Welcome to
Meadowfield Elementary
 
A National Paideia Center Model School

Check out the new Paideia Calendar
 to see all the great coached projects
 that are going on at Meadowfield!

Character Theme:

Respect

Respect for ourselves guide
our morals; respect for others guide our manners.


~Laurence Sterne




PURPOSE STATEMENT
The purpose of Meadowfield Elementary is to provide quality education, develop responsible citizens and nurture lifelong learners.



VISION
In partnership with our community, Meadowfield will advance intellectual and social growth within an active, democratic, learning environment which supports and encourages lifelong learning.
 
 
MISSION
Meadowfield will develop academic excellence, responsibility in citizenship and character, and contributions to society for every student.
 
 
BELIEFS
  • Everyone learns
  • Everyone deserves a quality education in a safe, supportive environment
  • Learning is the activity of one's own mind in response to opportunities and effort
  • Everyone is responsible for his/her choices and actions
  • Communication, relationships and community involvement are essential in educational excellence
  • Change is necessary for continuous growth  
 
We are Richland One, a leader in transforming lives through education, empowering all students to achieve their potential and dreams.

News and Events

District Accreditation Parent Survey

In order to determine how Richland One is meeting its mission, parents are invited to participate in a survey.

To complete the survey, go to
http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/8739232
 

Read more...

Upcoming Events

Thursday, April 24
Interim Reports
Principal for the Day
Ann Gordan,
School Liasion Officer - Fort Jackson
SIC Meeting
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Friday, April 25
PTO Spring Carnival
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Monday, April 28
Teacher Appreciation Week

From the Principal

Our Principal, Paula Kitchens Stephens, attended Meadowfield Elementary and is proud to be a Meadowfield Mustang. She graduated from Lower Richland High School and obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of South Carolina. In her thirty years as an educator, Mrs. Stephens has taught, served as an assistant principal and as a principal.