The Pre-Kdgn through 6th grade students held their annual Holiday Program Monday night to a large crowd of parents and grandparents under the direction of Miss Buck, Music Teacher. First picture shows Carlos Dimas, member of Student Council, presenting a check to the Ronnie & Cycilia Horn family. The Student Council hosted a pancake, egg and sausage benefit November 20th for the family which lost their house in a house fire . . .
The Meridian One Act team had a successful season. The 36 students earned 7 superior ratings in three contests. They presented, “The Idiot and the Oddity,” by Doug Rand, produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc. www.playschrips.com . The play is a parody on Ancient Greece. The story: In order to earn her stripes as a full-fledged deity, Polaris must help Protagonis (the loser kid brother . . .
PreKindergarten and Kindergarten students enjoyed the first snow of the 2016-2017 winter season today at recess. They were all busy building a snowman that was taller than most of them.
Scores and Write-Ups on the games/meets - Basketball - Wrestling
Monday, December 12th - Jr. High Boys Tourney @ Lewiston Monday, December 19 & Tuesday, December 20th - Axtell Holiday Tournament Friday, Dec. 2nd game KUTT Channel 32 Andrew Lacy - DORCHESTER – The Meridian boys and girls basketball teams were both winners in their first games of the year Friday Dec. 2nd, with the boys beating Dorchester 43-41 while the girls won 57-31. Meridian fell . . .
**Lady Mustangs have best finish in 36 years** Coming into the championship game against defending champions Johnson Brock, Meridian knew they faced a tough battle. They came out and won the first set, 25-18. Johnson Brock was able to win the next 3 sets, 25-12, 25-21 & 25-21. The Runnerup finish for Meridian was the best finish since they placed runnerup back in 1980. The Lady Mustangs finish the season 26-6. - See more in next . . .
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a time to honor and remember children and families affected by these rare diseases, and help rally support to give kids with cancer better outcomes by supporting our groundbreaking research. During the month of September: 25,000 families around the world will get the horrible news that their child or teen has cancer. 6,667 families will experience the loss of a child. . . .