Alexander/Pulaski County NAACP presents Her Story Sneaker Ball on April 6, 2024 at 6 pm. Please see attached flyer for more information.
25 days ago, Jami Green
ACO/PCO NAACP: Sneaker Ball
Grades 6-12 and Athletics will begin using Rooms, our parent-teacher communication platform in the school app! If you haven't signed up for Rooms, you should be receiving an invite via text and/or email today! You can login with either your phone number or email. After you sign up, don't forget to download the school app and click Rooms in the bottom right-hand corner to communicate with your child's teacher or coach! Download for Android https://bit.ly/3n03g2I Download for iPhone https://apple.co/3FwHha2
25 days ago, Meridian CUSD 101
rooms communication tool
Meridian CUSD #101 is currently experiencing technical difficulties. Our internet and phones are down. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
26 days ago, Brittney Mitchell
Healing Illinois Songwriting Contest
about 1 month ago, Jami Green
On One A-Chord
SAVE THE DATE: SCC FAFSA Completion Night!
about 1 month ago, Jami Green
SCC FAFSA Night
Meridian Bobcats will parade back through our towns today Sunday March 10th. With a reception at the High School at 2pm.
about 1 month ago, Meridian CUSD #101
Mrs. M. Hawkins 2nd Grade students earned a 3rd quarter “Reading is All That, and a bag of Chips” AR Party. 10/14 students have reached or exceeded 50 points and were rewarded with $5.00. Each student had to track their own progress by adding stickers to a classroom chart. All students met their individual reading goal for the quarter. Students took comprehension tests to earn points toward their goals. The class party included chips, juice and mini cupcakes. Students enjoyed an extra recess and watched Luck.
about 1 month ago, Brittney Mitchell
M Hawkins
M Hawkins
Due to the Boy's Basketball Team making the State Finals, there will be no school on Thursday, March 7th and Friday, March 8th. We encourage anyone able to come to Champaign and support the team.
about 1 month ago, Meridian CUSD #101
Announcement from AD office: The elementary boys play one game vs. Cairo today. Players should be here by 3:30. Please do not show up earlier than 3:15 due to parent/teacher conferences. The fan bus will board on the west side of the parking lot near the trailers. The bus will depart at 5:00 and return at approximately 10:30.
about 1 month ago, Brittney Mitchell
Announcement from AD office: Today's elementary boys game at Cairo has been cancelled. There will be no practice. Elementary boys basketball will play at 4:00 Friday. Players should be back at the school by 3:30 but no earlier than 3:15 because of parent/teacher conferences. Tomorrow's middle school volleyball will start at 4:30 in Vienna and will be varsity only. High School boys basketball will play Friday, March 1 at 7 p.m. in the sectional championship vs. Waterloo at Norris City-Omaha-Enfield (NCOE) High School. Tickets can be purchased at gofan.com.
about 1 month ago, Brittney Mitchell
Announcement from AD office: Today's middle volleyball match at Cypress has been moved up to a 4:00 start due to a gym issue at Cypress. The bus will leave from the front of the high school after the after-school-route busses have left. Elementary basketball will be in the high school today. The boys start at 4:00 and can meet Coach Pearman in the high school gym after school. The girls play at approximately 6:00 and should be here around 5:15. This is the girls' last game so come show support if you can. Congrats to the high school boys basketball team for advancing to the sectional championship game. They will play Friday, March 1 at 7 p.m. at Norris City-Omaha-Enfield (NCOE) High School. High school boys will practice in the elementary gym today after school.
about 2 months ago, Brittney Mitchell
March 2024 21st Century Enrichment Calendar
about 2 months ago, Brittney Mitchell
March 2024
For Black History Month Mrs. Pearcy & Ms. Vaughn's Kindergarten classes made a paper “Freedom Quilt”. They also studied what the different designs mean & how it was used with the underground railroad.
about 2 months ago, Brittney Mitchell
Freedom Quilt
Congratulations to 2nd Grade teacher Melissa Hawkins on her Award of Special Recognition from the Illinois State Board of Education's 2024 Those Who Excel and Teacher of the Year Awards! #BobcatsRising @ISBEnews
about 2 months ago, Meridian CUSD #101
Please join Meridian Elementary on February 22nd for our Black History Program at 9 AM in the elementary gym.
2 months ago, Brittney Mitchell
BHM
Due to a scheduling conflict, Meridian High School Student Council has moved the Father/Daughter, Mother/Son dance to Saturday, March 2nd from 5:30-8 PM in the High School Gym. Admission is $5 per person.
2 months ago, Brittney Mitchell
HS SC
Meridian Elementary celebrated our 100th day of school on Wednesday, January 31st! Students made shirts and hunted hidden Bobkits around our building.
2 months ago, Brittney Mitchell
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February 2024 21st Century Enrichment Calendar
2 months ago, Brittney Mitchell
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 *Seniors: Local and National Scholarships are available in the guidance office. On February 6th, 2024, Guidance will be providing a scholarship day where you will have the opportunity to come to the cafeteria and work on scholarships from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. If you plan to attend this event you will need to bring your charged chrome book to the cafeteria and be prepared to work on scholarships. We will also be partnering with SCC on scholarship day and Ms. Leslie will be here to assist with SCC Scholarships.
2 months ago, Counseling
Local Scholarships
Local Scholarships
January 29, 2024 Memo: First Pep Band Performance in 29 years! Tonight at the Boys’ Varsity Basketball game vs. Dongola, Meridian had a pep band at halftime for the first time in 29 years! Over five plus years Mr. John Windings, now with the assistance of Mr. Kenny Grundy have worked hard to create a band, which was defunct for numerous years. Starting with 4th and 5th grade students Mr. Windings has developed a program, which Meridian has not seen in a long, long time. Battling through Covid, losing students to attrition, we are starting to see the dream Mr. Windings sought when he approached the District 5 plus years ago. During this time, there has been two performances at Elementary Christmas presentations, but this was the epiphany of our new program. Congratulations to the students who performed and the staff who have assisted them to get to this point. The biggest thing our students and school can achieve out of this is getting more students to stick with the program. We have extremely talented students who only need more encouragement from home to give them access to talents, which have only been tapped. Encourage your kids to take time to get an opportunity, which can lead them to bigger roads. We are proud of this accomplishment and can’t wait to see how it grows!
2 months ago, Meridian CUSD #101
Band