A Letter To Me: The 3 Most Important Things To Remember In Your Last Semester At Winthrop

Story by: Jen Jordan
January 19, 2023

Dear self,You're in your last semester at Winthrop University in your Master of Education program in Counseling and Development.  I remember the feeling of teaching...

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Brentwood’s 8th Grade Bulldogs: “DC or Bust!”

Story by: Jen Jordan
November 11, 2022

Meeting Street - Brentwood 8th graders need your help raising $15K to help all 61 scholars end their middle school careers with a trip to...

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Summer (’22) Perspective: As Shared By Third Grade Educator Anawya Quashie

Story by: Jen Jordan
August 16, 2022

Can an elementary teacher in America make really great money as a twenty-something? Most people think the answer is “no.”  I understand why.  At Meeting...

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Nearly $600K in Performance Awards Earned by Meeting Street – Burns’ Teachers After Achieving Excellent Student Growth

Story by: Jen Jordan
June 23, 2022

Meeting Street - Burns (MS-Burns), the newest Meeting Street Schools’ Public School of Innovation dedicated to providing transformational educational opportunities to children in North Charleston,...

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MSA-Spartanburg Graduation

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
June 13, 2022

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Brentwood Graduation

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
June 13, 2022

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“Living for the Movement” @ Meeting Street-Burns

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
June 13, 2022

It starts with our values.  We have many, but here are a few: Unwavering: continuing in a strong and steady way. Belief: trust, faith, or confidence in...

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The First Fourteen: The Flagship’s Founding Class Graduates High School

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
June 3, 2022

Our founding fourteen Meeting Street Academy- Charleston scholars have graduated from high school. We are so proud of them. Meet Some Of Our Graduates The...

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Meet The New Brentwood Leadership Team

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
June 3, 2022

Jamie Downs – Chief Schools Officer/Principal Jamie spent the last 14 years of his life in Houston, TX, serving as a Lead Principal with YES...

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The Turtle Way: Mr. Keane’s Reflections

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
June 3, 2022

I could not be more proud of our upper elementary school scholars here at Meeting Street @Burns. I could go on forever about their academic...

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“MSA is a family. Once you’re in, you’re in. They said they would follow our kids from K-3 to college and they actually lived up to what they said they would do. Not only did MSA challenge my daughter academically but it also exposed her to new things that she probably wouldn’t have been exposed to at our previous neighborhood school. Our journey at MSA was exciting and rewarding. They actually walk the walk.”

— Tyeka GrantParent

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“Meeting Street Academy is my family. They taught me that I am valuable. I am an asset to the world…They asked me, ‘What is your dream?’ I had never been asked that before. The MSS community gives me the strength to pursue my dreams.”

— Kadelyn SteedStudent

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“We come into work everyday truly believing that our students are capable of achieving anything that is put in front of them. Here at MSS, students are provided the opportunity to achieve success through the facilitation of well-educated teachers, resources, and a responsive classroom school environment.”

— NikToshia GilesTeacher

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