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June 3-5 . . . Grad Week 2020

Congratulations and best wishes to the Mead School District Class of 2020! While we are sad and disappointed the current COVID-19 situation does not allow us to honor our graduates as we would like, there are several special celebratory activities planned. Read more . . .
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June 2020 - Mead Matters Community Newsletter

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.
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United 2020 - Celebrating Graduates

To celebrate Mead High & Mt. Spokane graduates, local artist Tom Pettoello painted the name of each senior on the field at Northwood Middle School and Mead High yearbook advisor Makena Busch put together a drone video showcasing the project. Read more . . .
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3A Scholastic Cup Champions

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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Following Governor Inslee's April 6 order designed to aggressively slow the spread of COVID-19, all Mead School District school buildings are closed for students for the remainder of the 2019/20 school year. Read more . . .
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Mead Learns

On Monday, April 13, per OSPI guidance, the Mead School District moved from providing remote optional enrichment activities to new active learning for students. Read more . . .
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Chromebook Check-Out

To date we have sponsored five Chromebook distribution events where 3,000+ devices have been checked out. For families still needing access to a device (limit two per family) we are registering students for our next deployment. Read more . . .
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FREE Meals for Kids

Beginning Monday, March 23, children, age 18 and under, can enjoy a FREE, nutritious, "grab-and-go" breakfast and lunch while our schools are closed. Registration is not required and children do not need to be Mead students to participate. Children and/or parents can pick up sack meals, which include lunch and breakfast for the following day. Read more . . .
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McKinney-Vento Resources

If you or someone you know has had a change in living circumstances due to a layoff because of the COVID-19 "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order, please know there are resources available to help. Read more . . .
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Family Resources

Need help with basic resources (food, housing, domestic violence, clothing, etc.) or wonder where to turn for help with a mental health or substance abuse problem? Our Crisis Team has put together a list of helpful resources. Read more . . .
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