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2014-2015 All State Musicians & Singers

Three Mead High School orchestra students - Thomas Baldwin, Ella Wilkinson and Sara Miller (pictured left to right with orchestra teacher Dorothy Baldwin) - by audition, were selected as members of the All-State Orchestra. Other Mead School District singers and musicians earning All-State selection include: Audrey Wagner (Mt.S) Symphonic Choir and Bryson Roberts - tuba (Mead HS) and John Petrovich - trumpet (Mt.S) Band.
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Spokane Recycles Poster Contest Winner 2015

Colbert 6th grader Jordan Kuhnkey was the winner of the regional Spokane Recycles Poster Contest. Primary judging considerations included use of the theme "Recycling - Bigger...Blue-er...Better", originality and artistic ability. Read more . . .
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Retirement Communities Enjoy Holiday Performances

During the month of December 2014, choir students from Mead High School, Prairie View, Colbert, Midway, Evergreen, Meadow Ridge and Shiloh Hills traveled to local retirement and assisted living facilities performing selections from their holiday music programs. Read more . . .
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Shiloh Hills "Living Flag" Mini-Documentary

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the penning of "The Star-Spangled Banner" by Francis Scott Key all 540 Shiloh Hills students donned red, white and blue rain ponchos on the afternoon of October 24, 2014, and created a replica of the flag that flew over Fort McHenry in September of 1814. Read more . . .
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Do you have questions about your child’s English Language Arts (ELA)?

This year our ELA and other content area teachers, such as social studies and science are utilizing resources to more closely align with the high standards set by the Common Core State Standards. These standards have been adopted by Washington State and are designed to add rigor and relevance to our curriculum and instruction. Click the headline to read more.
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Current Health & Wellness Information

Influenza season is in full swing. There have been many confirmed cases throughout the District and Spokane County. Please be aware of the signs and symptoms of influenza and please keep your children home when they are not feeling well. This is especially important if they have had a fever in the past 24 hours. Read more . . .
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