• Welcome to Meadow View Elementary School | Mrs. Michelle Brakefield

    The vision of the Alabaster City Schools is to partner with families and the community to inspire and prepare graduates to be responsible and productive champions of their future.

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Announcements & Information

  • IMeadow View Elementary Student Resources

    Don't forget! You can go to our "For Students" page under the "Resources" tab on the top Menu resources to use at home. There you will find what you need for Instructional Resources at Home. There are Online Resource Links and Enrichment Lessons by Grade Level available. The Enrichment Lessons contain the most of the pages that you are receiving in your at-home packets. In addition, there are teacher-produced videos to help with phonics, phonemic awareness, math, and other subject areas. Please take advantage of these resources during this time of Distance Learning. For all ACS Distance Learning Resources visit the ACS District website @ www.acsboe.org and choose For Students from the top menu. The MVES administration, staff, and faculty are still at work to help you through this time. Stay safe! Stay well!

     


     

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  • ACS Activities and Enrichment:
    ACS Schools Here is a link that will take you to the ACS Curriculum and Instruction page. Activities are available per grade level.

     


     

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  • School Closure Feeding Program

    Link to PDF Document - Message from ACS Schools Concerning School Closure Feeding Program



     

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  • Mystery Readers

    A new resource has been posted under Student Resources - Mystery Reader. Each Monday students are invited by their teacher's to listen to a new mystery reader each week. Please enjoy!

    Click Here for Mystery Readers


     

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  • Gateway for Kindness Intitiative - Alabaster Bridges

    ACS launches Gateway for Kindness initiative via Neighborhood Bridges. We are excited to find a way to help others by providing assistance to students and families in need.

    Click Here to access Alabaster Bridges

    Click Here for Alabaster Reporter Article


     

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  • Publix Community Shopping Cards

    Parents shopping at Publix grocery stores helped MVES earn $900 last year. 

    The Publix community card that the cashier scanned at checkout will no longer be accepted.   To support our school, go to www.publix.com/partners and select Meadow View Elementary School as your preferred school under Publix Partners. Then, enter your phone number at checkout each time you make an eligible purchase. 

    Each July, you will need to check your preferences for the next school year. (You will need to login on your account and choose the "Welcome ____" to go to  your settings to update information.)

    Thank you for supporting MVES.

     

    Classroom Rewards: Staples and OfficeMax/Office Depot

    Parents! If you have purchased anything from Staples recently (even from 5/19 and you have receipts available), please go to the the Staples Classroom Rewards website, select our school and a registered teacher. Enter your receipt number and other information. The selected teacher will receive 5% on eligible purchases. Free money for our school and teachers! This offer ends 9/15/2019.

    At OfficeMax/Office Depot, simply make a purchase of qualifying school supplies, provide your school's ID at checkout(in store and online) and your designated school will receive 5% back in credits for FREE supplies! It's a small act that can make a huge difference! Our School ID#: 70115312

     

    Boxtops for Education

    Don't forget to continue Boxtops for Education from participating products. You may still send these to the school but now you participate without the clipping. Just download the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play. Here is the website: https://www.boxtops4education.com/

    Here's all of the information in one place! Again thank you for supporting our school. Ca$h for $chool Flyer


     

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  • Our Little Free Libraries are up and running! Please use these community resources. 

    Meadow View Elementary’s AL200 project is to bring Little Free Libraries to Alabaster Parks.  These libraries are a free book exchange to promote literacy in the community. Three Little Free Libraries will house various age-appropriate books for children in grades preschool through 12th grade.  These libraries will be located at MVES, Veterans' and Buck Creek Parks and will help foster a love of reading, build community, and strengthen neighborhood connections.  Please send/bring these books to Meadow View Elementary School. Thank you.

    Click Here for more Images  Little Free Library


     

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  • MVES End-of-Year Video

    Watch and Enjoy our video of events that cover the 2018-2019 School Year!

    Click Here 

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