Rodeo
On Saturday, April 12, the Transportation Department hosted the annual  Bus Road-e-o for bus drivers in Meriwether County. Ms. Marie Prather is the Champion Driver of all of our drivers! She is pictured here with Transportation Director Darryl Hazelwood receiving her prize money and recognition plaque. Congratulations to Ms. Prather and a big thank you to all of the bus drivers who safely transport our students daily to and from school.

On Thursday, April 10, Manchester Middle School honored the 3rd Nine Weeks Principal's List and A-B Honor roll students. Congratulations to these deserving students!

Thank You Parents! 
A big thank you to all of the parents that attended the Spring Parent Information Session focusing on Dual Enrollment held on Tuesday, April 9th at the Board of Education Office.  Your feedback and input is always welcomed and necessaryto improve and strengthen our School System.

The Georgia Department of Education will join other states and organizations across the nation in celebrating April as the Month of the Military Child.
 
On April 15, Meriwether County will take a day to “Purple Up! For Military Kids.” All students and employees are encouraged to  wear purple and honor the children of military families in Georgia’s public schools.


College and Career Workshop
April 16 5:00pm-7:00pm
 

Last day of school - May 15
Teacher In-service day May 16

 

Look what has happened at Unity Elementary School!!

Neal Sims

 The Students at Unity collected - and met their goal - Pennies for Patients. Mrs. Sims and Mrs. Neal kept their end of the bargain made with students who worked hard to collect pennies and both of them KISSED A PIG!!!


Since 1994, millions of dollars have been raised in pennies and other spare change by more than 10 million elementary, middle and high school students throughout the country. The funds, collected during a three-week period, benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Everyone who participates is a winner!
Students across the country are collecting pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters during the Pennies for Patients campaigns benefiting the Society.

  

Testing Season is HERE!!

Grades 3-8
CRCT-M - April 15 - April 24
CRCT - April 22 - May 1 
(All tests administered Paper/Pencil)

CRCT Retest
May 12 - May 16
(Administered Online)

Grades 9-12
EOCT
April 28 - May 2
(All tests administered Online)


For further information, please visit your schools website or the assessment page.

Meriwether County is offering Paraprofessional GACE testing opportunities. Please click here for more information.

Upcoming Events:

   CRCT-M Math
   Apr 16 2014
   CRCT-M English
   Apr 17 2014
   CRCT-M Make-up
   Apr 18 2014
   CRCT-M Make-up
   Apr 21 2014
   CRCT Reading
   Apr 22 2014
       
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Mission
The Meriwether County School District is committed to do whatever it takes for all students to aim high, achieve, graduate and succeed. 

Vision
The vision of the Meriwether County School District is doing what is right for our students and student learning. Our teachers care enough to do whatever it takes to make a difference for every child. We have high expectations for each student, which are demonstrated in every class, every day, and are supported at home and in our communities. 

Values
We value: 
• Quality Relationships: Building understanding and trust so that the school, home and community are all working together to meet the needs of the students. 
• Involvement: Participating in all aspects of the student’s education. 
• Active Learning: Engaging everyone in striving to create the best opportunities for learning. 
• Rigor: Creating learning opportunities that equip every student to perform to their maximum potential. 
• Relevance: Students are able to relate to and understand the concepts being learned. 
• Citizenship: Learning responsibility to contribute to society. 
• Character: Qualities that prepare students to become successful adults. 
• Accountability: Acknowledgement of being responsible for one’s own actions. Holding everyone to a standard of success.