Tardy to school – Students are considered tardy when they arrive on campus any time after 7:15 AM. Tardy students must sign in at the attendance office.
Tardy to class – A student is considered tardy to class when they arrive after the last bell has finished ringing and must report to the nearest tardy office
Tardy Office Locations: 1.357, 4.114, 3.209
Definition of AWOL: Being absent from school or class without permission
Examples of AWOL: Skipping an entire class period; being 10 or more minutes late to class without an excused pass; leaving class without the teacher’s permission
How can I avoid being AWOL?
Be responsible and hold yourself to a higher standard. Attend all of your classes. Use time management to get to class on time and stay in class. Bring sick notes from your parent or guardian to the attendance office for any missed school days.
We are excited about serving your children a healthy breakfast and lunch. Please feel free to call us with any questions or concerns.
There is NO LUNCH CHARGING at Meadowcreek High School. We are sorry but this is a county policy.
Check out the link on the left of this page to play Neat Trivia or the bulletin board in the commons.
Answer the question correctly and get registered for a chance to win Movie Tickets.
Breakfast & Lunch Menu for SY14
GCPS High School Lunch Menu
Apply for Free or Reduced lunch
Online Free & Reduced Lunch Application
Check your students account or add money at any time.
My Payments Plus
Meal Pay Refunds
Contact Enes Selimovic
Refund Request Form
NEAT is an exciting program to help educate students on nutrition and healthy eating. We visit classrooms to teach students different nutrition facts monthly, and provide taste tests of different fruits or vegetables.
Students have the opportunity to win two movie tickets by correctly answering the Trivia Question of the month which is displayed in the commons or by clicking the link to the left of this page.
Check out the monthly fact sheets and handouts below. This year our focus is on locally grown foods.
MHS Cafeteria Staff
Stella Drake – Manager
Clenese Brown – Assistant Manager
Meadowcreek High School’s dress code is designed to maintain an academic focus in the classroom. Before coming to school, students and parents should ensure the student’s clothing meets the following dress code guidelines. If, in the judgment of the administration or staff, a student’s attire is likely to cause a distraction or disruption, the student will be dealt with on an individual basis.
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Consequences for clothing:
1st offense=Referral with a warning consequence (student must be able to change clothes to fit within the dress code. If the attire cannot meet compliance then the student will report to ISS).
2nd offense=Referral with a consequence of ISS.
3rd offense=Referral with a consequence of OSS.
Consequences for Headgear:
All headgear will be confiscated, processed with a referral and then returned after 24 hours.
Student use of electronic devices during the school day will be permitted providing there is no disruption to the learning environment at Meadowcreek High School. In order to maintain a safe learning environment that encourages students to focus on learning and instruction, the following policy will be in effect for the 2013-2014 school year.
Students may be in possession of an electronic device, but only allowed to use the device before class, during transition between classes, during lunch and after school.
As always, parents who need to contact a student during the school day in the event of an emergency should call the school office.
The administration does not encourage students to bring electronic devices to school therefore searches and investigations will not be conducted for lost or stolen items.
Students not adhering to the usage timeframe will be issued consequences.
2014-2015 Meeting Dates
September 10, 2014
November 18, 2014
January 20, 2015
March 24, 2015
The A+ Education Reform Act of 2000 established school councils in Georgia to “bring communities and schools closer together in a spirit of cooperation to:
Who Serves on a School Council?
School councils are comprised of a minimum of seven council members:
Council members serve a term of two years, or for a term specified in the council’s bylaws.
What are the Roles and Responsibilities of Council Members?
All members of the School Council must:
Collaboration: We work in partnership with a wide array of individuals and organizations to accomplish our agreed-upon goals.
Commitment: We are dedicated to promoting children’s health, well-being, and educationa success through strong parent, family, and community involvement.
Accountability: We acknowledge our obligations. We deliver on our promises.
Respect: We value our colleagues and ourselves. We expect the same high quality effort and thought from ourselves as we do from others.
Inclusivity: We invite the stranger and welcome the newcomer. We value and seek input from as wide a spectrum of viewpoints and experiences as possible.
Integrity: We act consistently with our beliefs. When we err, we acknowledge the mistake and seek to make amends.
The Purposes of the PTSA are:
-To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship.
-To raise the standards of home life.
-To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth.
-To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the education of children and youth.
-To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education.
Membership is open to anyone who believes in the Mission and Purposes of the PTSA. Every person who joins the MHS PTSA automatically becomes a member of both the State and National PTAs.
To learn more or to join the Meadowcreek High School PTSA, please visit our website: http://MeadowcreekPTSA.weebly.com
**If you do not have your student’s transcripts, complete the Records Request form and fax it to the previous school prior to requesting a registration appointment. Once the records have been received, a registration counselor will call you to set an appointment. If the Records Release Request form has not been completed correctly or is missing information we will not be able to obtain the necessary records and will not be able to scheule an appointment.
Parents may also register online by clicking HERE.
How to Create a MyPaymentsPlus Account:
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What is a Title I School?
Most educators, parents and community members have heard the term Title 1 School. Being able to answer what is a title 1 school as established by the U.S. Department of Education, however, is more difficult. Title 1 is the nation’s oldest and largest federally funded program, according to the U.S. Department of Education. Annually, it provides over $7 billion to school systems across the country for students at risk of failure and living at or near poverty.
Originally, the idea of Title 1 was enacted in 1965 under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. This policy committed to closing the achievement gap between low-income students and other student. The policy was rewritten in 1994 to improve fundamental goals of helping at-risk students. With the implementation of No Child Left Behind, schools must make adequate yearly progress on state testing and focus on best teaching practices in order to continue receiving funds.
What is the Purpose of Title I Funding?
According to the U.S. Department of Education the purpose of Title 1 funding, “is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high quality education and reach, at minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.”
The basic principles of Title 1 state that schools with large concentrations of low-income students will receive supplemental funds to assist in meeting student’s educational goals. Low-income students are determined by the number of students enrolled in the free and reduced lunch program. For an entire school to qualify for Title 1 funds, at least 40% of students must enroll in the free and reduced lunch program.
How are Title I Funds Used?
How to use Title 1 funds rests with each school. Title 1 funds can be used to improve curriculum, instructional activities, counseling, parental involvement, increase staff and program improvement. The funding should assist schools in meeting the educational goals of low-income students. According to the U.S. Department of Education, Title 1 funds typically support supplemental instruction in reading and math. Annually, this program reaches over six million students.
Title I and Parent Documents: