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CHS SEPTEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Shown in the photograph are the following Students of the Month:
Front row left to right: Skylar Graver, Addison Gonzalez, Callie Lamb, Evelyn Rowe, Erin Jones
Back row left to right: Benjamin Rose, Amos Black, Liam Hewey, Trinidad Richardson, Keith Cameron, Samuel Fix
Not pictured: John Gasper, Trent DeAngelis, Daniel Waggener
Congratulations to all of these fine students!
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CHS BAND AND COLOR GUARD ARE AMAZING!

At the Northwest Band Championship, the Cheney High School band and color guard once again rocked it! Did you know our CHS band is one of the best around - regardless of the size school or band? They took first place and took every category, except one, against bands in their division the morning of October 15. In the finals, where they competed against much larger bands in the Open Division, they took 3rd place! Be sure to congratulate all of our band, color guard, and staff!
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COMMUNITY CAPITAL PROJECTS OPEN HOUSES

You are invited to attend one (or more) of the scheduled capital projects open houses. At each location, information will be shared about the progress of the capital projects work which was approved by bond issue voters. These opportunities to learn more about plans for construction are:
Sunset Elementary School, 7:00 p.m. on Thurs., October 19 -
Windsor Elementary School, 7:00 p.m. on Tues., October 24 - Cheney High School, 7:00 p.m. on Thurs., November 2 - and Cheney High School, 7:00 p.m. on Tues., November 7
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WE NEED SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS AND PARAEDUCATORS

The District is looking for awesome people to be substitute teachers and paraeducators who:
Are looking for flexible work that is meaningful and purposeful;
Have either informal teaching-related experience (like tutoring or childcare) or formal teaching experience;
Have a passion for working with kids.
With a Bachelor's degree, you can apply to be an Emergency Certificated Substitute Teacher. If interested in teaching or being a paraeducator, contact Leigh Lubbers at 559-4542, or at llubbers@cheneysd.org.
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STATE LEARNING STANDARDS & TESTING

We would like to share information about Washington's K-12 Learning Standards and Assessments. State and federal laws require students to be tested. Grades 3 through 8 and high school students take the Smarter Balanced assessments in English Language Arts and Math, while Grades 5, 8 and 11 are tested in Science. Please click on the headline above to see key information about the standards, why they are important, and how parents can support their students.
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WESTWOOD WOLVERINE PRIDE LEADERSHIP THEME

WMS Wolverine Leadership students have come up with a theme to guide their work this year as school leaders. The theme - a quote from the Dalai Lama - goes like this: "Our prime purpose in life is to help others. And if you can't help others, at least don't hurt them." They are working hard to put these words into action. They began in August preparing PBIS stations for the 1st day of school, assisting in a 1st day assembly,and planning a Fund Run Kick-Off Assembly. Most recently, students collected the recycling for the whole school, and the next day leadership students made a "sweep" of the grounds, picking up garbage.
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THANK YOU, TONY WILLIAMS INSURANCE!

This summer, the office of Tony Williams Insurance donated $500 to help purchase new recess equipment for Salnave Elementary School. They said they are proud to help out their local community. We could not be more thankful for the support of these wonderful folks! Our students and staff at Salnave deeply appreciate their generosity!
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POISON PREVENTION INFORMATION

We would like to share a recent article from KING 5 with an interview from Dr. Suzan Mazor at Seattle Children's Hospital discussing poison prevention and a website PoisonHelp.org to help you determine what you need to do, whether observe symptoms, call the Poison hotline (800-222-1222), or go to the emergency room. View the article at the link in the title above and check out the website. Then save it to your smartphone web browser as a favorite in case you ever need it - along with the number to the poison center.
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