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2019 Retirees

At the June 10, 2019, School Board Meeting congratulations, thanks and best wishes were extended to our 45 retiring employees. They represent a combined 1,119 years of service to the Mead School District. Read more . . .
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2018-2019 All Sport Trophy

Following an incredible year for Mt. Spokane High School athletes, which included EIGHT GSL TITLES, the Wildcats are winners of the GSL All Sport Trophy for the first time in school history. Read more . . .
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June 2019 - Mead Matters Community Newsletter

Check out the latest news & information from the Mead School District including a cover story introducing new superintendent Shawn Woodward, a list of Class of 2019 valedictorians and a special "Thank You" to retiring superintendent Tom Rockefeller. Additionally, there is a message from the School Board that addresses the recent budget reductions and provides an updated timeline for new boundaries in preparation for the opening of two new schools in the fall of 2020.
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Spring 2019 WIAA Team Scholastic Awards

Each athletic season - fall, winter & spring - school districts in Washington State submit team GPAs to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. For the 2019 Spring Sports Season 22 teams from Mead High and 22 teams from Mt. Spokane were honored with Outstanding (3.5-4.00 GPA) or Distinguished (3.00-3.49 GPA) Awards. Read more . . .
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New Mead School District Superintendent

The Mead School District Board of Directors is pleased to announce Shawn Woodward is their unanimous selection to be the district's new superintendent replacing Tom Rockefeller who is retiring at the end of the current school year. Mr. Woodward's official start date will be July 1, 2019. Read more . . .
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New Elementary & Middle School Names Approved

Thanks to everyone who participated in our "Help Us Name Our Schools" survey. The winning name for the new elementary school is CREEKSIDE and the name for the new middle school is HIGHLAND. More than 1,000 individuals voted. Both schools open in the Fall of 2020.
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DECA National Qualifiers

Congratulations to the nineteen Mead School District students who, at the Washington State DECA Conference, qualified for DECA Nationals taking place in Orlando, Florida, at the end of April. Read more . . .
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