In addition to our annual Mead School District STEM Night taking place on January 10 at Mead High from 6-8 pm, we are hosting five other STEM events throughout the school year including the screening of National Geographic's "Science Fair" on Thursday, November 29 @ Mead High School, 6:30-8:30 pm. Read more . . .
The November 3rd "Fill the Bus" Food Drive, organized and sponsored by our Transportation Department, collected an impressive 991 lbs. of food plus $3,158.27 in cash. Food and money have been donated to the Mead Food Bank. Read more . . .
Based on the book by Daniel Keyes, "Flowers from Algernon" by David Rogers, will be performed November 7-9 and November 14-16, 7 pm, Mead High Theatre, 302 W. Hastings Rd., Spokane, WA 99208. Adults/Students/Seniors $6.
A murder mystery comedy, "The Butler Did It" by Tim Kelly, will be performed November 8, 9, 10, 15, 16 @ 7 pm and November 17 @ 2 pm. Cost: $8 adults; $5 students/seniors. Mt. Spokane Theatre, 6015 E. Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Mead, WA 99021.
Each athletic season - fall, winter & spring - school districts in Washington State submit team GPAs to the WIAA. In addition to recognizing the 16 teams from Mead High and 19 teams from Mt. Spokane who received Outstanding (3.50-4.00 GPA) and Distinguished (3.00-3.49 GPA) Awards we congratulate the Mead High Girls Cross-Country Team who, with a 4.00 team GPA, is the 2018 4A Academic State Champion! Read more . . .
Congratulations to the Mt. Spokane Slowpitch Softball Team (Coach Carl Adams) who captured the 2018 slowpitch softball title on October 27 at the state tournament in Richland by defeating Lake Washington 18-0, Central Valley 4-3 and U High 10-4.
At the October 23, 2018, official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Avista's Adams-Nielson Solar Farm in Lind, Washington, our own Travis Bown (Maintenance Director) joined Governor Jay Inslee on stage as one of the featured speakers. The Mead School District is one of 61 customers selected to access kilowatt-hours generated by this solar farm. Read more . . .
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