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Influenza News From Our School Nurse, Ruth Erb

As most of you already know influenza season is in full swing. There have been many confirmed cases throughout the District/Spokane County. I wanted to remind everyone to be aware of the signs and symptoms of influenza. Please keep your children home when they are not feeling well. Especially if they have had a fever in the past 24 hours.

Click on the headline and then click on the link for additional information from the CDC and Spokane Regional Health Department on Influenza Basics.
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STCU's Hundred Dollar Project Votes Mead's Projects 1st and 2nd out of 53 Participants

A group of Mead High School students will receive $2,500 through STCU's Hundred Dollar Project, for making blankets for foster children at the Hutton Settlement.

Another Mead group received $1,500 for a separate project to help kids at Sally's House, while a group from Coeur d'Alene's Lake City High School received $1,000 for a literacy project.

Click on the headline above to read the full story and see the videos produced by the winning teams.
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Two Mead Graduates are Prestigious Rhodes Scholar Finalists - Meet the Stime Sisters!

Britta Stime (on the right): 2013 Rhodes Scholar Finalist
Mead High School Graduate 2009
Gonzaga Graduate Magna Cum Laude
Masters from Queens University - Belfast, Northern Ireland, Graduated with Distinction
Currently working as Communications Coordinator for the National Defense University Foundation in Washington, DC

Katijene Stime (on the left): 2014 Rhodes Scholar Finalist
Mead High School Graduate 2011
Senior at Harvard College
Applying for medical school
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Do you have questions about your child’s English Language Arts (ELA)?

This year our ELA and other content area teachers, such as social studies and science are utilizing resources to more closely align with the high standards set by the Common Core State Standards. These standards have been adopted by Washington State and are designed to add rigor and relevance to our curriculum and instruction. Click the headline to read more.
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