Monday, Jan. 23: Only 6th grade may dress down.
6th grade received zero tardies to classes on Jan. 20.
Mead Middle School
Daily Street Closing Notice
3:30 - 3:50 PM
Each weekday afternoon, from 3:30 PM – 3:50 PM, Skinner Street in front of Mead Middle School, and a portion of Green Street will be closed to traffic. This closing is by approval of the Wichita Police Department and assists with the safe dismissal of our students. Vehicles parking in the zone indicated on the map below may not move until the street is re-opened to traffic by school staff at 3:50.
Student safety is a top priority, and we sincerely appreciate your understanding.
Sports This Year?
7th and 8th graders may participate in middle school athletics. A current physical examination is required prior to participation. Physicals may be submitted to Mr. Millis at Mead. The link below will take you to the required form:
Additionally, a concussion and head injury release is required. The link below will take you to that form:
NOTE: Cross Country begins almost immediately at the start of school. Practice starts the first week! Because of this, it is important to complete physicals as soon as possible. Join the Mead Cross Country team to become involved in a school activity early on, and for outstanding conditioning for other sports.
“Run. No matter how slow you go, you are still lapping everybody on the couch.”
The Wichita Board of Education moved quickly on some first steps to begin the superintendent search during its January 9 meeting to expedite the search process.
The Board of Education had its first discussion on a search for a new superintendent during a special meeting on January 5.
The Olathe Public Schools Board of Education has confirmed that Wichita's Superintendent of Schools, John Allison, will become Olathe's next superintendent of schools effective next school year. Superintendent Allison will continue to serve the students and staff in Wichita through the end of the 2016-17 school year.
The Wichita Public Schools, along with school districts across Kansas, submitted input on how education should be funded to Governor Sam Brownback in advance of lawmakers creating a new finance formula.