Wednesday, Oct. 17
Dress code required for all students not participating in Spirit Week activities.
Students may pay 50 cents each day to participate in Spirit Week Fundraiser. See below.
Mead's dress code can be found on page 12 of the student planner.
Spirit Week Fundraiser Activities:
Students pay 50 cents each day to participate.
Wednesday, Oct. 17: “Wear-a-hat Wednesday”: Students need to still be in uniform on this day but can just add a hat to their outfit. A helmet doesn’t count as a hat and is not allowed.
Thursday, Oct. 18: “Team Thursday”: Students may wear college, pro, or local team shirts, sweatshirts, or jerseys along with any team hats. They may wear sweats if the sweats have a team logo/team name down the side. They can wear jerseys if they play for a team. Again, no helmets.
Sports in 2018-19 school year?
If your 7th or 8th grader wants to try out for sports this upcoming school year, a current completed physical and other required forms must be submitted. Don't wait too late! These forms are available below to be downloaded, printed, and completed. The front office will accept your completed forms.
IMPORTANT: Always make and keep a copy of the completed doctor signed physical before submitting to office.
Mead Middle School
Daily Street Closing Notice
3:00 - 3:20 PM
Each weekday afternoon, from 3:00 PM – 3:20 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 3:20.
Student safety is a top priority, and we sincerely appreciate your understanding.
The District's Showcase of Choices and Opportunities is Thursday, November 1, 5:30 - 8 p.m. Come see all the different educational options the district offers, including magnet schools, neighborhood schools, special programs and support departments.
Dr. Vince Evans has been named Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services for the Wichita Public Schools.
This fall, we’re highlighting the seven strategic themes that guide our work to empower students to Dream, Believe and Achieve.