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2016 Secondary Summer School Program

Summer school will take place at Mead High School beginning June 20 - July 22. Click on the headline above to view the brochure and see the pricing, including pricing for free and reduced lunch, and for in-district and out of district students. This is an excellent opportunity to expand academic success.
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Mead School District Mobile App Now Available

The Mead School District has its own smartphone application. This app includes multiple functionalities and provides news, notifications, content from the Mead district website and social channels, as well as school-specific updates and content. We hope this app will prove to be a go-to source for easy, instant access to all things Mead. Read more . . .
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Parking Lottery - New This Year - Spots Sold For Entire Year

Student parking lottery sign-ups began Wed. 05/25 and end Wed. 06/08. Lottery forms are available in the business office. Parking spots will be sold after finals June 14th and 15th, from 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm at the business office.

NEW THIS YEAR: Parking spots will be $50 and will be assigned for the entire school year 2016-17.
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Hey Seniors! Just a few more months to go finish strong! If you have decided on a college, university, apprenticeship, military or technical school, please let Ms. Starkey know by bringing in a copy of your acceptance letter and filling out a half sheet of paper labeled "Student 'Accepted' Wall! We would love to be able to celebrate you and your success by getting your name up on the accepted wall!
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Yearbook Sneak Peek Party

Please join us for the release of the 2015-2016 Pantera yearbook, Thursday, June 2nd in the mall! Free food, live music, exclusive slideshow, candy buffet, popcorn bar and Photo Booth! The party starts at 3pm with distribution beginning at 3:45pm. All are welcome.

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Meet Samire and Sarah - Two Tenacious Teenagers

They came to the US in 2014 from Afghanistan and Iraq, respectively. Now they are best friends bound by their determination, resiliency and aspirations for their future. Click on the headline to read more about these two remarkable girls who were recently recognized for their academic excellence.
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