welcome TO OUR SCHOOL
As a member of the Winston County Arts Council, Blythe Welton teaches
art at both Meek Elementary and Meek High School.
Meek now has a fully-equipped pottery studio and these photos show Mrs. Kimbrell’s 4th grade class making clay plaques impressed with wildflowers and roadside grasses.
Blythe Welton works with grades 3-6 in the studio and professional potter, Sandra Heaven, works with the 9th grade Fine Arts class.
The vision of Meek Elementary School is to prepare our students to reach their personal potential in a broad range of endeavors. Our highly qualified and dedicated staff will partner with parents, community, and students to foster creativity, infuse technology, inspire critical thinking, and share knowledge within a safe, secure, and disciplined environment.
1. Learning must be the expected outcome of active participation in school; therefore the driving force behind all decision making must be both data driven and atmospheric in nature, considering the whole child.
2. Learning must be fostered by teachers who are continually undergoing intense and extended research-based professional development to more readily meet the needs of students.
3. Learning is fostered when students take an active roll in the education process, with the support and guidance of faculty, parents, and community.
4. Learning must be fostered through the effective use of research-based educational materials and technology, which are essential parts of the curriculum and student learning.
5. Learning must be fostered through participation in a safe, equitable environment where a high level of student performance is expected and required.
Winston County Schools Purpose and Direction
The purpose of the Winston County Schools is to create excellence in providing youth with the encouragement, peer networks, and leadership skills necessary for them to make meaningful contributions to their communities and begin a life-long journey of leadership and service in the 21st century.