This year Meridian will be using ON-LINE CONFERENCE SCHEDULING through Family Access. Click the link above for more information and complete instructions on how to schedule your conference time. If you have not registered for a conference time by 11/13 you will be assigned a time. A confirmation postcard will be sent to you with your assigned time.
In November we will be doing a onetime Meridian spirit wear order. Items available are a sweatshirt, short sleeve t-shirt and long sleeve tech shirt. All order forms along with the money need to be turned into the cashier’s office by Nov. 30th, items will arrive in Dec. before we leave for break.Click the link above for the order form.
The Kent School District is addressing necessary scheduling challenges for the upcoming middle school sports seasons. Like other school districts in the region, we are experiencing a shortage of bus drivers which impacts our ability to hold both practices and contests with the same schedule we have used in the past. So that we can make the best use of the resources available, keep students in class as long as possible, take advantage of our new district schedule, and continue our full standard of sports offerings, the following scheduling adjustments are necessary: Season 4 begins on Monday, April 16th and must now include Girls and Boys Soccer along with Track & Field. The Girls Soccer matches will be played on Mondays and Thursdays starting Thursday, May 3 while the Boys Soccer matches will play on Tuesdays and Fridays starting Friday, May 4th. Soccer matches will be doubleheaders with the varsity starting at 3:45 and the 7th grade match to follow. Track & Field meets will be scheduled weekly on Thursdays after school. Season 4 student-athletes will not practice or compete on Early Release Wednesdays and will be released at 1:10 to go home. We recognize that these necessary adjustments will impact many participants in our system and appreciate the flexibility of our student-athletes, families, coaches, support staff, and communities as we work to maintain robust athletic programs in our schools.
Students learn about respiration and measurements in lab experiments.
Mary (Mimi) Vosper was recognized by the Washington Library Association.