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Apr
14

MSD News and Events

FREE Immunization Clinic at Farwell Elementary School (13005 N. Crestline) on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, from 3:30-6 pm. This clinic is offered by the district in partnership with Spokane Regional Health District and Medical Reserve Corps of Eastern Washington.


Presented by our CTE Department, “Most Likely to Succeed”, a 2015 documentary on the topic of school, will be shown on Wednesday, April 19 at Mt. Spokane High School. Doors open to this free event at 6 pm. This 90-minute, critically acclaimed film is Event #7 in our winter/spring STEM Forward Tour. Most Likely to Succeed inspires its audiences with a sense of purpose and possibility, and is bringing school communities together in re-imagining what our students and teachers are capable of doing.

Click here to let us know if you plan to attend. Even if you are not 100% sure please let us know you are a “maybe”. Click here to watch the trailer for this inspiring and thought-provoking documentary.


Eye 4 Art 2017 – April 22 @ Mead High School. This annual Mead School District event, featuring student art work, a make & take booth, live music and a local artist demo & showcase, will be Saturday, April 22 from noon-5 pm at Mead High School. Admission: K-6 grade free, 7-12 grade $2, adults $5, family $15, Mead SD employees free.


STEM Summer Camps. Once again this summer the Mead School District will offer STEM Camps for current 4th – 8th grade students, plus a Culinary Arts Camp for 4th – 6th graders. Camp dates have been established and the registration window will open in mid-May. To help with summer planning a list of Summer STEM Camps 2017 is linked here. We are still working on cost and other details, which will be finalized prior to opening the registration window in mid-May. Questions? Please email [email protected].