Meadow Brook Magic
COVID-19 Dismissal 5/4/20
This week we are looking forward to our student belongings pick-up and parade! For specific information, please see the guidelines below.
Next year, a few spots on our school's School Community Council are available. The purpose of this council is to review and enhance our School Improvement Plan by setting goals and allocating Trustland funds to meet those goals. If several parents express interest, an election will be held. Please e-mail me if you have an interest in participating on this council.
If you know for certain that your student will not be returning to Meadow Brook in the fall, please let the office know as soon as possible or let me know via email. This will help us as we balance classes for next year. If you have information that you would like to share with us in regards to the class placement of your child for next year, we will have a form available for you next week.
Remember that we are here for you! We are very grateful for our association with each of you and hope for the best for you and your family!
Wednesday, May 6th: Parade at 1:00 pm
Monday, May 11th-15th: Teacher Appreciation Week
May 22nd: Last Day of School/Chromebook Drop-Off, Library Book Returns & Yearbook Pick-Up Day
Wednesday, May 6th
These Meadow Brook teams will be leaving the school and following the parade route (shown above) at these times:
1:05—Preschool & Kinder
1:45—SPED & Planning Time
We would ask that your students please stay on your porch or grass and not come out to the parade route UNLESS the parade route does not go directly by your house. In order to allow chains of cars to stay together, we could not create a map that goes down every cul-de-sac or street. If you happen to live in an area that we are not passing by, you are welcome to meet us somewhere along the parade route. Please, please help us keep social distancing guidelines.
We would love to see our Mustangs show their school pride by wearing their Meadow Brook t-shirts.
Teacher Appreciation Week May 11-15th
A message from our PTA President
Teacher Appreciation Week will be May 11th- 15th. Although we have been away from our teachers for a long time we still want to show our teachers how much we love and appreciate them. They work hard every year and have worked extra hard to help our kids through distant learning. We have come up with some ideas of ways show our teachers how much we appreciate their hard work.
Thank you, Mrs. Kelli Oswald
Student Belongings Pick-Up
Student Belongings Pick-Up Schedule
1. Allow teachers and students to connect for a few minutes.
2. Be as accommodating as possible to everyones schedules.
3. Continue to follow physical distancing guidelines.
In order to meet these objectives, our schedule might look complex. However, teachers are anxious to see their students and so we think the crazy pick-up schedule is worth it. We do have a few teachers who due to health concerns will NOT be able to participate; I hope you will be understanding of this. You will find that these teachers are NOT listed on the following schedule.
Teachers will be handing student belongings right through the window. We hope that by staggering pick-up times, the teachers will keep shorter lines and have a few minutes to talk with your student. However, we would ask that students stay in their cars so as to insure we follow physical distancing guidelines.
We recognize that many of you have several students and might not be able/or want to come several different times to pick up your students. We absolutely understand that! As a result, we have created an additional pick-up day on Thursday from 9-3. Teachers will not be handing things out on Thursday, but ANY student can come at any time. Students whose teachers are unable to come to the pick-up, will be asked to come during this time.
If none of these times work for you, you can come into the office Monday-Friday any time from 8-3 AFTER Thursday, May 7th.
You will notice on the map a Lost-and-Found Drive by. Any items not collected next week, will be donated.