General Information

  • Meadowlawn Middle School

    Meadowlawn Middle School - Home of the Lancers

    Address: 6050 16th St. N St. Petersburg, FL 33703

    Phone: (727) 570-3097

    Fax:  (727) 570-3396

    Principal: Melissa Athanson

    School Hours: 9:40 a.m.- 4:10 p.m., Monday-Friday
     
    Points of Pride
    • 5000 Role Models and Girlfriends excelling with community events and throughout Meadowlawn MS
    • The band has earned a Superior rating the past 14 years in a row. Superior is the highest rating given by the Florida Bandmasters Association 
    • Special Olympics participation in bowling, basketball and track
    • School wide recycling sponsored by Special Needs Scholars 
    • The chorus has received Superior and Excellent Ratings for the past 8 years
    • Lancer Chorus received Choral Grand Champion with Music USA Festival in Orlando, Florida
    • Computers and Technology: 5 Computer Labs with 40+ computers each; Two classrooms equipped with 30+ computers; Six mobile labs; SMART Boards in most classrooms; SMART Clickers
    Special Services & Programs  
    • Extended Learning Program available to all students for enrichment and support before and after school 
    • Olweus Bullying Prevention Program to promote student empowerment and safety 
    • Full service gifted education curriculum
    • AVID- Advancement via Individual Determination (College Readiness)
    • Title I resources for Reading and Math 
    • Lego club 
    • Robotics club 
    • Battle of the Books 
    • Principal’s Multicultural Advisory Committee
    • Chess Club 

     

    Uniforms: No
     
    English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL): Yes
     
    Title I School: Yes
     
    Exceptional Student Education (ESE):
    Full time: Mild Classroom (ASD, IVE, SVE; Special Diploma), Moderate Classroom (ASD, IVE, SVE; Special Diploma), Intensive Classroom (ASD, IVE, SVE; Special Diploma).
    Part time: Varying Exceptionalities (VE), Speech Impaired (SI), Language Impaired (LI), Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHH), Visually Impaired (VI), Occupational Therapy (OT) and Physical Therapy (PT)
     
    Magnet or Academy Program: None

    Vision: 100% student success.

    Mission: To provide quality education in an inclusive environment that promotes life-long learning and prepares students for college, career and life.