How can families ask questions and learn the latest information about the start of school?
Will there be any changes to the start of the school year?
How did the school district consider families' preferences as it decided how to reopen in the fall?
If I choose remote learning for my child who will their teacher(s) be?
What if I'm not comfortable sending my child to school?
What if my student doesn't have a computer or internet access?
What will in-person learning look like for elementary students (grades K-5)?
What will in-person learning look like for secondary students (grades 6-12)?
Do in-person learning options align with health officials' recommendations?
Why does the CDC support the reopening of in-person learning?
Does Mead's reopening plan align with Gov. Jay Inslee's recommendations about Washington schools?
What safety measures will be in place for in-person learning?
What if a Mead student or teacher doing in-person learning appears to have symptoms of COVID-19? Or what if they are diagnosed with the virus?
What’s the difference between isolation and quarantine?
What if an open school needs to close and reopen repeatedly due to ongoing COVID-19 diagnoses? Wouldn't that disrupt learning?
How would the district protect vulnerable teachers and staff against COVID-19?
How would the school district notify families if a student or staff member was diagnosed with COVID-19?
Does remote learning cost less for the school district than in-person learning?