The October edition of the Mead Matters community newsletter feature stories and information about the transition to sixth grade in middle school, construction progress, Nutrition, Transportation and more. Read more...
Interactive Fall 2020 Reopening Webinars were hosted August 11 (elementary focus) , August 12 (secondary focus) and August 19 (two webinars . . . #1 special education focus & #2 home school program focus). Read more
The Spokane Regional Health District will be hosting a no-cost curbside childhood vaccination clinic on Oct. 14 & 27 2020 at Mead High School from 3:30-6 p.m. Appointments are required. Read more to schedule...
Each athletic season - fall, winter & spring - school districts in Washington State submit team GPAs to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA). For the 2020 Spring Sports Season each varsity team at Mt. Spokane & Mead High was honored with either an Outstanding (3.5-4.0 GPA) or Distinguished (3.00-3.49 GPA) Award. Read more . . .
Congratulations to Mt. Spokane High School on earning this year's 3A WIAA Scholastic Cup - the very first in school history. The Scholastic Cup is WIAA's most prestigious annual school award. It recognizes the top school in each of the six WIAA classifications based on academic, athletic & sportsmanship excellence.
Congratulations to seven Mead School District student/artists who walked away with the Board of Directors Award, Avista Award, plus two 1st place and three 2nd place awards at this year's NEWESD 101 Art Show. Read more . . .
Repurposed from the old Mead Middle School building is this beautiful stained glass window created in 2003 by Monte Moore (retired teacher) with assistance from multiple students whose names are etched in the glass. This piece of memorabilia is now hanging in the foyer of our Maintenance Facility (12510 N. Market) and is visible from the road at night. Read more . . .
We are proud to announce the Mead School District is home to two WIAA Academic State Champions - Mt. Spokane 3A Cheer (3.731 GPA) and Mt. Spokane 3A Drama (3.423 GPA). In addition to these two overall state champions many other Mead High & Mt. Spokane sports and activities were recognized for their academic achievements. Read more . . .
In what is shaping up to be a dynasty, Mt. Spokane High School is once again this year the 3A State Wrestling Champion! Congratulations to Head Coach Travis Hughes and the entire team, which includes two 3A Individual State Champions (Ky Haney - #145 & Casey Howerton - #152) and two 3A Academic State Champions (Riley Buth & Jacob Carr) who are both 4.0 GPA students.
On Saturday, February 22, Mt. Spokane High School hosted the annual Mead School District Robotics Competition. The winning team, from Mead High, included Brendan Mullins, Nic Caballero, Parker Helgeson & Alex Hajjar. Read more . . .