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Attention Community: Chicken Pox (Varicella) Case

We received conformation today that a student at Mt. Spokane High School was diagnosed with a case of the chicken pox. While most students are immunized, we encourage families to be aware of the signs and symptoms of the chicken pox. Please take a moment to read the letter and fact sheet from Spokane Regional Health District.
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It's been a year to remember!

Yearbook sales close at the end of this week. Don't forget to purchase your yearbook for $45 in the business office. We will NOT have extra books!

Thanks,

Bob Ganahl, Yearbook Advisor
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Do you have questions about your child’s English Language Arts (ELA)?

This year our ELA and other content area teachers, such as social studies and science are utilizing resources to more closely align with the high standards set by the Common Core State Standards. These standards have been adopted by Washington State and are designed to add rigor and relevance to our curriculum and instruction. Click the headline to read more.
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WDFY? Why not? [12.4 @ 1pm]

Thanks to Nancy Butz and our ASB leadership, Mt. Spokane boasts one of the largest Washington Drug Free Youth memberships in the state. The next testing will be held on December 4th beginning at 1pm in the PE hall. Interested? Check out the form below.
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Senior Families - Check this GREAT Opportunity!

Class of 2015. . . college is right around the corner!

As we continue to ask “What’s Next?” for our senior students, the question that usually follows from families involves the financial implications of higher education. Knowing that this is a reality, we are excited to offer a fantastic opportunity this upcoming Tuesday, November 18th.

Traci Stensland, the Associate Director of Financial Aid at Whitworth University, will offer a session for seniors and their families that will focus on the financial aid process including scholarships and completing the federal financial aid form. Our evening will begin at 6:30pm in the Mt. Spokane High School library and will end at 7:30pm.

We look forward to seeing you this upcoming Tuesday! If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to call Darren Nelson or Jamie Goodman using the provided contact information.

Darren Nelson, Principal – 465-7210 – darren.nelson@mead354.org
Jamie Goodman, Senior Counselor – 465-7223 – jamie.goodman@mead354.org

[This is cross-posted at Mr. Nelson's Blog: http://dnelson81.edublogs.org/2014/11/15/senior-families-check-this-great-opportunity/]
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Attention Community...

Below you will find a letter from Mr. Nelson regarding an incident that transpired today, November 14, 2014, at the end of 2nd lunch.

Thank you for your support!

Go 'Cats!
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Athletics Update, Week #10...

Another successful week in Wildcat Athletics - Mt Spokane held it's own at Cross Country State, Girls Soccer secured a Regional Championship and will host a 1st round of State game, Football earned a playoff win and will also host a State game, and Volleyball came within inches of clinching a Regional title and trip to State.

Not too shabby - update attached. Please pass along to any and all who might be interested. Thanks.

Paul Kautzman, Athletic Director
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NO School Monday (11.10) or Tuesday (11.11)...

The entire Mt. Spokane family would like to extend a thank you to all Veterans who have served past and present. In honor of Veterans, there will be no school on Monday, November 10th or Tuesday, November 11th.

A special thank you to our very own Veterans Bill Patrick, Randy Steele, Rick Brazee, Dana Hunt, Josh Cowart and Tom Lukich who all served our country.
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Wildcat Drama Presents "The Importance of Being Earnest"

The Mt. Spokane High School Drama Department proudly presents Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" November 12-14 @ 7 p.m., November 19-21 @ 7 p.m. and November 22 @ 2 p.m.

There is nothing earnest about this play, at least on the surface. It's a satire of the Victorian era when an intricate code of behavior governed nearly every aspect of daily life. See you there, Wildcats!
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Superhero Sadies...

Please consider attending the Superhero Sadies Dance on Saturday, November 22nd from 8:00 to 10:00 pm as a chaperone.

We are expecting a great group of kids and dances are always a positive way to build and maintain connections with students.

Please contact Mrs. Klingback @ Millayna.Klingback@Mead354.org if we can count you in!

Millayna and the class of 2017
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