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Meridianville Middle School

Meridianville Middle School

Office Hours - Monday - Friday, 8:00 A.M to 3:45 P.M.

School Hours - 8:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.

Fax: 256-851-4551

Daily Announcements

All, our annual Band Christmas Concert is ON! We will present it Tuesday night in the gym at 6:30pm and you are all invited! The 7th grade and 8th grade Bands will play and the Jazz Band has prepared a short performance, as well. Please come and let us add to your holiday cheer! The price is right, too—FREE :-D

Yearbooks are on sale now. Visit the website below to order your yearbooks.


Christmas Break - December 20 - January 4, 2022. Students Return January 5, 2022.

Any student interested in wrestling needs to contact Coach Loudon.

Coach Loudon


Please remember that ONLY contacts listed in PowerSchool will be allowed to check a student out. You can add a contact by emailing thogue@mcssk12.org

You must present an ID to check a student out.

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.

Students must have a bus note approved by the main office in order to ride a different school bus.

Lost and found is located in the Main Office. All items not collected by Friday will be donated immediately.

Please email attendance notes to ebryant@mcssk12.org or thogue@mcssk12.org



Morning Care

Morning care will begin Monday, August 16, 2021. The cost is $15.00 per week. Please fill out the application below and return with the student.

Bus Drivers

Bus drivers and Bus numbers are listed below. Please have students out at 6:30 A.M. for their bus pick-up.



08-96 FRANKS

22-06 KEY

20-10 MILLER

21-12 PERRIN

08-92 SIPES

18-06 TETERS


Bus road list is in the link below. Please let us know if your road is not listed on the routes. You can email ebryant@mcssk12.org for any changes.

2021-2022 Ready, Set, Forward Plan Amendment

Madison County Schools family,

As the 2021-2022 school year has progressed, we have continually evaluated how COVID-19 impacts our district. Thanks to your diligence in assisting us during the pandemic, MCSS can now begin to amend some of the guidelines we outlined in our Ready, Set, Forward Plan. These changes are listed below.

  • On Wednesday, October 27, 2021, MCSS will transfer all COVID-19 contact tracing to the Alabama Department of Public Health.

  • On Friday, October 29, 2021, if positive COVID-19 numbers remain below 0.5% system-wide, MCSS will implement the following change to LEVEL 1; the use of masks will become optional for students and staff, beginning Monday, November 1, 2021. However, due to Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requirements, students and staff must wear masks while on all buses.

Beginning Monday, November 1, 2021, the following protocol will be used on a school by school basis:

  1. If an individual school reaches a 2.5% positivity rate, they will move to masks required at Level 1.
  2. If an individual school reaches a 5.0% positivity rate, they will move to masks required at Level 1, and the school nurses will take over the COVID-19 contact tracing for that campus.
  3. When a school falls below 0.5% positivity rate for five consecutive school days, they will return to masks optional at Level 1

The Madison County Board of Education will continue to evaluate the impact COVID-19 has on the school district and will modify protocols as needed.

We thank you for your grace and help during this unprecedented time in our history.

Mr. Allen Perkins
Superintendent, Madison County Schools


ALLKidsis affordable, high quality, comprehensive health coverage for children under age 19, who qualify. Our benefits administrator is Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama. Annual premiums are either $52 or $104 per child (not to exceed $312 per family). ALLKids, Medicaid and the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace share a joint application, so if a child doesn’t qualify for ALLKids, the application is automatically sent to Medicaid or the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace. Detailed information and an option to apply online are provided on the ALLKidswebsite: http://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/allkids/.
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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.