SMILES Traveling Dental Clinic is in Meridian School District this week. If your child has not yet had the required dental exam (Grades Kg, 2nd, 6th and 9th), this would be the perfect chance for them to have it done. Call the Elementary or High School office to find out how.
The Bobcat Basketball season opened last night at the Vienna Classic!
Picture Re-Take Day is December 3. If a student missed the first picture day, this is their chance to have their picture made. MS & HS Groups and Teams will also have pictures made December 3.
Thanksgiving break is Wednesday, Thursday and Friday November 27, 28 and 29. School will resume Monday, December 2.
Big win for the Lady Bobcats!
It is once again time to take the 5 Essentials survey for the State! Please click the following link to access the survey! https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/login/ We appreciate you taking the time to complete the Survey! #BobcatsRising
We hope you will come out and support the Lady Bobcats 2019-20 debut at the Lady Bobcat Classic! The Lady Bobcats play Joppa at 8pm. The first game of the tournament tips a 5pm! #BobcatsRising
Book Fair - November 18th - 22nd
The Parent/Community meeting scheduled for tomorrow night in Pulaski is being rescheduled to a later date due to conflicting with the PTSO Paint party held at the school at 6pm. We encourage you to attend the paint party! We will confirm a new date on Friday. Thank you!
Meridian CUSD #101 would like to congratulate the following for their election as the First State Bank of Olmsted and Meridian CUSD #101 Student’s and Champion’s of the Month. The Student of the Month of October 2019 were as follows: Ms. Gilliland nominated Amari Troxler for student of the month of October for the following reasons: “Great all around citizen--kind, well mannered, helpful, always has her homework done, loves her school!” Congratulations to Amari on her selection! Mr. Haskins nominated Madison Schnoffer for Student of the Month for October for the following reasons: “Always doing extra work for others...is tremendously supportive to maintain her honor roll statues and works 30 hours a week at J C Penny's in Cape.” Congratulations to Madison for her selection! Mrs. Thompson nominated Alia Houston for the October student of the month for the following reasons: “Alia is my reminder! If i forget things, she always sends me a text to remind me. She has been doing this since 6th grade. I appreciate her so much for being responsible.” Congratulations to Alia for her selection as a Student of the Month! The First State Bank of Olmsted Champion of the Month for October is Mr. Chauncey Hughes. Mrs. Thompson nominated Mr. Hughes for the following reasons: “Chauncey has taken a couple kids under his wing and he has inspired some of them to be better so they can play basketball. One of those students has never had a passing grade in my class and this is his third year with me, Chauncey has given him some support and drive and he is passing my class for the 1st time.” Congratulations to all of those who were nominated and the winners. We are proud of you! #BobcatsRising
Remember, there will be no student attendance Thursday, October 31 nor Friday, November 1 due to parent/teacher conferences.
Ms. Rhonda working with Pre-K to build a floor puzzle.
Happy Principal Appreciation week to my fantastic team of Ms. Boren, Ms. Harris, Ms. Smith and Mr. Terry! #BobcatsRising Where we try to influence lives and help kids in a positive way!
Bobkits pick up a 50-40 win over Cairo at the Rend Lake Jr. High Shootout! #BobcatsRising
Pre-K did an awesome job during our Earthquake Drill today!
Meridian Elementary Fall Festival!
Pre-K had there Purple Day today! This is just a few of the students.
Today Vienna and Meridian students worked on a joint project in conjunction with 4-H! #BobcatsRising
Parents and Students of Meridian School District are invited to participate in a Fall Festival Thursday evening, October 17. You are invited to enjoy a chili supper from 5 until 5:30. There are many activities planned for the evening for parents and students to enjoy. There will be games, prizes, bounce houses, dances, face painting and a book swap. Activities will be in both the High School and Elementary gyms. Armbands allowing participation will be sold for $5.