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Free Meals Extended Through June 30, 2021

The USDA recently announced the extension of free meals for children for the entire school year, through June 30, 2021! This is exciting news and continues to extend flexibilities for the Mead School District to make meals available for all children throughout the 2020-21 academic year. Read more...
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Daily Health Attestation Survey Information

Prior to midnight before an in-person school day, parents need to "attest" to their child's health by completing the Daily Health Attestation Survey through an online service that will be sent to them via email or text at 3:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Read more...
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Reopening Safety Protocols

In preparation for the start of school, the Mead School District has developed a robust reopening plan with clear protocols to help keep students and staff safe. Reopening protocols are organized around five key safety themes. Read more . . .
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2020-2021 Reopening Plan

To provide flexibility, the Mead School Board has approved offering a choice in learning options to its families. The district will offer daily in-person learning for grades K-5 and a rotating in-person schedule for grades 6-12. Additionally, remote online learning options are available. Read more . . .
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Fall 2020 Reopening Webinars

Interactive Fall 2020 Reopening Webinars were hosted August 11 (elementary focus) , August 12 (secondary focus) and August 19 (two webinars . . . #1 special education focus & #2 home school program focus). 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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