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Meridianville Middle School

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Madison County Schools Digital Backpack

As we begin using the Digital Backpack on the Madison County Schools website, students will need to create their own Google docs to provide answers for the assignments. These may then be submitted to the teachers' Canvas or Google Classroom accounts. Teachers will post weekly "assignments" to provide a location for students to submit work. Students will not be granted edit access to the documents on the county website. Please be patient, as we are all learning this together. Also, remember that these assignments will not be "graded." Teachers will offer feedback to help our students be ready for the start of next year. Please contact your teachers through Canvas or Google Classroom if you have questions. You can also view this link for a video message from our superintendent about our system's blended learning plan.

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MCSS Food Locations and Community Resources

This link provides information concerning food locations and additional information.

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SAFE 2 TELL TIP LINE

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.