Round Up starts a new beginning for Mead High


Various MHS students compete for the simulated football playoffs on the Ps4 at Friday nights Round Up.

The night of August 18, MHS students, parents, and community members joined in an evening meant to bring the community together, raise money, and introduce new clubs and groups.

“Lots of Maverick pride, the best I’ve ever seen,” says Jason Klatt, an MHS football coach.

Maverick pride is considered key to the school. Not only does it make for a better school year, but it also brings the entire community together as one.

“The Round Up was a great way to start the year; it really invited the community in,” says Ty Tatham, Head Wrestling Coach.

The Round Up, only being in progress for about three years now, has had a huge success when it comes to introducing new types of groups and clubs for students to get involved in.