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Lost & Found

This year we are going to stay on top of our Lost-and-Found. It will be gone through weekly, checking for names on items which then can be returned to their rightful owners. Then, the last Friday of each month all of the Lost-and-Found will be bagged up and sent off site. Please make sure your student check regularly if they have misplaced items.
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Sports Fee Reminder

Reminder: Mead School District requires a once-a-year sports fee payment of $20 for students who want to participate in school sports. Students who qualify for reduced lunch prices pay $10 per year and students who qualify for free lunch will have their sports fee waived. Students will need to consult with their parents to determine the amount of their sports fee.
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Generation Alive

Generation Alive is excited to, once again, partner with the students and families of Evergreen Elementary School for our Something to Eat program!
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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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See us on Facebook

Evergreen now has a Facebook page. Visit https://www.facebook.com/EvergreenElementaryMead?ref=hl and "LIKE" us to follow what is happening at Evergreen.
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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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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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