Mead wins the No-Bell Prize

With AP Testing over these next two weeks, Mead will have no bells

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AIden Owen

Mead High School administration is working on continuing to create a safe environment for students.

For the next two weeks (Monday, May 6 until Friday, May 17) Mead High School will have few bells going off over the day.

This is out of respect for students who are in the gyms doing their AP testing. The bells have the potential to disrupt the testing environment; as a result, Administration has turned them off.

This means that you will have to keep track of the time yourself. There will be no warning bells for classes during passing periods and lunch and you will still be held responsible for your attendance.

The MHS bell schedules can be found here and the AP test schedule can be found here.