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Beth Dolezal and Julia Reiss's next Guardianship Night is January 7, 2015

On Wednesday, January 7, 2015, we will be hosting Guardianship Night from 6-8pm in the Mall at MHS. We are thrilled that we will have Ana Kemmerer from The Spokane Guardianship Monitoring Program and Rosslyn Bethmann from The ARC of Spokane sharing their knowledge. They are the experts in our community!

This event is open to Mead families and the general Spokane community. Click on the headline above to see the flyer with additional information
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It's Time for Catmania and "X the TXT" Event!

The Mead Panthers are hosting the MSHS Wildcats for the boys and girls basketball games on Friday, December 19th. The girls' game begins at 5:30 and the boys' game is immediately following. Click on the headline to see Spirit Week Attire and specifics on "X the TXT". Go Panthers!
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Attention Sports Fans

Mead will be charging admission beginning at 4:30 for all Freshman and Varsity games. Admission is $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for students and seniors. You can also buy GSL passes for $60.00. GSL passes admit you into all regular season contests and can be purchased at the business office or at games. Please see the attached letter for more information.Thank you for your support!
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Erin Kautzman and AJ Layton are the NECA/IBEW GSL Scholar Athletes for fall sports

Congratulations to both Erin and AJ for being recognized as this fall's Students of the Quarter. Both are seniors at Mead High School and are 4.0 students. Erin played slow pitch softball this fall for the Panthers and was a First Team All League selection in the outfield. She is currently playing basketball and this spring she will be back on the softball field leading the Panther Fastpitch team. AJ is a 3-year starter for the Panther football team and this year was a captain and an All GSL Linebacker. This fall AJ became the career leader in tackles at Mead High School and he plans on playing football in college.
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Mead's Chamber Orchestra Performed at the Royal Park Care Center

The Chamber Orchestra performed at Royal Park Care Center on Nov. 14th for a full house of appreciative residents. We performed a program of Saint Saens Danse Macabre, Dvorak Serenade for strings, Strolling Strings Watlz selections and Scott Joplin Rags. The students were well received and asked to come and perform again in the Spring.
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Opportunity for College Credit through SFCC

11th and 12th grade students will have the opportunity to take Journalism 110 (Mass Media) through SFCC. This 5 credit college course will be taught after school at Mead, beginning in February through the Running Start program. See Mr. Phillips for more information.
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