-22nd
Softball - October 19th-22nd
Track - October 27th-28th, 4-5PM
In order to tryout, all students must have completed required paperwork on Dragonfly. Please wear appropriate clothing and shoes for your sport, and bring a mask as well.
Regretfully, Lunches of love will no longer be delivered. You can pick up your package on Fridays when you pick up your lunch from the school cafeteria. You will have to let the ladies know that you are picking up a lunches of love. You can call the office to arrange a pick up if you do not get a lunch.
Students must bring their school issued chromebook to school fully charged daily. If a student does not have a school issued device, students will be allowed to bring their home device until a school device is issued.
Lockers will be sold each morning during homeroom. Lockers are $5, students are encouraged to purchase a locker and keep all of their supplies in the locker to include cell phones. Cell phones must remain in lockers at all times unless teachers give specific permission for academic purposes only.
Please be patient with our car rider line (which is always difficult the first weeks of school), bus pickup times and with our new procedures the goal is to create the safest environment possible without causing extreme inconvenience under our current circumstances.
2nd and last day of boys basketball tryouts are Friday after school, from 4:00-5:30 P.M., with Covid screening beginning at 3:30 P.M. . Bring a mask, water, and athletic gear to play in. Players drop off at the front door, and player pickup in the rear parking lot.
Virtual Feeding begins Monday, September 14, 2020, from 10:35-11.00 AM. You will drive thru the bus loop at the back of the school. Please have a piece of paper with the number of plates you need. This is for anybody 18 and under. You do not have to be enrolled in Madison County Schools to receive a meal. You will receive a lunch and breakfast for the next day.
The Meridianville MS robotics team is selling facemasks! Please go to this website https://abc.afsports.biz/order/F2XEXM to place your order. There are many options to choose from! All orders must be placed and paid for by 9/11/20!
Bus information in the links below. If you do not see your road on the list, please let us know. Refer to specific subdivisions at the end of the route listing.
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Girls Basketball Team
11. Kayleigh Pearman
1. Miranda Baites
2. Ashlyn Baker
3. London Boedeker
4. Zamiah Garth
5. Khloe Hunter
6. Kayley Machen
7. Lacherish Sherrod
8. Aaliyah Tucker
9. Macey Works
Dear MCSS Family,
The current COVID-19 data indicates that our schools can safely begin the process of transitioning to in-person instruction before the end of the first nine-weeks. The Madison County School System will begin transitioning to Level 1 of our reopening plan.
In order to ease our schools into the transition, we have students divided into two groups for partial, hybrid attendance for the week of September 14-18.
We will resume face-to-face instruction based on the following schedule:
Madison County Schools - Reopening at Level 1
Attend on Campus in Person
Attend on Campus in Person
*If students within a household have different last names, they may attend dates listed above according to the last name of the eldest member of the household.
September 21 until further notice
Traditional School resumes for all students Pre-K through grade 12.
Students who signed up for Remote Instruction, before Friday, July 17th will remain in Remote Instruction through the end of the first nine-weeks (October 23).
*Families who wish to continue with remote instruction should contact their local school prior to September 14.
Condado de Madison - Reapertura en el Nivel 1
Los datos actuales de COVID-19 indican que nuestras escuelas pueden comenzar de manera segura el proceso de transición a la instrucción en persona antes del final de las primeras nueve semanas. El sistema escolar del condado de Madison comenzará la transición al nivel 1 de nuestro plan de reapertura.
Para facilitar la transición de nuestras escuelas, tenemos a los estudiantes divididos en dos grupos para asistencia híbrida parcial durante la semana del 14 al 18 de Septiembre.
Reanudaremos la instrucción presencial según el siguiente horario:
14-18 de Septiembre
Asistir al campus en persona
14-15 de Septiembre
16-18 de Septiembre
Asistir al campus en persona
17-18 de Septiembre
14-16 de Septiembre
* Si los estudiantes dentro de un hogar tienen diferentes apellidos, pueden asistir a las fechas enumeradas anteriormente según el apellido del miembro mayor del hogar.
21 de Septiembre hasta nuevo adviso
La escuela tradicional se reunada para todos los estudiantes de Pre-K hasta el grado 12
Los estudiantes que se inscribieron en la Instrucción Remota, antes del viernes 17 de julio permanecerán en la Instrucción Remota hasta al final del primer nueve semanas (23 de Octubre).
*Las familias que deseen continuar con la instrucción remota deben comunicarse con su escuela local antes del 14 de Septiembre.
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