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2021 MHS & MSHS Graduation Ceremony Information

Details on the 2021 graduation ceremonies for Mead HS and Mt. Spokane HS, including the number of attendees per graduate, parking and entrance maps and TV/webstreaming information. Read more...

2021-22 Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery Plan

As part of the process for receiving additional ESSER funds, OSPI is requiring each school district to submit an Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery Plan that provides information on how gaps in learning for student subgroups have been and will be addressed. Read more...

Important School Meal Info for Remote Students

With the change in learning models at the secondary level and addition of more students into in-person instruction at all levels, please read carefully. If your child is in remote at-home learning or Edgenuity, there is required action needed! Read more....

Activity Bus Schedule

The Mead School District activity buses will run Monday through Thursday. Click the headline for the times and locations.

February 25, 2021 - Skyline Elementary

As of February 25, 2021, Skyline Elementary is taking shape with cabinets in classrooms, mechanical systems moving throughout the building and roofing completed.

Shiloh Hills Elementary Awarded 21st CCLC Grant

Shiloh Hills Elementary, in partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Spokane County (BGCSC), was chosen by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) as a recipient of a Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center grant. Read more...

Five Mile Elementary Boundary Revision Approved

In preparation for the opening of Skyline Elementary in the fall, a committee of eight Five Mile Prairie residents (community volunteers), has been working to divide the current Prairie View boundary into two elementary school attendance areas. Read more . . .

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...

Hi-Cap Nomination Period April 3-16

Each year, in accordance with RCW 28A.185.030, school districts across Washington are required to implement procedures for the nomination, assessment, and selection of students for highly-capable designation.  Nominations may be received for any K-12 student from teachers, other staff, parents, students, and members of the community.

Mead Matters Community Newsletter - January 2021

The latest edition of the Mead Matters Newsletter hit mailboxes around the district earlier this month. It features fantastic stories of collaboration, special awards, projects and more + an informational flyer for our proposed renewal levy that is currently on the Feb. 9 ballot. Read more...
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