Indian Athletics


   MWelcome to Meadow School Athletics. Meadow School has a history rich in tradition, community involvment, and great athletes. God bless those who had a hand in building it and  those who strive to continue the traditions. We're proud to be a part of that history. We would like to continue Meadow's traditions and make this another great year for Meadow Athletics. 

We strive to make sure the athletic program is always consistent with the general objectives of  the school. Academics comes first. We want our athletes to be well rounded individuals and serve as leaders and role models. We emphasize character, discipline, leadership, and a commitment to excellence. Sportsmanship, teamwork, and competition lessons are integral parts of our athletic program. 



We are very proud of our past achievements on and off the court. Our students have worked very hard. It took everyone to make those achievements happen. A great example of teamwork by the coaches, school, parents, and the community. Let's continue to be a championship team for our student athletes and they will continue to experience success.



On behalf of Meadow Athletics, we would like to invite you to join us in making this year a success for our student athletes and the sports that they represent.



Lee Webb,
Athletic Director



Important Insurance Information:  Johnston County Schools in partnership with The Young Group will continue to offer the opportunity for families to purchase accident and athletic insurance.  Information regarding coverage, costs, enrollment, and claims will be provided to you during the try-out period. 

Student-Parent-Faculty Fundraiser Basketball Game
, February 19
Spring Fling Fundraiser, April 22
Athletic Banquet, May 12

Pep Rallies:  October 22, February 4, & Apr 28; 2:50 pm



Athletic Eligibility:  No 6th graders are to participate, regardless of age. 6th graders promoted to the 7thgrade will be eligible to play the first 9 weeks.

Academics: Students in grades 7(after 1st 9 weeks) and 8th, in order to be eligible for athletics, MUST meet local promotion standards and MUST have a 77 average for the previous grading period.

Attendance:  In order to be eligible for a sport, a student must not have been absent more than 13 days in the previous semester.  If a student missed more than 13 days, he or she must request a waiver in an effort to become eligible.  Medical documentation for at least 50% of the absences must accompany the waiver form.  The waiver request must be signed by both the Principal and the Athletic Director.  A completed form with its accompanying documentation will then be submitted to the Director of Athletics for Johnston County Schools for a decision to approve or deny the waiver.

Legal Birth & Age Limits: The principal must have evidence of the legal birth date of the student.

A student shall NOT participate on a 7th or 8th grade middle school team if he/she becomes 15 years of age ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 31 of said school year.

Medical Examination: The student must receive a medical examination signed by a licensed medical doctor each year (365 days).  Signed physical form must be turned into coaches before student can tryout or participate.

There will be extra forms in the main office during the summer or students can download physical form from the Johnston County Schools Website.

MAA fall Sport sign-up times have been updated on the MAA Link. Please check it out and share with others!

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