Mead students recently explored careers in the building trades, participating in Construction Day 2018 on October 11th. Under supervision, the students operated heavy equipment at the county fairgrounds, where they also talked with industry representatives about futures in construction. To view photos of the field trip, click on the headline.
MEAD students will take the Healthy Youth Survey on October 19th.
Students worked alongside National Park Service employees on Mt. Rainier during the week of September 17th. MEAD students joined the NPS for the 25th straight year, replanting native vegetation in damaged areas of the park. Click twice on the headline to see additional photos.
On 9/12, students enjoyed a paddle trip down the beautiful Little Spokane River with the City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department. Paddlers began at St. George's and floated to the confluence of the Spokane River. To see photos, click twice on Kayak Trip above.
Last spring, MEAD Alternative had a memorable time at the play "Hamilton," truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. This winter (January 24th), they will have the opportunity to attend "Dear Evan Hansen."
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