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Microsoft's World Series of Innovation Winner

A team of four students from Riverpoint Academy (Kassidy Newsom, Blair Waiting, Rianne Ellingwood & Connor Breneman) has won their division in Microsoft's World Series of Innovation earning $2,500 for themselves and $500 for Riverpoint Academy. Read more . . .
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Jazz Choir Selected to Compete at Monterey Jazz Festival

For the second year in a row the Mead High School Jazz Choir, under the direction of Mike Saccomanno, has been selected, out of a field of nearly 200 applicants, as one of eight high school ensembles to take part in the prestigious Monterey Jazz Festival March 26-30, 2015. Read more . . .
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2015 "Hoops for Hope" XI

Thanks to the Mead, Mt. Spokane, Northwood and Mountainside staff members who played in the 2015 "Hoops for Hope" basketball game. The event raised nearly $3,000 this year for a grant total of $48,000 contributed to help fight cancer over the past eleven years.
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Kress Gallery Art Show

During the month of February 2015 artwork from Mt. Spokane High School and Mead High School students will be on display at the Kress Gallery located on the Food Court/2nd floor of Riverpark Square in downtown Spokane. On Friday, February 6, all are invited to attend a Reception/Grand Opening for this artwork display from 5-8 p.m. as part of Spokane's First Friday event. Read more . . .
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2015 Lilac Court

Congratulations to Bailyn Piecewicz (Mt. Spokane High School) and Chandler Stein (Mead High School). They are two of the six princesses selected, out of a competitive field of 14, to join Lilac Queen Meghan Long (Ferris) as members of the 2015 Lilac Court. Read more . . .
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2015 Mead Education Foundation Grants

Each school year the Mead Education Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering excellence in learning for all Mead School District students, awards grants to teachers to fund innovative approaches to learning. The foundation recently announced those who will receive 2015 grants totaling $5,500. Read more . . .
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Popsicle Bridge Building Contest

Thanks to the efforts of engineering teachers Bill Patrick (Mt. Spokane) and Andy Arnold (Mead) the Mead School District received a $3,300 grant from the Washington State Foundation for Structural Engineers to hold a Popsicle Bridge Building Contest on February 7, 2015, 9 a.m. at Mt. Spokane High School in the Fieldhouse. Read more . . .
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2015 "Hoops for Hope" Benefit Basketball Game

This annual benefit basketball game has the Mead High School/Northwood staff taking on the Mt. Spokane/Mountainside staff on Wednesday, February 4th - 7:30 p.m. at Mt. Spokane High School. Admission: $5 donation. During the past ten years this event has raised over $45,000 to help flight cancer.
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