Our book fair looks a little different as it is virtual. Its the same great book fair with the convenience of shopping from home. Build your home library and shop early for the holidays.
It is time to meet with teachers to learn about all of the wonderful things your students are learning, how they are growing, and how you can continue to support their success.
Keep informed on the latest information and upcoming events in our October 2020 News and Notes letter. This edition has a message from Principal Horn, Upcoming Events and Fall Conferences information along with the link to sign up on our teachers' conference schedules.
For almost 30 years now, Mary Helen Black has published Kids Newspaper and distributed it to the students/families in elementary schools across Spokane County. This publication is now available digitally. Use the link to read this latest edition.
Prior to midnight before an in-person school day, parents need to "attest" to their child's health by completing the Daily Health Attestation Survey through an online service that will be sent to them via email or text at 3:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Read more...
To provide flexibility, the Mead School Board has approved offering a choice in learning options to its families. The district will offer daily in-person learning for grades K-5 and a rotating in-person schedule for grades 6-12. Additionally, remote online learning options are available. Read more . . .
In preparation for the start of school, the Mead School District has developed a robust reopening plan with clear protocols to help keep students and staff safe. Reopening protocols are organized around five key safety themes. Read more . . .
Wondering what your child will need to bring on the first day of school. Click here to read more...
Read on for a message from the principal...
Don't miss your free popsicle and your free book!
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