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Students getting a bottle rocket ready.
Working hard at Five Mile Prairie.
Students working on watercolor paintings at Mead High School.l
Hands, hearts and the world Kindergarten art from Midway.
Secondary students working intently on a lab project.
Middle school girl taking a close up photograph of a tree.
Student working on iPad at Farwell
Three colorful paint boxes.
Mt. Spokane students celebrating in the courtyard.
Students with laptops working in Evergreen Library.
Class in the library at Mountainside.
New common room at Northwood filled with students.
Interior view classroom with parents and students at Mead Alternative High School.
Students working on projects at Riverpoint Academy.

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Celebrating Our Retirees

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Congratulations, thanks and best wishes to our 32 retiring employees. They represent a combined 693.5 years of service to the Mead School District! Read more . . .

FREE Breakfast & Lunch

Breakfast and lunch option for summertime at MSD.
Thanks to a program sponsored by the USDA, we are offering FREE breakfast (8-8:30 am) & FREE lunch (11-11:30 am) to ALL children under 18 this summer (Monday-Thursday, July 9-28) at Camp Shiloh (Old Northwood - 13120 N. Pittsburg).

2018 Summer STEM Camps - Register Now

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The Mead School District is once again offering Summer STEM Camps for current (2017-2018 school year) 2nd-8th grade students. There are three separate sessions taking place in the month of July. Read more . . .

Elementary School Supplies

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The Mead School District will provide general classroom supplies for grades K-6 so there is no need for families to purchase those items. Please visit your child's elementary school website for a list of recommended additional supplies. Read more . . .

Mead SD Feature Video: Truancy Board - Alec's Story

Dr.Hoadley speaking with a 10th grade high school student.
This video is about Mead High 10th grader Alec Woodard who, as a 9th grader, missed 60 days of school (one-third of the school year) and how the Mead School District Truancy Board worked with Alec to create a plan to help him be at school every day. Since its inception in 2011, Truancy Board has helped approximately 40 students each year. Read more . . .
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