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The first day of the 2014-2015 school year is August 8 for students!! Have a safe and restful summer!! Please click here to view the DRAFT of the 2014-15 school calendar. For questions or comments, please contact Assistant Superintendent William Edgar at

In preparation for the Greenville High - Greenville Middle School merger, many old yearbooks have been found. Years 1996 - 2013 are available but quantities are limited. If you would like to purchase any of these yearbooks for $10.00, please contact Briggetta Holloway at Greenville High or via email at

MCSS needs your help evaluating parent involvement programs/services for 2013-2014.
The Meriwether County School System (MCSS) needs your help evaluating parent involvement programs/services and school quality for the 2013-2014 school year.  Please take a few minutes to complete our Spring Parent Questionnaire, which will help us know how to meet the interests and needs of your family effectively.  Please answer each question as openly and honestly as possible, your answers will be anonymous.  Only one survey should be completed per household.  Thank you for participating.  We appreciate and value your opinions.
Thank you...MCSS Office of Federal Programs
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Meriwether County Schools have chosen their Teachers of the Year and Paraprofessionals of the Year.

George E. Washington Elementary School                          

Teacher: Kerri  Geter                          Paraprofessional:  Koronda Phillips

Mountain View  Elementary School

Teacher: Carla Sims                            Para: Dawn Brown     

Unity Elementary School

Teacher: Diedre Stephens                  Para: Sally Willis

Greenville Middle School

Teacher: Marshay Harris                    Para: Janice Simmons

Manchester Middle School

Teacher: Kizmet Kendrick                   Para: Pat Willis

Greenville High School

Teacher: Makeshia Butler                  Para: India Denson

Manchester High School

Teacher: Valerie  Ingram                   Para: Gail Melson

Congratulations to all of these dedicated professionals. Meriwether County is extremely proud of you!


On Saturday, April 12, the Transportation Department hosted the annual  Bus Road-e-o for bus drivers in Meriwether County. Ms. Marie Prather is the Champion Driver of all of our drivers! She is pictured here with Transportation Director Darryl Hazelwood receiving her prize money and recognition plaque. Congratulations to Ms. Prather and a big thank you to all of the bus drivers who safely transport our students daily to and from school.

  July 2014  
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Upcoming Events:

   Meriwether County Board Meeting
   Aug 12 2014 at 07:00 PM
   Meriwether County Board Meeting
   Sep 09 2014 at 07:00 PM
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   Oct 14 2014 at 07:00 PM
   Meriwether County Board Meeting
   Nov 11 2014 at 07:00 PM
   Meriwether County Board Meeting
   Dec 16 2014 at 07:00 PM
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The Meriwether County School District is committed to do whatever it takes for all students to aim high, achieve, graduate and succeed. 

The vision of the Meriwether County School District is doing what is right for our students and student learning. Our teachers care enough to do whatever it takes to make a difference for every child. We have high expectations for each student, which are demonstrated in every class, every day, and are supported at home and in our communities. 

We value: 
• Quality Relationships: Building understanding and trust so that the school, home and community are all working together to meet the needs of the students. 
• Involvement: Participating in all aspects of the student’s education. 
• Active Learning: Engaging everyone in striving to create the best opportunities for learning. 
• Rigor: Creating learning opportunities that equip every student to perform to their maximum potential. 
• Relevance: Students are able to relate to and understand the concepts being learned. 
• Citizenship: Learning responsibility to contribute to society. 
• Character: Qualities that prepare students to become successful adults. 
• Accountability: Acknowledgement of being responsible for one’s own actions. Holding everyone to a standard of success.