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Chicken Pox Notification...

An individual @ Mt. Spokane has been diagnosed with varicella (chickenpox), so our community needs to be vigilant to recognize the symptoms of chickenpox, and seek medical care if they do contract the illness. We also need them to report it to our school nurse if they do get it.

Please consult the attached letter that describes the illness and what to do for treatment.

All families will also be notified via our automated phone system.
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Yearbook Announcement!

Senior portraits "as they appear in the yearbook" are available for viewing in the window of student services through Friday. They will remain there through this Friday. Students are urged to stop by and view their portraits and report to Mr. Ganahl in Room 130 any concerns.

Additionally, the school has purchased an allotment of extra yearbooks that are now available for purchase – first come, first serve. Price is $45 as always. We will not be able to acquire any additional books after this.
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Head Lice Notification...

The attached letter is to inform you that a case of head lice has been identified in your child’s school.

Please do your part to prevent the spread of this communicable condition by checking your child(ren) daily for the next 2 weeks and on a regular basis thereafter. Head lice are much easier to treat if caught early. Please read the attached brochure to learn effective procedures to examine your child. Please discourage your child from sharing personal items such as hats, combs, hairclips etc. with other children.

If you should discover a case of head lice, please notify your child’s school and/or child care center. Please follow the recommendations for treatment on the attached brochure.

If you have questions or need assistance, contact Spokane Regional Health District information hot line at 323-2847, or visit www.SRHD.org. You may also contact the school nurse through your school office.

Thank you for helping to limit the spread of this condition.
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Hoops for Hope XI A Success

On Wednesday, February 4th, Mt. Spokane High School hosted the 11th Hoops for Hope benefit basketball game. The game, played with the staffs of Mt. Spokane and Mountainside Middle School against the staffs of Mead High and Northwood Middle School, raised over $ 2925 for the Community Cancer Fund. Unlike many of our inter-district contests, the winner wasn’t one team or the other; instead the winner was the Community Cancer Fund and the individuals of the Spokane area that the organization serves.

The Mead School District wishes to thank the staff members who played in the game and the community members who supported it. We would also like to thank the DECA students of Mt. Spokane who solicited many of this years raffle sponsors, the A.S.B.’s of Mead High School and Mt. Spokane High School for their fund raising efforts, and the students of the Mead School District for their cheering and selfless support of the games for the past eleven years. Lastly, we would like to thank the following sponsors who’s contributions made the game and the raffle possible; Avista Utilities, Azteca Mexican Restaurant, Cenex/ Zip Trip Inc. along with Ian Johnstone, Cold Stone Creamery, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, Didiers Yogurt and More, Gonzaga University Men’s Basketball, The Inland Empire Basketball Officials Association, Laser Quest, McClain’s Pizza Company, The Onion, Pattison’s North, PostNet, Poole’s Public House, SNAP Fitness, The Spokane Country Club, The Spokane Indians Baseball Club, Taco Del Mar, Wandermere Village Centre Cinemas, and Ziggy’s for their generous donations and support.

This game is another example of the Mead community joining together to stand up to cancer and to support worthy causes. In the eleven years of the games existence, we have been able to raise over $ 48,000 and we are seeking to expand our efforts and impact next year when the game will be played at Mead High School.
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Voters Approve Bond & Levy

A big THANK YOU to the Mead community for their support! Preliminary results have both February 10 ballot measures receiving voter approval. The Levy received nearly 69% voter approval and the Bond 63.5%. The Spokane County Elections Office will certify election results on February 24, 2015.
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Hoops for Hope XI Benefit Basketball Game

Don't miss the annual benefit basketball game has the Mead High School/Northwood staff taking on the Mt. Spokane/Mountainside staff on Wednesday, February 4th - 7:30 p.m. at Mt. Spokane High School.

Admission: $5 donation.

Mr. Preston has organized the event and over the last decade has raised over $45,000 to help flight cancer.
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Student Art Show @ The Kress Gallery [Riverpark Square]

OPENING RECEPTION THIS FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 6TH, 2015
5:00 PM – 8 PM

FEATURING WORK BY ART STUDENTS FROM
MT. SPOKANE HIGH SCHOOL AND
MEAD HIGH SCHOOL

APPETIZERS AND PUNCH ARE PROVIDED BY RIVERPARK SQUARE

THE GALLERY IS LOCATED ON THE FOOD COURT LEVEL OF RIVERPARK SQUARE.

THE ARTWORK WILL BE ON DISPLAY FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

WE HOPE YOU, YOUR FRIENDS AND YOUR FAMILIES WILL BE ABLE TO COME AND CELEBRATE THE SUCCESS OF OUR TALENTED STUDENT ARTISTS.
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