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The goal of the Who We Are video library is to share personal stories of how the
Mead School District engages students, inspires problem solvers and creates leaders.

Underwater Robotics, a Mead School District STEM Forward Event, follows teams of engineering students from Mead High, Mt. Spokane & Riverpoint Academy as they compete in the US Navy's Seaperch Challenge hosted at Whitworth University's Aquatics Center.

Imageof Elain's mother ready to tell Elaine's Story
ELAINE'S STORY is about Elaine Scott and how 7th grade science was instrumental in saving her life.
This video also emphasizes our middle school STEM-based science curriculum. Our goal is to "show students real world context for the content being taught so they can be team-based problem solvers who make a difference in our world and community."
Flynn Family experiencing STEM edcuation at Northwood Middle School
THE FLYNN FAMILY STORY highlights how Mead School District middle school and high school STEM learning opportunities have engaged and challenged Riley, Ryan and Allie Flynn. Before enrolling in the Mead School District the Flynn children attended a local private school. In making the transition to Northwood Middle School and Mead High School they found a perfect fit. Their exposure to our wide range of biomed and engineering, hands-on, learning activities have inspired them to look at the world in a whole new light.
Bridge Building Competition showcasing students using popsicle sticks to build weight bearing bridges . 
BRIDGE BUILDING showcases the Mead School District's annual Bridge Building Competition. In addition to highlighting the winning bridge designers, the video follows a middle school team who had to make adjustments to their bridge design on the fly and shares the lessons they learned along the way.
 STEM night Open house  with opportunities to see models, career paths and listen to Dottie Linberger ,our keynote teacher astronaut, speaking.
STEM NIGHT 2017 features event keynote speaker Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger who shares her journey from teacher to NASA astronaut and inspires students to pursue their dreams. An estimated 2,000 students, parents and community members attended STEM Night where they had the opportunity to visit with local engineering, construction and biomed companies while exploring the many STEM courses offered throughout the Mead School District.