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Principal's Message

During these unusual times, we are all doing our best to figure out what is best for our students and families.  I want to start by thanking each of you for your patience as we go through this process.  My hope is that, by the time we figure out how to best implement these practices, we will no longer need them.
Please let your students know that I love and miss them and I hope to have them returning to us soon.  In the meantime, we have created some calendars of suggested activities to keep them actively learning.  Know this:  My main goal for your student is to be healthy and safe.  Please spend time talking with them daily so that they are not afraid in these times.  Let them run, play, eat, watch tv, feel normal.  Then add in some instructional resources as you go to keep their minds sharp.  Here is a link to those calendars
Our teachers are adding resources daily and sending out things to help you out while they are at home.  These are suggestions so that they can have a variety of things to do.
We hope to see everyone back to school school.
Mrs. Williams


We believe that to be successful, our school must:
  • Understand that all students can learn
  • Foster effective communication, critical thinking, creativity and collaboration
  • Prepare students for success
  • Meet the unique needs of each child
  • Be grounded in respect and integrity
  • Have a well-defined curriculum and programs that meet or exceed state and national standards
  • Provide a safe, healthy, and dynamic learning environment
  • Have high expectations which inspire high performance
  • Enable students to be college and career ready
  • Engage and communicate with families


Meadowview Elementary School is committed to the success of every student.


At Meadowview Elementary School, it is our responsibility to prepare all students to contribute and
thrive as productive citizens in their school, community, county, and world.