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Mead District Boundary Changes Meetings May 9th & 10th 2006

by Hawke Robinson last modified Jul 26, 2016 05:46 PM
Transcribed by hand from the "MEAD Matters" April 2006.

Special Edition Newsletter. Received by postal mail, April 29th, not yet posted on the Mead Matters website when this newsletter was received. The Mead Matters website is located at (
"Important Opportunity for parents and friends of Mead School District.
An invitation to discuss proposals for changes in elementary and secondary school attendance boundaries.

Your Opinions Wanted!
Results of study by volunteer citizens committe and proposals for elementary and secondary school boundary changes to be discussed at two workshops.

The Mead Citizens Boundary Review Planning Committee is interested in receiving public input on possible school boundary change proposals. The district's Board of Directors appointed the Advisory Citizens Committee to study and recommend adjusted student attendance boundaries based on the opening of the new elementary school and residential growth impacts on secondary school attendance boundaries.

Community Workshop Schedule

  • Mount Spokane High school Atrium
    6015 East Mount Spokane Park Drive
    Tuesday, May 9th, 2006 - 7:00 p.m.
  • Northwood Middle School Gymnasium
    13120 North Pittsburg
    Wednesday, May 10th, 2006, 7:00 p.m.

You are invited to attend either of the two workshops listed above where the following information will be presented and discussed:

  • Attendance Boundary Considerations
  • Present and Projected Enrollment
  • Elementary and Secondary Boundary Change Proposals

Following the community workshops, the Committee will consider your comments as it prepares it's recommendations to the Mead School Board for their consideration.
Boundary changes would not take place until the 2007-2008 school year.

Committee members encourage and appreciate the interaction with, and comments from, parents and interested public on these boundary issues. your ideas are important to the committee as it formulates it's recommendations.


      Chad Bell
      Pete Blackwell
      Joe Brabeck
      Brady Cass
      Deborah Danner
      Ken Denton
      Sara Ellerd
      Tim Groe
      Tom Hartanov
      Mike Kight
      Gregg Patterson
      Jody Sanford
      Judy Schwab
      Lori Smith
      Brenda Sowards
      Dan Torhjelm
      Steve Webbenhurst
      Karen Whitehead

Please contact Al Swanson, Superintendent, Mead School District -- (509) 465-6014

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