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January 25 - 30

January 25 - 30

GOOD LUCK to our MHS Basketball teams! They will compete in the SPIAA Tournament this week. All the games will be hosted at the United Wireless Arena in Dodge City. ...

January 18 - 23

January 18 - 23

CONGRATULATIONS to our MHS Scholars Bowl team and a BIG high five to Gabe Romaker! Our team of "brainiacs" took 3rd place at the SPIAA Scholars Bowl tournament. Our team...

January 11-16

January 11-16

It is a busy week with four nights of basketball, a Board of Education meeting, and Site Council meetings in both buildings. GOOD LUCK to our MHS Scholars Bowl team! ...

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Kenneth Harshberger

Kenneth Harshberger

about 2 hours ago

Meade Schools will dismiss at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, Jan. 26 to allow staff to take the COVID-19 vaccine in the GS Auditorium. This is necessary because of the observation time and the large number of staff to be vaccinated.
Kenneth Harshberger, Superintendent

Brandon Haynes

Brandon Haynes

2 days ago

SPIAA BB Tourney attendance:
Girls ‘Play in at Spearville’. Only 2 parents per cheerleader or Girls’ BB player allowed. M-Th @ United Wireless Arena is the same specific to which team(B,G) is playing.

Joel Allen

Joel Allen

3 days ago

Streaming of tomorrow night’s girls game vs Kiowa Co. Can be found on the Spearville HS page of the NFHS Network. Game time is 7pm.
Link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/spearville-high-school-spearville-ks/gam09fb194567

Joel Allen

Joel Allen

3 days ago

Tomorrow night at 7pm the Lady Buffs will begin their quest for a league tournament championship against Kiowa Co. Per KSHSAA policy (through Jan 28), only 2 parents/guardians per participant on a pass gate list are allowed to attend. #WeR226 #MeadeBuffaloes #MHSBasketball

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Meade USD 226

Meade USD 226

3 days ago

++++++++++Meade USD 226 Weekly COVID-19 Update+++++++++
Meade Schools continue to remain in the YELLOW, but the number of students out of the buildings has increased to over 9% and staff out of the buildings has increased as well. Fortunately only the 8th grade class has had to go to remote learning. County cases have increased and both the hospital and the health department have given numerous tests this week. Please remember any family member of our students and staff can get a FREE Non-invasive COVID-19 test at the health department.
Kenneth Harshberger, Superintendent
> 31 Students out of the buildings (quarantine, positive, or ill) 1/20
> 6 Staff members out of the buildings (quarantine, positive, or ill) 1/20
> 37 County Active Cases (1/20)
> 17.4 % - 2 Week County Positive Case Rate (1/16)
> 25.0% - 1 Week County Positive Case Rate (1/17)

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