$1.00 for a photo with Santa, Mrs. Claus and their hard-working elf helps raise money for Mrs. Dolezal's Big Cat Balloons December 11 - 15th.
The last day to purchase a yearbook is December 15th! Books are available for purchase in the business office or online (via Quick Links > Online Payments). Books are $55 each.
The Mead High School yearbook has a long standing tradition of excellence and was recently awarded a Gold Medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, as well as a First Class rating with two marks of distinction from The National Scholastic Press Association. Don't miss out on this year's book! Buy yours today!
Monday morning, Mead High School recognized 4 senior athletes as their first ever 'Blue & Gold Athletes of the Season.' Representing Mead Fall Sport Athletes were John Mires - Football, Carolyn Wendel - Softball, Elena Gardner - Volleyball and Emma Morse - Soccer. These fine student athletes represent the best Mead High School has to offer. Each received a special award and a Subway gift certificate. Congratulations.
On Monday, December 18th @ 7 PM, Mead's Choir and Orchestra will combine their talents for their Christmas Festival at the Fox Theatre in downtown Spokane. This is a free concert with a $5 suggested donation. This concert promises to put you in the Christmas spirit; it's going to be so beautiful.
Sydney’s involvement includes extensive volunteer work through family and her church, participation in the STCU $100 project-homeless outreach, the founder and president of the Mead Serves Club, the creator of the Mead Serves website and serves as a student board member at Northwest Harvest. Junior Sydney Lyman was nominated by her teacher and mentor, Dana Rowan.
Congratulations to Mead seniors Hannah Barone and Joe Heitman - They are the
National Electrical Contractors Association - International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (NECA-IBEW) Student Athletes of the Fall Quarter representing Mead High School.
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