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Mead High School’s Student News

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Victoria will continue her schooling through Metropolitan State University to become a real estate agent.

Where are they going?: Victoria Solis

Alice Stewart, Writer February 5, 2024

Victoria Solis (‘24) plans on going to Metropolitan State online. From there, she wants to get a major in accounting and a Bachelor of Science in business management. She will also be participating in...

Each day can be used to implement small changes to improve mental health.

Seasonal depression can occur, but there are a few ways to combat this

Savanah Bayer, Content Editor January 25, 2024

Seasonal depression tends to linger around late fall and early winter. With this in mind be sure to pay attention to your mental health as well as others around you. It is also important to further actions...

Pictures can add character to a space.

Personal style can be incorporated into classrooms

Skylar Whalen, Editor-in-Chief September 25, 2023

Mav Newspaper, I need help decorating my room! —Mr. Duncan   Three year winners of the Better Homes and Gardens Stylemaker, Lauren and Robert provide 13 great tips for decorating a room.  Find...

This photo was taken in a G wing upstairs bathroom stall in August of 2023.

Girl’s bathroom graffiti highlights positive messages in stalls

Savanah Bayer, Content Editor September 7, 2023

The girl's bathrooms at Mead High School are occasionally sprinkled with graffiti composed of sweet messages and reminders.  Whenever one thinks of graffiti in school bathrooms, silly drawings and profanity...

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