Parents of future 7th graders: the 8th grade registration started today, but have no fear. Your student will register after Spring Break. We are registering one class at a time, but that does not mean that the 8th grade students will get "first pick" of the classes; this is the most efficient method to register. Stay tuned!
For families wishing to supplement learning at home during the Emergency School Closure our Learning Services Department has put together additional learning resources. Read more . . .
Need help with basic resources (food, housing, domestic violence, clothing, etc.) or wonder where to turn for help with a mental health or substance abuse problem? Our Crisis Team has put together a list of helpful resources. Read more . . .
Following Governor Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order, all Mead School District schools are closed for students until May 4, 2020, in an effort to aggressively slow the spread of COVID-19. This includes the cancellation of all extracurricular sports and activities. Read more . . .
All teachers have been preparing enrichment activities and learning ideas to give to each student and family. These will not be graded, however, we are strongly encouraging all students to engage in learning activities that are provided daily as well as other opportunities that you offer for them.
Links to the enrichment opportunities are available under the Academics tab.
With all students being away from the building, we will reevaluate how we get 6th grade students to register for their classes for next year. Please stay tuned for more information regarding class registration, but know that all students will have equal opportunity to enroll in the classes of their choosing for next year.
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