Cheney High School Facts:

Band and choir performances displace gym activities; CHS does not have an appropriate size auditorium.

Contact Info

BETZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
317 N. Seventh
Cheney, WA  99004
 
Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
 
Office: 509-559-4800
Attendance: 509-559-4802
FAX: 509-559-4837
 
Principal:
        Carol Lewis
 
Secretary:
        Christine Buob
 
PTA President:
        Summer Huber
          509-703-0908
 

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  • Welcome to Betz Elementary School!  We are proud of our students and their accomplishments.

     
    Please join us as we work and learn together!
     
     
    Carol Lewis
    Principal
     
     
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  • PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 27 at 7:30 AM

    For some of the registration materials which can be completed before going to your local school, please see "Student Registration" under the "Parent Resources" tab on this district website. Please bring a copy of the child’s legal birth certificate and current shot records. Preference will be given to children who will be 4 years old by August 31st.

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  • Love & Logic LOVE & LOGIC PARENTING CLASS

    April 16, 23, 30 and May 7th
    6:00-7:30PM

     

                                 Location:    Salnave Elementary Library
                                                     Available to both Betz and Salnave families
    Facilitator:  Catheleen Schlotter, Salnave Counselor
    & Bridie Riddick, Betz Counselor  

    Cost:           Free

    Childcare:  Free Childcare provided (sponsored by the Salnave PTO)

     

    The Love and Logic program provides simple solutions, tips, and practical techniques to help adults develop and maintain positive relationships with children while supporting children in making appropriate choices in life. If you have questions or would like to register please contact Catheleen Schlotter at 559-4726 or cschlotter@cheneysd.org

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  • - Transition activities for incoming 6th grade students

    - Educational Field trips on Fridays

     

    - June 22nd—July 17th, 2015

    - 8 am—12 pm

     

    - Free breakfast and lunch provided

    - Bus transportation available to and from CMS

    For more information contact Gwynn Moe at 559-4464

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  • Harvest of the month features PEARS
    Pears are a unique fruit in that they ripen best off the tree. Pickers carefully harvest every pear by hand, and place them into special orchard bins to prevent bruising. Washington's fresh pear production is the largest in the United States. Pears are an excellent source of dietary fiber. Go enjoy a pear today!
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