For 2017 Senior All Nighter Information - please look under Activities - Clubs & Activities - Senior All Nighter.
Part one, the "share" phase of our current ThoughtExchange engagement, closed on October 12. In this first phase parents, staff and community members were invited to share thoughts, perspectives and suggestions to three open ended questions regarding our learning programs. We thank those who participated in phase one. We now move to phase two. Read more . . .
Congratulations to our five National Merit Commended Scholars! Seniors Jinna Brim, Lukas Craze, Peter Duff, Michele Ortiz and Connor Smith have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program for their performance on the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. We are proud of these scholars!
Senior Portraits are due by Friday, October 28
Senior Baby Ads are due by Wednesday, Nov. 23
Open the file for more information and upcoming important dates for your calendar.
As we attempt to keep our Running Start seniors informed, this calendar will be updated regularly with important dates and events that Running Start seniors may want to take be aware of for their planning.
Second Harvest and At The Core work with schools and community partners to provide Bite2Go: weekend food supplies for students in need during the school year. Thankfully, Mt. Spokane has been chosen as one of three pilot high schools for the new Bite2Go XL program. Bite2Go XL kits include a diverse mix of healthy, teen-friendly, nonperishable food items to cover meals and snacks over the weekend. Each week, Mt. Spokane Link Crew students will build custom bags of food to be distributed discreetly and anonymously to our students in need. Please click the link to see how you can help!
An informational meeting hosted by the Directors of Admission at Vanderbilt, Tufts, and Vassar will be held in Spokane, Wednesday, Oct 19th from 7:00-8:30 pm at Doubletree by Hilton City Center. For more information and to register, visit this website admissions.vanderbilt.edu/joint-travel-program.
Please access the Fair Opportunity Project’s College Application Guide, a free resource being sent to every public school in the US. The Project organized a team of 20+ college students, 10 advisors, and 200 high school counselors from across the nation to write a free college admissions and financial aid guide that has been reviewed and praised by many of the nation’s leading college admissions committees. Click on the link to get your copy!
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