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Cheney Public Schools
Superintendent's Office
520 Fourth Street
Cheney, WA 99004
 
District Support Site
12414 S. Andrus Rd.
Cheney, WA  99004
(509) 559-4599
 
Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
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Today's Menu

  • 4/21/2014

    Breakfast:
    Omelet, Banana, & Roll
    Lunch:
    Beef Nachos
    Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
  • 4/22/2014

    Breakfast:
    Egg Biscuit & an Orange
    Lunch:
    Mac and Cheese
    Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
  • 4/23/2014

    Breakfast:
    Aspen Cookie & an Apple
    Lunch:
    Homemade Chicken Strips
    Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
  • 4/24/2014

    Breakfast:
    Fruit Smoothie & Granola
    Lunch:
    Hot Ham & Cheese Sandwich
    Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
  • 4/25/2014

    Breakfast:
    Biscuit & an Orange
    Lunch:
    Build Your Own Burger
    Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar

Announcements

  • KATHY CONRATH NAMED CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
    Kathy Conrath, District Student Information Systems Specialist, was honored by the School Board at their meeting on April 16 as the district's Classified Employee of the Year.  No one could be more deserving of this honor.  Kathy works tirelessly to ensure that all  student data is accurate and, with today’s data reporting requirements, her job has become more and more challenging.  One of her nomination letters included the following:  "When I think of Kathy, a few key characteristics come to my mind - Quality, Kindness, Hard Work, and Team Work."  "Kathy is an extraordinary employee and a friend to staff members throughout the district."  Be sure to congratulate her on this well-deserved honor!

     

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  • 2014 FCCLA NATIONAL PARTICIPANTS ANNOUNCED
    CHS teacher and advisor Karlyn Urdahl is proud to announce the 2014 National Participants for FCCLA.  They are Anastasiya Mayerchuk for Recycle and Redesign, Kaylie Watters for Sports Nutrition, and Nadine Red and McKayla Lewis for Food Innovations.  These students will take their projects to San Antonio, Texas in July.  Please congratulate them on this marvelous accomplishment when you see them.
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  • STUDENTS "GIVE" DURING SPOKANE GIVES WEEK
    April 14-18 is Spokane Gives Week - a week to celebrate volunteerism in our communities.  To help commemorate the week, our K-12 students are participating by decorating luminary bags for the 2nd Annual MayFest on May 16 in downtown Cheney.  Thank you, students, for sharing your time to support your communities!
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  • NOAH ZIEMANN TO ATTEND UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA
    Noah Ziemann is the most recent CHS student to commit to a post-secondary institution.  Noah will attend the University of Montana in Dillon, Montana and will play football there.  Congratulations, Noah!
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  • BERRIES ARE THE "HARVEST OF THE MONTH" FOR APRIL
    Students are enjoying the "Harvest of the Month" event in the district - and this month berries are the featured local item.  Did you know that Washington produces over 60% of our country's raspberries, and Eastern Washington is becoming a leading producer of blueberries?  Check out the USDA blog on our Farm to School Program as well as the feature article on the National Let's Move blog.
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  • CHENEY AGRONOMY TEAM PLACES IN COMPETITION
    The Cheney Agronomy Team of Colton Miller, Tyler McBride, Riley MacQuarrie and Andrew Pimentel placed in the State Agronomy Career Development Event in Pullman on the WSU campus on March 26.  This contest combines plant science, plant identification, integrated pesticide management, soil science and chemical analysis in the production of crops.  They will be recognized on stage at the State FFA Convention in May.  On March 27, at the District 5 Leadership Contests, Leah Swannack and Logan Best excelled.  Leah took 1st Place in Prepared Public Speaking and Logan took 2nd Place in Extemporaneous Public Speaking and will compete at the state contest in Pullman in May.  Congratulate them when you see them!
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  • SNOW MAKE-UP DAY SET FOR JUNE 12
    The make-up day for this month's district-wide snow closure will be Thursday, June 12.  This day was included as the first potential make-up day on the original published school calendar.  School will now be in session that day - so June 12 will now be the last day of school.  Monday-Wednesday kindergarten students will attend class to make up for the missed day of instruction.
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  • CAR SEAT CHECK-UP SATURDAY
    Is your car seat installed correctly?  Is it the proper size for your child?  Has it been recalled?  Bring your child and their car seat to the Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds, 404 N. Havana, on Saturday, April 26 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  A certified safety technician will check the seat for FREE!  These check-ups are provided by Safe Kids Spokane.
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