The Meadows Elementary

September 2020

DeSoto ISD Virtual Learning Survey

Parents, we are grateful that you are a part of our Anywhere, Anytime Learning community for the 2020-21 school year.


During this time of virtual learning, we want to stay connected to our parents and students to help support your needs and to continually improve our processes and services. We value your opinion and ask that parents and students take a moment to complete the survey links below regarding your recent DeSoto ISD Virtual Learning experience. Thank you for being a DeSoto ISD Eagle!


English:

Parent: https://form.jotform.com/202533844912151

Student: https://form.jotform.com/202536295922155


Padres, estamos agradecidos de que sean parte de nuestra comunidad de Aprendizaje en Cualquier Lugar y en Cualquier momento para el año escolar 2020-21.


Durante este tiempo de aprendizaje virtual, queremos estar conectados con nuestros padres y estudiantes para ayudar a apoyar sus necesidades y mejorar continuamente nuestros procesos y servicios. Valoramos su opinión y les pedimos a los padres y estudiantes que tomen un momento para completar los enlaces de la encuesta a continuación con respecto a su reciente experiencia de aprendizaje virtual de DeSoto ISD. ¡Gracias por ser un Eagle de DeSoto ISD!


Spanish:

Parent: https://form.jotform.com/202575350371148

Student: https://form.jotform.com/202577105657155

Welcome Back from Principal Darden

Dear TME Family,


As school begins tomorrow and we embark on this journey that we began in the Spring, I want to encourage each of us to breathe, have patience toward one another, and show grace to one another. It goes without saying these are difficult and troubled times we live in, and it is vitally important that we breathe, have patience, and show grace to another, but more importantly, teach and grant patience and grace to our babies.


Our motto this school year is, “Intertwined in Legacy and History at TME. A Good Trouble School.” The inspiration stems from the global pandemics of the novel coronavirus, and the American pandemic of systemic racism. It is time, past time, that we wrap our arms around our children collectively. That is why our school is a village school. No one is alone. No one can afford to be. The African Proverb reads, “It take a village to raise a child.”. It is time that we use our schools to bridge not only academic gaps, but community gaps as well, and become the village that we must be. Yes, you may have your children, but they are all OUR children, and we all have a vested interest in their life outcomes.


As an institution of learning, we will keep our promises to our children, our staff, and our community. We may not get it right the first time, and we may, but know, that we will get it right. We will get in “good trouble” because we will not settle in mediocrity for our children’s futures. At TME, we will idolize and revere our children as the ancestor’s did. We will teach and guide them on the path of intelligence, righteousness, belonging, servitude, self-love, and purpose. This is our collectively obligation to our children. Our children are our legacy, and history we are intertwined in. How we respond to these pandemics for the benefit our children will decide how favorably history looks up on us, or if it looks favorably upon us at all.


It is an honor to lead this institution of learning during this season, with this consortium of stakeholders.


With Love,

Principal Darden

Teachers and administrators are ready to kick off another great year of growth and learning in DeSoto ISD. Parents, students and staff are reminded that the first day of instruction is set to begin Tuesday, September 8, 2020 online via Anytime, Anywhere Learning.

For Our Students

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For Our Parents

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Pre K-2nd Grade Schedule

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Click here to download Pre K-2nd Grade Schedule
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Click here to download 3rd- 5th Grade Schedule

Staff and Student Virtual Learning Expectations

WIth the goal of creating an optimal and effective virtual learning environment, DeSoto ISD has developed a guide for behavioral expectations for students and staff while engaging in Anytime, Anywhere Learning.


View learning expectations and classroom rules guides below.

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More About AAL Home based Learning

For information and access all things related to Elementary Home Based Supervised Daily Scheduling.

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News You Can Use

Thanks to Mrs. Linda Young Altrusa International Southwest Dallas County for their generosity.

MAVS T-Shirts and Welcome Back

Special thanks to the Dallas Mavericks for providing our students with Rowdy. Proud. and Loud. T-Shirts. In addition to grabbing the Mavs tees, our TME students got to enjoy tasty popsicles. What a great way to begin the school year!
DeSoto ISD celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
Reconnect 2020

From Library Services

Finding E Books in Destiny Discover
For Books & Resources Visit TME Library Services

Want to gain access to DeSoto ISD ebook collection? Click here to access!

From the Counselor's Corner

Respect Rap With Prologue
Sesame Street: Respect | Word on the Street
Name that Emotion Game Show :Basic Emotions: Episode one
Academic Helplines For Students

Designed to allow students the opportunity to connect directly with a grade-level content teacher for assistance and support. Various times are available. For more details be sure to log in to your student GMAIL account to access.