Meridian Ranch Elementary School

  • Weather Alert: Closed, Friday, November 22 

    District 49 is closed for Friday, November 22. Significant icing across the district has made it unsafe for plowing and transportation workers to prepare district sites for safe operations.

    A wintry mix of freezing drizzle has created a dangerous drive across much of our district. Our plowing crews on the roads are reporting a layer of hard ice under more than an inch of fresh snow, making it impossible to stop safely even with proper equipment. Forecasts indicate these conditions will intensify through the morning making it risky for drivers and walkers. 

    FHS will utilize an E-learning day Friday. 

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  • Weather Alert: D49 Closed, Friday, November 22

    Significant icing across the district has made it unsafe for plowing and transportation workers to prepare district sites for safe operations. Our plowing crews on the roads are reporting a layer of hard ice under more than an inch of fresh snow, making it impossible to stop safely even with proper equipment.

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  • AHERA Asbestos Notification

    District 49 is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our children and staff. We completed multiple projects this summer; where we hired a licensed asbestos removal contractor to remove some of the asbestos containing material from five of six schools.

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Meridian Ranch Elementary School

  • The mission of Meridian Ranch Elementary School, a high-achieving, innovative community that puts kids first, is to cultivate critical and creative thinkers, collaborators, and communicators by fostering personalized learning experiences within a safe and nurturing environment built on a foundation of relationships that embrace diversity and individuality for success in a global society.

MRES Updates

  • MRES 2019-20 Attendance Goals Support Student Achievement 

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    Research supports the correlation between attendance and student achievement

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  • MRES Announces New Kiss-n-Go Lane

    Students will now be able to be Dropped-off and Picked-up in our new Kiss-n-Go Lane in the South (gravel) parking lot. The image below shows the traffic flow for the new lane. There is also one minor change to the original kiss-n-Go: Vehicles may now only turn left when leaving the front parking lot during drop-off and pick-up times. This is to allow better traffic flow in the new lane. Click here to see a short video describing the traffic flow for all three lanes.

    MRES kiss-n-go lanes  


     

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  • MRES Supports High Prairie Library: We support our students in having access to quality reading material whether at home, school, or anywhere else in life. As part of that commitment, we partner with the High Plains Library. Download their student-centered schedule of events for November or check out the full interactive calendar. Read about The Benefits of Having a Library Card! 


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  • D49 Volunteer Application: Click on the link below to begin a volunteer application: http://d49.org/domain/265


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