Meeker Public Schools
This website provides information about upcoming events for the whole district as well as the individual sites. It also provide links to the Gradebook Program, the ACT website, and other websites throughout the year that have beneficial information for parents and students.
We are in the process of building a new and better website so check back often for additional updates. Be sure to subscribe to the calendar to stay informed of upcoming events. This is a new feature that our old website did not offer.
If you are new to the district and are not familiar with our gradebook program make sure you have a password to access your student's account to keep up with their assignments and cumulative grade for each class. There is a gradebook link in the right hand corner of the website to take you directly to the gradebook access webpage.
The teachers' and administrators' email addresses and phone numbers are listed so don't hesitate to communicate any suggestions, concerns, or words of appreciation that you might have.
PARENT'S GUIDE TO READING SUFFICIENCY ACT
The following information is for parents of all kindergarten through third grade students, click here. If you have any questions, please contact the elementary principal, Mike McAfee, at 279-3811.
FAMILY READING NIGHT AT MEEKER SCHOOLS
Parents of all Meeker Elementary, Middle, and High School students are encouraged to visit the campus their child attends during parent/teacher conferences on March 13 and 14. Reading specialists and principals will be available to provide more information about each site’s Title I schoolwide plan focusing on reading achievement. Handouts regarding reading services and family resources will be supplied as well.
CAREER EXPLORATION EVENING AT MEEKER HIGH SCHOOL
THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2014-5:00-7:00 PM
Students at Meeker Middle and High School will have the opportunity to explore careers on Thursday evening.
As a school district we would like to implement awareness to help students make the transition from school to work. Occupational awareness is an important part of the career development process. Many times students will express a desire for a specific career or some may not have any idea what direction to go.
Hosting a Career Exploration Evening may help provide students with some insight on many different careers.
We will have around 20 different career areas to choose from. Students and parents are invited to choose areas of interest and go in the classroom to speak with individuals concerning the career they choose. Please ask a lot of questions, that is why they are here! This is your opportunity to explore.
High school will have Pre-enrollment, Parent/Teacher Conferences on the same evening. Please keep your assigned time to pre-enroll then feel free to explore careers.
If you have any questions please call Ms. Baker @ 788-4540 or email @ email@example.com