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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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Yearbook Information...

As many of you are aware, the FINAL DATE for yearbook purchase is 12/12. The cost is $45.
Order yours today in the business office!
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Current Health & Wellness Information

Influenza season is in full swing. There have been many confirmed cases throughout the District and Spokane County. Please be aware of the signs and symptoms of influenza and please keep your children home when they are not feeling well. This is especially important if they have had a fever in the past 24 hours. Read more . . .
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VOTE NOW!

Hipes tied the game with this 67-yard catch and sprint into the endzone to help the Wildcats win the Greater Spokane League 3A title! If this play is your Kimmel HOTW favorite make sure you vote for Hipes below!

http://khq.upickem.net/engine/Votes.aspx?contestid=145325
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Friday Night Lights!

MSHS students will get into Albi free for Friday night's 5:30 playoff football game vs. Kennewick.

They must come through the West (Press Box) gate, present their MSHS photo id at the ticket booth and they will have their ticket paid for compliments of the Booster Club.

Please do what you can to spread the word.
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MSHS Named Top High School!

What an honor!

Once again, Mt. Spokane High School has been recognized by The Daily Beast as one of America’s Top High Schools for 2014. Taking five different indicators into account including ACT/SAT scores, graduation rate, rigor, college bound and free/reduced lunch data, high schools who qualify are ranked on their annual, prestigious list.

Mt. Spokane High School is only one of three local high schools to qualify for this honor. (The other two are Lewis & Clark and North Central.) Our ranking of 586 is the highest in the area, and we are thankful to our incredible teachers, students and community for creating an environment where our kids achieve incredible feats!

Congratulations, Wildcats!

For more detailed info click http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/08/27/america-s-top-high-schools.search_spokane.html?

[Cross posted on Mr. Nelson's blog: http://dnelson81.edublogs.org/2014/10/30/mshs-americas-top-high-school-list-2014/]
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MSHS Thoughts to Marysville...

Please take a moment to read the letter Mr. Nelson penned to our community regarding the tragedy that occurred at Marysville-Pilchuck High School [attached below].

Our collective thoughts and prayers go out to all those directly impacted by the tragic events that transpired last Friday, October 23rd.
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Note the change: Basketball Tickets

Starting December 2nd, there will be a charge for V & JV Basketball games ~4:30pm.

GSL Passes Accepted/ASB Cards Accepted

$4 for Students; $6 for Adults
a)    3:45pm FR Games Gym & FH - FREE
b)   5:30pm V Game in Gym & JV Game in FH - CHARGE
c)    7:15pm V Game in Gym & JV Game in FH – CHARGE

Please help us spread the word!
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WE WANT YOU!

The Mt. Spokane High School Blood Drive will take place THIS Thursday, October 30 from 8a-2p. Be sure you bring the signed permission slip below. You can just show up or make an appointment online at www.inbcsaves.org then enter sponsor code: MtSpokaneHighSchool.

"Find the hero in you" - Give blood 3x / year!
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Athletics Update, Week #8...

The regular season is winding down quickly and the Cats are in a great place to make significant runs into the District, Regional & State playoffs.

The Weekly Wildcat Update can be found below - please share with all who might be interested in how are student-athletes are doing.

Thanks and have a great week!

Paul Kautzman, A.D.
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