On March 1, 2019, the Mead School District will begin accepting registrations for students eligible to enter kindergarten in the Fall of 2019 (5 years old by 8/31/19). Read more . . .
Congratulations to the six seniors from Mt. Spokane and six seniors from Mead High who will represent the Mead School District at the 27th Annual Spokane Scholars Awards Banquet taking place at the Spokane Convention Center on April 15, 2019, where cash scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $4,000 will be presented in each of the six award categories. Read more . .
Tom Rockefeller, who has served as Mead superintendent for the past 13 years, will be retiring at the end of this school year following a 41-year career in education. The board has retained NW Leadership Associates to assist in the search for an individual to replace Dr. Rockefeller. Read more . . .
Congratulations to the following Mead School District students who, at the February 2nd WMEA Regional Music Festival, qualified for the upcoming State Solo & Ensemble Festival: From Mead High . . . Hannah Hardy (Soprano), Jesse Yi (Bassoon) & Saxophone Ensemble. From Mt. Spokane . . . Camden Moyer (Bari Sax) & Chamber Choir. Read more . . .
Dorcas Wylder is the unanimous selection of the Mead School District Board of Directors to represent Director District #4 replacing Ron Farley who resigned effective December 11, 2018. Ms. Wylder, who took the Oath of Office on January 28, 2019, is a retired Mead School District administrator. Read more . . .
During January & February students may be referred for K-12 Highly Capable (gifted) evaluation for possible designation in the 2019-20 school year. Anyone can refer a student for consideration. Read more . . .
To address the need for additional elementary classroom space next year (2019-2020), while we wait for our new elementary school and new middle school to open in the fall of 2020, the Mead School District will be moving 6th graders from Brentwood, Evergreen, Farwell and Midway (schools with a current student enrollment of 600+ students) to a 6th Grade Center located at the old Northwood building. Read more . . .
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