Peek at the Week

Week of October 25th, 2021

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Monday, Oct. 25

  • 3:45 pm - After School Science Club

Tuesday, Oct. 26

Wednesday, Oct. 27

  • Picture Retakes
  • 8:50 a.m. - Crew Meeting

Thursday, Oct. 28

  • 10:15 - Class Spelling Bee Practice (3rd, 4th 5th Grades)

Friday, Oct. 29

  • "Team up against Bullying" - Wear your favorite team shirt! (see info below)
  • Halloween Fall Classroom Parties (see info below)
  • 8:50 am - Virtual Pep Rally
  • 4 - 6:00 p.m. - Safe Halloween at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church (see info below)


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Making the Magic Happen!

These students were recognized at the Friday virtual pep rally meeting for being a Shining All-Star Student!

Luke C., Wendell K., Lyla H., Tate U.

Bradley P., Hannah H., Sydney Q., Sadie B.

Itali W.-T., Hudson D., Traelan S., Aaliyah K.



Your child’s report card is now available for view in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Below are instructions for accessing the report card. If you have questions or need help with access, please contact your child’s school. Please note that you will need to log into the Parent Portal. You will not be able to view report cards using the mobile app.

Elementary Student Report Cards

Parents can see all archived reports for their children in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Any current reports that are published to the public portal can be run by the parent at any time.

  1. If you have more than one student, select the student tab for the student you want to view the Elementary Report Card

  2. Click on Student Reports in the left navigation menu as seen below

  3. Click on the Report you want to view under the Archived Report section

  4. Elementary Report Cards will be Archived quarterly for parents to view or print

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The 3rd and 4th Graders at Meadowlark did such a wonderful job at their Music Concert, "Going Buggy" on Tuesday, October 19th. They were festivally dressed in their Bug costumes such as Army Ants, Bumble Bees, and the SWAT team just to name a few. They sang out beautifully and performed their speaking parts with great poise and personality. Thank you to all our volunteers who helped with the show. It truly takes teamwork to be successful!!

If you would like a digital copy of the program, please email Rhona Harvey:

Mrs. Middleton

Music Teacher

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At our "crew" meeting, students watched Read Aloud of The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors, then played Rock, Paper, Scissors with each other. At Friday's Virtual Pep Rally, the winners from each Crew came together and competed live for the MES Rock, Paper, Scissors Champion.

Congratulations to Lacey and Carleigh!

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Meadowlark Has an Opening!

This is a great way for parents or grandparents to make extra money while the kids are in school!

Immediate openings are available. If you are truly interested in working with a great group of people, let us hear from you. Starting pay is $11.33 an hour. Experienced applicants may earn more.

Speed up the process by applying at or call Lisa Smith at 316-218-4603.


Opportunities for Giving and Receiving

Andover Caring and Sharing is a non profit organization that started over 20 years ago. Volunteers from local organizations assist families in our community who are in need during the holidays. Age appropriate gifts or gift cards and warm clothing items are provided for children, teenagers, and senior adults, as well as food boxes for the family with ingredients for a holiday dinner, including a turkey.

School counselors are asked to provide names and phone numbers of families in need. This is where I need your help. If your family is currently in hardship or likely to go without food and gifts this holiday season, please complete the form at the bottom and return to me by Monday, October 25th. This information will be confidential. I will submit your name, address, and phone number. Then, someone from Andover Caring and Sharing will contact you to verify your desire to participate and make pickup or delivery arrangements.

Due to COVID, we will not have our Christmas Shop; this year, we will contact families in advance regarding their gift requests and shop for them. The shopping model actually worked well last year, we were able to shop specifically for families requested needs. The families will be invited to pick up their gift boxes between December 14 – 16 at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. The food boxes will be distributed at the Andover Fire Department on December 16. If transportation is not available, the Andover Fire and Police Department have volunteered to deliver.

We also encourage donations of food, gifts, gift cards, money, books, games, hand lotion, toiletries, etc. Volunteers are needed to help with food collection, gift sorting, gift wrapping, shopping, etc. Please let me know of any groups in your school that can help. It is also possible for a class or organization to adopt an entire family.

If you are interested in donating items or volunteering, please contact Michele Carlini at or 316-733-1423.

Sincerely, Mrs. Brooke Holcomb, Meadowlark Elementary School Counselor


Please email my name, address, and phone number to to participate in the Andover Caring and Sharing Traditional Holiday Program.

Parent Name____________________________Phone#______________________

Complete Address ___________________________________________________

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Thursday, November 11th - Veterans Day

The school is honoring Veterans Day on Thursday, November 11th. If you or a family member are a Veteran, Firefighter, Policeman or Policewomen, please email a photo of them to Rhona Harvey, to include in our slideshow honoring these brave individuals. Include their name, rank, student's name, and their relationship to the student.

Thank you

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