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Fall 2020 Boundary Change Approved

On January 13, 2020, the Mead School District Board of Directors unanimously approved revisions to Mead School District elementary and middle school boundaries. This boundary change coincides with the opening of Creekside Elementary and Highland Middle School in the Fall of 2020, and the opening of a 10th elementary school located on Five Mile Prairie in the Fall of 2021. Read more . . .
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Highly Capable Referral Window Open

The period for referring a student for K-12 Highly Capable evaluation is open from January 6 through February 28, for possible designation in the 2020-2021 school year. Anyone can refer a student for consideration. Read more . . .
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Strategic Plan Survey

The Mead School District is developing a strategic plan for 2020-2025 that will help chart the future priorities of the school district. As part of the plan development we are seeking community input. Read more . . .
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Upcoming Community Engagement Opportunities

Please join us on Tuesday, February 4th (Mt. Spokane High School, 6:30 pm) or Thursday, February 6th (Mead High School, 6:30 pm) where you will have the opportunity to share your thoughts on what the Mead School District is doing well and what needs work. Be involved as the district develops a strategic plan for the next five years. Questions? Please call 509.465.6014.
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Congratulations to the Mt. Spokane Slowpitch Softball Team on their 3A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP victory November 2nd in Yakima. A very impressive win for a team that is also this year's 3A Academic State Slowpitch Champion.
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2020 STEM Forward Events

Starting in December with Medical Mystery Night, and concluding in May with the last of three National Geographic documentaries, the Mead School District will be sponsoring seven STEM Forward events this year. Read more . . .
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2019 Fall Academic State Champions

Congratulations to the Mead High (4A) and Mt. Spokane (3A) Slowpitch Softball Teams . . . both are Academic State Champions for their respective WIAA classification. The Mead High team GPA is 3.641 and the Mt. Spokane team GPA is 3.719. Read more . . .
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