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THREE SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ROCK! Thumbnail Image

THREE SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ROCK!

First to graduate in the district were Three Springs High School seniors. Just take a look at this exciting time in the lives of our students. Now they are off to their next adventure!
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ART INSTALLATION AT CHENEY MIDDLE SCHOOL

On Friday, May 26th, CMS hosted Susan Zoccola, the artist who created "Palouse," our art installation in the Commons. Susan was chosen by a panel of CMS and Cheney Public Schools staff members during the building of the new CMS. The panel was provided work samples from approximately 50 artists by the WA State Arts Commission and, upon thorough review, made the choice to commission Ms. Zoccola to create the work. Principal Stark stated, "probably what drew us to her work most was her use of metals in her art." Other committee members spoke of her large body of work within public art around the state and beyond. A selected group of CMS art and leadership students spent an hour with Ms. Zoccola hearing about her vision, the design process, and asking questions relating to her work. We are thrilled to see this work completed. Make sure you look up when you are in our commons to enjoy this incredible piece. Check out Ms. Zoccola's website for more information about the artist.
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CHS MAY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Shown in the photograph are the following Students of the Month: Front row left to right: Brooke Hosmer, Nicole Burnett, Maddyson Cowan, Logan Herriman, Tyler Dixon, Natalie White. Back row left to right: Vincent Terrile, Megan Christianson, Zarah Meyer, Kameron Dewan, Ben Riddle, Andrew Samuelson. Not pictured: Keni Beebe, Bailey Sweitzer.
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WESTWOOD'S 6TH GRADE MATH IS COOL MASTERS

Westwood Middle School's 6th grade Math is Cool Masters competitors Valerie Hanes, Mika Corneil, Kylie Mitchell and Elizabeth Bae recently placed 7th in a competition against over twelve teams across Eastern Washington. Valerie Hanes placed second individually out of fifty students. These girls have been practicing since November, and performed with true confidence at the Master level. Way to go, Wolverines!