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Mead High School’s Student News

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Mead High School’s Student News

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Abby Kearns

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor

Abby Kearns is a junior. She is in her third year of Journalism as Managing Editor. She loves being outside, hiking, being with friends and family, and learning new things. She's excited for making new friends and memories this school year.

All content by Abby Kearns
Live concert of The Backseat Lovers

The Backseat Lovers formed in 2018

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
April 5, 2024
Ana is excited to continue her education at NJC for radiology.

Where are they going? Ana Stewart

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
January 29, 2024
Coach Reese is an integral part of the MHS PE department.

Teacher Feature: Mr. Reese

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
December 5, 2023
Campus Supervisor Wade Weese has been at Mead for five years.

Meet campus supervisor Wade Weese

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
December 5, 2023
Clouds (poem)

Clouds (poem)

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
February 7, 2023
What time is it? (poem)

What time is it? (poem)

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
January 25, 2023
Mrs. Lammey shares that doesn’t go through drive thru car washes because she fears getting stuck. 

Teacher Feature: Ms. Lammey

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
December 6, 2022
Happy Birthday (poem)

Happy Birthday (poem)

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
October 27, 2022
Im Still A Person (poem)

I’m Still A Person (poem)

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
October 20, 2022
Students in the country can expect to take an online SAT as soon as 2024.

SAT to be fully online by 2023

Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
March 28, 2022
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