Meridianville Middle School
Impact Aid is a federally funded program designed to directly compensate local school districts for the loss of property tax support associated with federally connected families. This means that parents/guardians who work on federal property, who serve in the Armed Forces or Reserves, or families who live on federally-owned properties will have qualifying forms for our school district. The amount of funds the school district receives is based on the number of Impact Aid forms returned.
Please complete, sign, and return the form to your 1st period teacher. We would like to have forms returned by November 13th but we will continue to accept forms until January.
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.
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.
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.
Lost and found is located in the Main Office. All items not collected by Friday will be donated immediately.
Make-up pictures and Virtual Students pictures - Wednesday, December 9th in the Library
We will have Virtual Students show up in timed increments.
Students with last names
A - F 10:00 A.M.
G - L 10:30 A.M.
M - R 11:00 A.M.
S - Z 11:30 A.M.
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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.