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SCHOOLS CLOSED WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18TH

Due to hazardous driving conditions, schools will be closed today, January 18th. All extracurricular activities are also cancelled.

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CHS ASB leaders
CMS Boy Helping at Marshall Farm
Three CMS students helping at Marshall Farm
Teacher James Scarcello and art students displaying art
Adults creating artwork at Canvas Cafe
Two CMS boys at Marshall Farm taking a break
Canvas Cafe Artists showing their creations

News & Announcements

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BOND FACT

Cheney High School is 300 students beyond capacity and expected to grow to 1,600 students by 2028. This project expands CHS to a capacity of over 1,600 students, adding 17 classrooms and additional instructional spaces, including a weight and fitness room, auditorium for drama and music, and practice gym for classes and extracurricular activities. Under this project, a secure entry and security/camera system are added to address safety at CHS. Hallway and parking expansion and reconfiguration, as well as a commons area, will support traffic flow and future growth. 27,000 square feet of space is renovated, including a woods room, metal shop, agriculture room, and business classroom.
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INFORMATION REGARDING BOND PROPOSAL TO EXPAND AND RENOVATE SCHOOL FACILITIES AND IMPROVE SECURITY

In a special election on February 14th, district voters will be asked to consider a 21-year, $52 million bond. Projects funded by this bond would provide space to accommodate growth at the elementary, middle, and high school levels through 2028 at current enrollment projections. Funds are also included to purchase land for future high school and elementary school needs. Future posts will describe the projects in detail. Cost (in millions) of bond proposal by school site: Cheney High School $35.10 Sunset Elementary $7.80 Windsor Elementary $7.25 Betz Elementary $3.20 Three Springs High School $0.50 Land Purchase $0.25 Salnave Elementary $0.10 Estimated Washington State Financing Assistance for Unhoused Students - $2.20 Total $52 Million
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RYLIE PEASE WILL BE OFF TO PRINCETON!

Cheney High School senior Rylie Pease recently signed her letter of intent. She is going to throw the Javelin at Princeton!!! We are so proud of this fine young student athlete!
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CHENEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO FORM FUTURE SCHOOL SITE PLANNING COMMITTEE

As the District plans for future property purchases for school sites, it will be important to consider all of the necessary information before making final decisions.To that end, Cheney Public Schools will form a School Site Planning Committee, to include school district leadership, civic and community leaders in Airway Heights, Cheney, the West Plains, and Spokane County. As part of the decision-making process, the District will need to identify available property within our District boundaries that is outside of the flight zone and within the UGA. We will also need to consider the projected housing, commercial and enrollment growth which will occur throughout the District that could potentially impact future school siting. It is anticipated the committee will begin meeting in either July or August of this year. Following the initial meeting, a timeline for continued planning and work will be established.
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SYDNEY ZAPF RECEIVES HONOR

Cheney High School student Sydney Zapf was selected as a 2017 National Honorable Mention recipient of the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. This is a huge honor - there were over 2000 applications, and Sydney was chosen as one of the top 400. We are very proud of her accomplishment.