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Mead School District employees are dedicated to providing and supporting quality educational programs for students. We are committed to improving student learning by recruiting, hiring and supporting knowledgeable and skilled teachers and support staff.  Our goal is to attract and retain a diverse staff who are dedicated to our schools and district. Whether you are applying for a certificated position or a classified position, you are important to us.

We invite you to apply for a position with the Mead School District.
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Mead School District student enrollment is approximately 10,000 and includes two large high schools, three middle schools, 10 elementary schools, two educational partnership programs and one fully online school. Curriculum development is ongoing and coordinated among schools and between grade levels. District employees have access to four major universities offering a wide range of in-service opportunities and graduate programs.
Our district includes 16 different schools, serving the North Spokane communities Country Homes, Town and Country, Five Mile Prairie, Shiloh Hills, Mead, Colbert and Fairwood. Click here to see our list of schools.
The Mead community sits just north of Spokane, Washington, and is often considered part of Spokane. Many of our students live in the boundaries of Spokane, or other neighboring towns such as Colbert, Washington.
Located only 10 miles north of downtown Spokane, the district combines the conveniences of city living with the comfortable environment of country life.
Recreational opportunities abound. Five major ski areas, one hundred lakes, biking, camping, and hunting areas are located within a ninety-minute drive of Spokane. In addition, the Spokane area boasts the largest number of golf courses per capita in the United States.
The Mead School District has a national reputation for providing excellence in education. Mead students consistently rank among the state’s top scholars. In addition, activity and athletic programs are highly successful and offer opportunities for all students to be involved.
Staff, parents, and community members have worked collaboratively to meet the educational needs of a growing school district.