This year the Mead School District is looking at all aspects of our learning programs. What's working well? What needs improvement? To do this most effectively we need to understand the learning priorities of our families and staff. Read more . . .
Washington State law requires that students who attend public school have either adequate immunization or exemption from immunization on file with the school district. If your child is not up-to-date there is a FREE Immunization Clinic taking place at Farwell Elementary on Tuesday, October 4 from 3:30-6 p.m.
Congratulations to Five Mile Prairie students and staff. For the 5th time in the past six years they have earned a School of Distinction award. Read more . . .
Thursday, September 29 - 7 p.m. at Mead High. Come see two of the state's consistently top volleyball teams battle in what is traditionally a very competitive match played before an enthusiastic, standing-room only crowd.
Mark your calendar and plan to attend the Mt. Spokane vs Mead High football game @ Albi on Friday, September 30 - 7:30 p.m. Individual game tickets are now available for purchase at all Mead School District elementary, middle and high schools. Cost: $5 students, $7 adults. Read more . . .
Mead School District students achieved results significantly above the state averages, at all grade levels tested, on the 2016 state assessments administered last spring. Read more . . .
The Mead School District is proud of the 118 Mead High and Mt. Spokane students who scored well enough on last spring's Advanced Placement exams to earn special designations by The College Board. Of particular note is Mt. Spokane, Class of 2016, graduate Bailey O'Connor who was named a National AP Scholar. Read more . . .
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