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  • Meridian Park PTSA will be offering a Facebook LIVE Art Docent Lesson on Thursday 4/2 at 4:00pm. Tune in then or catch the replay. We're doing a mixed media project and helpful supplies include:
    - a cereal box cut into 6" squares (this is our canvas)
    - a variety of papers (scrapbook, newspaper, magazines, tissue paper, something you've colored - anything with texture and interest)
    - glue and paintbrush (mod podge, tacky glue, regular glue, anything works)
    - a couple small paintbrushes
    - paint (acrylic or watercolor)
    - pastels or crayons or markers
    You can make art with whatever you have available at your home. It's a great project for all students and their grown ups. Let's have art class together again, Cheetahs!”
    Here is the page link where the online event will be hosted:
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  • Accessing & Using Online Resources from Home

    Hello MP Families,

    If you would like to access online resources from home, please open the document, MP Online Login Information, for detailed directions on how to do so. 

    MP Online Login Information

    The document includes "how to" directions for:


    ~Our MP Capstone eBook Library

    ~Using KCLS Resources, including checking out their eBooks and audiobooks, using databases, and more

    ~Keyboarding practice


    Here is a document with pictures that provides instructions for using Classlink and online resources.


    Here is a video with directions for using Classlink from home. 


    Take care and be well!

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  • Meridian Park Elementary, located in the west-central core of the Shoreline School District, has an enrollment of approximately 700 students in grades K-6.

    The mission of the school is to provide the best possible learning environment for children, one that is emotionally and physically safe. This environment is also one in which students, staff, and families collaborate to promote an appreciation of diversity, positive interdependence, and intellectual curiosity, as well as high individual, social, and academic expectations and a passion for life.

    The school includes a special education program as well as classes for highly capable students.

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