Basketball and Soccer Tryouts

Basketball Tryouts

Girls Tryouts: October 25th and 26th from 4pm-6pm

Boys Tryouts: November 1st and 2nd from 2pm-4pm

Soccer Tryouts

Girls Tryouts: October 25th, 26th, and 27th from 2pm-3:45pm

Boys Tryouts: October 25th, 26th, and 27th from 4pm-5:30pm

To try out, all athletes must have a current athletic packet and parent permission slip in order to try out. 


What is PBIS?

PBIS at Meigs Middle School- Home of the Wildcats!

PBIS stands for Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports. This is the system that we follow to keep the school a positive learning environment. By teaching students the WILDCAT WAY, we promote the best possible school experience for our students! Simply put, the Wildcat Way means students at Meigs are Respectful, Responsible, Safe, and they Own their Own Actions!

As a staff, we regularly teach, practice, and review the behavior expecctations of all students at Meigs. Our students are rewarded for exhibiting positive behaviors and Cat Cash is given out by all members of our staff. Students then use their Cat Cash to "buy" prizes they really want! 

If you would like to donate for Cat Cash Corner, please contact Mr. Chancellor at or call 850-833-4301. It takes an entire school community to keep this program successful! 

Universal school-wide policies that PBIS supports of which you should be aware:

Electronic Device Policy-

  • All electronic devices (cell phones, ipods, ipads, laptops) and accessories (earbuds, beats, bluetooth, etc.) must be out of sight and on silent.
  • Electronic devices may be used before/after school, and at lunch only. 
  • Electronic devices may not be used during passing time on the ramps
  • Electronic devices cannot capture or records voice or image (picture or video) in bathrooms, locker rooms, etc. 
  • Electronic devices must be used respectfully and responsibly by all students for the safety of others. 
  • A device may be confiscated if it interferes with the learning environment.
    • 1st offense- warning to put device away
    • 2nd offense- device will be in office for student to pick up at end of day
    • 3rd offense and beyond- device will be in office for a parent to pick up at the end of the day 

Rationale: safety, decreaase learning distractions


COVID Information


Here is some important information about COVID for parents and students.

Meigs Bus Schedules

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Parents and Students can find the Meigs Bus Schedules here!


Wildcat Weekly for Parents

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Want to stay informed with what's happening at Meigs? View the Wildcat Weekly newsletter for parents at


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Controlled Open Enrollment for the 2021 - 2022 School Year


The Controlled Open Enrollment process is how parents/guardians can seek enrollment for their child in a school other than their zoned school of attendance. Applications should NOT be submitted for schools that are in the attendance zone of the parents/guardians. Please use the School Site Locator to determine the zoned schools for an address..

You can apply for Controlled Open Enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year and applications will be approved on a “first come, first served” basis until capacity is achieved.

Controlled Open Enrollment Application




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