Welcome to an exciting school year at Meadows Parkway Early Childhood. The staff is thrilled that you have entrusted your child’s education to us. It is our goal to create an enriched learning environment that engages each child at Meadows Parkway. We have an excellent teaching staff with a wealth of knowledge and an outstanding support staff, who work in different capacities to support your child’s growth and learning.
Meadows Parkway Early Childhood opened it’s doors for the 2000-2001 school year under the leadership Ms. Nancy Crystal. It was the third and final early childhood center to open in the Francis Howell School Distrct.
The building is situated on acreage in the City of Weldon Spring. It is host to 12 classrooms with a student capacity of 300.
As a District focused on continuous improvement, each of our 23 schools develops a site-based school improvement plan every year. The plan outlines the goals and actions the building plans to take throughout the year to improve various areas of performance.
A pyramid of intervention is a tiered approach to prevention and intervention strategies to support students both academically and behaviorally. The pyramid uses a variety of strategies and techniques to help all students stay on the right track. The foundation of the pyramid offers Tier 1 supports for all students. Tier 2 interventions provide additional support for smaller groups of students who need more targeted help. Tier 3 provides the most intensive supports for individual students when Tier 1 and 2 interventions have been unsuccessful. Our schools review and update their pyramid on a regular basis to ensure new strategies are incorporated and all are aligned with best practice.