Friday school is from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. with the same uniform and class rules as regular school.
Middle School classes will be held on Friday for students who have been absent or dismissed early on Monday – Thursday as assigned by an administrator. The classroom material or homework to be completed will be identified by teachers with help from the student. Middle/High school students must make-up all time missed in order to fulfill state and accreditation requirements for classroom hours.
Chad Meeks began his educational career at Key School in 1998. While working at Key School as a classroom assistant, Mr. Meeks earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas at Arlington and a Texas Educator Certificate in Mathematics for grades 8-12.
With the belief that every child can learn, but in different ways and at different rates, Mr. Meeks spent the next several years teaching and inspiring students in the classroom. In addition to his duties as a classroom teacher, Mr. Meeks was promoted to the position of Student Advocate. As a Student Advocate, he strives daily to create a positive atmosphere for Key School students. He believes that frequent and open communication among staff, students, and parents is the key to success.
Mr. Meeks recently earned a Master of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and currently serves as the Head of Middle School and Student Advocate. He leads under the belief that all students can learn with a positive learning environment, devoted teachers, strong leadership, and a supportive family. He resides in Burleson with his wife Brittney and two young boys, Cayden and Daxton.
Come join us for the Celebrating Dyslexia Luncheon!
Débuting the future home and training center for Learning Differences in Tarrant County.