Click HERE for a brochure from the Department of Education regarding the new Florida Standards Assessment.
RED RIBBON WEEK ACTIVITIES (10/27-10/31)
MONDAY is “LIFE IS SWEETER DRUG FREE” DAY
Watch the video “The Truth about Drugs” in advisory. At lunch, guess
how many pieces of candy are in the jar decorated for Red Ribbon Week. The winning advisory gets it ALL. Check it out in the cafeteria; then “advise” your advisory teacher on the winning number. All guesses due by 7:30 Friday. One guess per advisory…closest guess wins!
Please use the "Athletics" link at the right and go to the Basketball page for conditioning and tryout information.
You can order your yearbooks online HERE or go to the Wildcat Gear Webpage (Link Above) to order your 2014-15 Yearbook! Hurry because the price will go up next semester!
ReadiStep (Pre-PSAT) information is now online for those 6th and 7th grade students wishing to take it here at Meigs on October 22nd. The ReadiStep Assessment is a standardized test developed by Collegeboard, the makers of the PSAT and SAT. According to Collegeboard, the ReadiStep Assessment is the first step in a series of assessments that prepares students to take PSAT and SAT.
Briefly, the ReadiStep measures: 1) critical reading skills; 2) math problem-solving skills; and, 3) writing skills. Parents will receive a detailed scoring report. With the report, students will have free access to a college and career planning website called My Road. Specific associated information about college-readiness measures, scholarship competitions, and AP potential, as well as the registration form, can be found by clicking our link to Guidance and scrolling to "READISTEP INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION FORM."
Calling all musicians!
PSAT information is now online for those 8th grade students wishing to take it here at Meigs on October 15th. This Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test measures the reading, math, and writing skills you need for college. Specific associated information about college-readiness measures, scholarship competitions, and AP potential, as well as the registration form, can be found by clicking our link to Guidance and scrolling to "PSAT INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION FORM."
Tutoring is now available (beginning Sept 29) for all core area courses including High School credit courses and Reading. You MUST complete and return the permission form at least 24 hours before the first day your student attends tutoring to ensure that an instructor will be present. Follow the "Resources" link and click on "Tutoring Schedule" to see the schedule of tutoring opportunities as well as additional information. Plea
As we prepare for our schoolwide science fair, we look forward to providing information and a timeline, discussing science fair requirements, and providing the necessary paperwork to our parents/students at this upcoming science fair information night. All advanced content and TAG students are required to participate in the school science fair. Please feel free to take pictures of sample project boards and bring your student with you. Please see the details below and we hope to see you there.
Newly elected Student Council Officers for 2014-15 include:
- President Bentley Siner
- 1st Vice President Laura Morris
- 2nd Vice President Makenzi Harris
- Secretary Christopher Kaczor
- Treasurer Allison Oldnettle