We look forward to our students returning to school on Monday, July 27th!
Meridian Elementary School is ending Distance Learning on May 20th.
The school will go on extended Spring/Summer Break from May 22nd through July 24th.
The last two weeks of the 2019-2020 school year will be held from Monday, July 27th through Friday, August 7th.
Below is a link to a letter from our Superintendent, Marty Ofenham, explaining how we are handling the rest of the school year and what the beginning of next school year will look like.
Please let us know if you have any questions. Stay safe and healthy! 🙂
Upcoming Event Dates:
May 20th, 2020
May 22nd-July 24th, 2020
Enjoy your break!
July 27th, 2020
School from 8:00-12:00
Meridian Elementary School
We are a free, K-8 public school and we offer the following to each of our students:
Outdoor Education w/Multiple Field Trips in ALL grade levels for both Outdoor & Community Education and classroom connections
Formal After School Program until 4:00 p.m. daily
Continued sports programs in both team sports and individual sports
Weekly Music, Art, and Robotics classes
The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is a system of assessments that measure student progress in different subjects. CAASPP is designed to help teachers monitor the needs and successes of individual students as they progress toward mastery of the state adopted standards.
Meridian Elementary Schools scores for the 2018/2019 school year showcase all the hard work, dedication, and commitment to academic excellence that our students and teachers are committed to. We are so pleased that every grade level tested showed incredible improvement and growth in every academic area when compared to the previous 2017/2018 CAASPP scores.
There are openings for interested students and families!
Call 530-696-2604 & leave a message and we'll get back to you!
Or, click the link below and send your information in an email and we'll get back to you!
FUN at Meridian!
Dear Meridian Community,
It is quite the privilege to be writing this message to express how we at this unique family school will care for our present and future while caring for its legacy and tradition. Each and every day, I hold the bar for excellence with one question: “Is this what I’d want for my child?” That is what each and every student and family can count on here at Meridian Elementary School and District.
Every decision is made through the lens of what is best for students first, with care and kindness to staff, families and community. With the above question and this barometer as a guide for all we do, we can not help being successful academically, socially and in decisions about life.
We have begun this journey by adding elements to the program that may have been missing in enrichment activities and never been done here before like Outdoor Education. With the excitement of the new, we also will not rest instructionally until we have met the needs of our students to achieve well in English Language Arts and Mathematics. We know that a well-rounded education inspires students and motivates our kids to want to come to school to learn and achieve!
I can go on and on about all the experience the staff will bring, the positive systems to enhance school culture, rewards for achievement and doing the right things, the instructional practices we all know and are keenly able to provide; however, in the end it is how we respond to our students’ needs and the relationships we build to ensure students’ high levels of excellence as scholars, citizens and people.
That will be our ultimate contribution to all our futures. Teachers and educators have the greatest responsibility in the world as we help shape the future in tandem with our parents and community and we take it to heart and seriously as we know we are giving care to our families’ greatest treasures.
They are in good hands!
Sincerely and with gratitude,
Marty Ofenham, Superintendent