A seven-week study of local waters and the fish that rely on them concluded with another trip to key sites pertinent to student research. The Little Spokane River's fish hatchery and Nine Mile and Long Lake Dams were the final stops for students before they committed to their personal research projects. Click twice on the headline to see an additional photo.
Summer School credit recovery and Bridge Program (Algebra Enrichment, Reading/Writing Workshop & ELL Structures) classes will be offered June 17 - July 18 at Mountainside Middle School. Classes (no charge) are open to current (2018-19) Mead School District 7th - 11th grade students. Read more . . .
As part of their salmon-fisheries studies, students prepared native trees and shrubs for planting along the Little Spokane River and Hangman Creek. The plants will help protect the streams' banks and their water quality. Click twice on headline to see second set of photos.
Students engaged in Pacific Northwest studies have enjoyed exploring historical fisheries, guided by author Jack Nisbet and fisheries manager Conor Giorgi. For a full view of photos, click twice on the headline.
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