GUIDANCE AND STUDENT SERVICES

Counselor:  Ms. Jennifer Barrow

Telephone:  833-4301, Press 3 when prompted.

The guidance department at Meigs Middle School provides services in educational planning and placement, implementing testing programs and interpreting test results, coordinating occupational and career information and assisting students, parents, teachers and others anytime. Students and parents are encouraged to make appointments. Parents should call 833-4301 and press option 3 when prompted. Students may stop by the Guidance Office for an appointment to see the counselor.

Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled through the Guidance Office.

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 provides that a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities will be treated equally under the law. If your child has a special need, please notify the Guidance Office.


ACADEMIC CATALOG for 2018 - 2019

Grade 6 Catalog

Grade 7 Catalog

Grade 8 Catalog

REGISTRATION FORMS for 2018 - 2019

Current Meigs students have already submitted their elective choices for the 2018 - 2019 school year.  Please contact or visit the Guidance office if you have questions or concerns about registration and course selestions for the 2018 - 2019 school year. 

6th grade Registration

7th grade Registration

8th grade Registration


 

ASSESSMENT INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

MEIGS MIDDLE SCHOOL ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE (SPRING 2018)

Assessment Schedule

*Homeschool and online students who need to take standardsized assessments at Meigs: Please contact Ms. Jennifer Barrow to schedule assessment times. 

FLORIDA STANDARDS ASSESSMENTS (FSA)

FSA Student and Families page

FSA Practice Tests

FSA Testing Policies

 

NGSSS SCIENCE

NGSSS Science Test information

NGSSS Testing Policies

 

CIVICS EOC

EOC information

EOC Practice Tests

EOC Testing Policies


MILITARY AND FAMILY LIFE COUNSELING

Meigs Middle School is excited to announce the continuance of the Military & Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program at our school this year.  The Child & Youth Behavioral Counselor (CYB), offers short-term, non-medical counseling support to assist military youth, parents, family members and staff. 

Typical issues the counselor addresses include:

·         school adjustment

·         stress management and coping skills

·         anger management/conflict resolution

·         deployment and reintegration issues

·         parenting, behavioral concerns

·         fear, grief, and loss

The MFLC provides support through engaging in activities with the youth, being available to parents and staff to discuss interactions with youth, and facilitating psycho-educational groups. Link to CAMO CATS.


 

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