At a Special Board Meeting held on August 6th, the Mead School Board voted unanimously to offer two learning options for families. The district will offer daily in-person learning for grades K-5 and a rotating in-person schedule for grades 6-12. Additionally, a full online-learning option is available for all grades. Read more . . .
District Office is closed to the public June 29th through July 6th. Beginning Tuesday, July 7th District Office is open Monday-Thursday, 7 am - 3 pm. District Office is closed on Fridays throughout July and the first two week of August.
Our FREE Mead Eats program will continue into the summer using a modified model that includes three school locations (Brentwood, Evergreen & Shiloh Hills) plus two community locations (Deer Run apartments & North Spokane Library). Read more . . .
Congratulations, thanks and best wishes to our 28 retiring employees. They represent a combined 574 years of service to the Mead School District. Read more . . .
Check out the latest news and information from the Mead School District including a cover story highlighting how the district is serving students during the COVID-19 Emergency School Closure, a segment celebrating the Class of 2020, an update on construction projects (Highland Middle School, Creekside Elementary & Union Stadium), plus a message from Superintendent Shawn Woodward.
Each athletic season - fall, winter & spring - school districts in Washington State submit team GPAs to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA). For the 2020 Spring Sports Season each varsity team at Mt. Spokane & Mead High was honored with either an Outstanding (3.5-4.0 GPA) or Distinguished (3.00-3.49 GPA) Award. Read more . . .
Congratulations to Mt. Spokane High School on earning this year's 3A WIAA Scholastic Cup - the very first in school history. The Scholastic Cup is WIAA's most prestigious annual school award. It recognizes the top school in each of the six WIAA classifications based on academic, athletic & sportsmanship excellence.
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