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12414 S. Andrus Rd.
Cheney, WA 99004
(509) 559-4599
 
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  • JULY 17 IS THE BLACKHAWK SCRAMBLE!
    The Blackhawk Scramble will take place on Sunday, July 17, beginning with an 8:00 a.m. shotgun start. This fun event will benefit Cheney High School athletics and Kiwanis Club scholarships. The entry fee is $75, which includes golf, cart, door prize, and meal. For more information, contact Kris Kallem at 747-8418 or Gregg Hare at 559-4103. Tons of prizes, auction and dinner will follow the round!

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  • CHS RECEIVES GLOBAL EDUCATION EXCELLENCE AWARD
    Recently, Cheney High School was honored with the Global Education Excellence Award for their work in placing Foreign Exchange students here. Over the past decade, they have placed over 50 students from various countries - including Denmark, where 11th grader Victoria Langergaard originated. She enjoys photography and listening to music, as well as playing the piano.

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  • DISTRICT WILL OFFER FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH DURING THE SUMMER
    Even after the school year is over, the District's Seamless Summer Feeding Program for Children will offer free breakfast and lunch for children under 18. Free meals will be available at Cheney High School, Cheney Middle School, Westwood Middle School and Sunset Elementary School, beginning June 20. Breakfast will be served from 8:00 to 8:15 a.m. and lunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. to noon. Chef LJ Klinkenberg said the goal is to feed as many students as possible, to make sure kids have enough to eat, and to serve high quality food. "The program will give kitchen staff a chance to try out some new recipes for next year."

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  • BETZ-SALNAVE BAND AND STRINGS CONCERT
    The combined Betz and Salnave Elementary band and strings concert was held at Cheney Middle School. It was an awesome last show for the fifth graders as they could unite as a cohesive group to move on to middle school. This experience for the students was a highlight of their year - everything from the trip to CMS to practice, to the BBQ hosted by CMS, to the evening concert. The combined bands and orchestras sounded amazing, and parents were thrilled with the performance and the opportunity. The District's strings program is definitely growing.

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  • WELCOME TO THREE SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL
    The District is pleased to share video presentations about each of our schools, and we invite you to view the Three Springs High School video by clicking here. Located on the same campus as Cheney High School, this school has its own unique identity and student pride. All of our schools have something special to offer, and we are proud of the learning that takes place at each one.

     

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  • SUMMER READING AT YOUR SPOKANE COUNTY LIBRARY
    The goal of the Summer Reading Program at your Spokane County Library is to support student success throughout the summer. Library staff members are prepared to guide children to books that are just right for their reading level this summer through "On your Mark, Get Set, Read." Summer is when kids of all ages are free to explore and discover to their heart's content, and this year the Spokane County Library District has planned 6 weeks of activities to inspire kids to read, learn, and to be the hero of their own story.  Starting June 20, your local library has a fun-filled educational program every week. Visit their website and check it out!

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  • RECENT CHS GRADUATE OLIVIA SWENSON PAYS IT FORWARD
    Olivia saw the graffiti someone had placed on the "Welcome to Cheney" sign on Cheney-Spokane Road, and she decided to clean it up! She painted over the graffiti on the sign - and one man stopped because he thought she was "tagging" it. He was pleasantly surprised to discover that she was refurbishing it. The sign looks great again! If everyone does just a little, it all adds up! Thank you, Olivia, for your community pride and service!

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  • MAY CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
    Most of the Cheney High School Students of the Month for May are pictured here, though it was a VERY busy time of year to try to get all of them together for the photograph.
    Standing left to right: Talley Larsen, Kristiie McGourin, Aiden Hubbard, Ethan Drury, Am'mi Hanna
    Sitting left to right: Alysin Simons, Kiarra Wallace, Ally Douglas, Kasey Bein
    Not pictured: Sam Clemmons, Brette Draper, Dillon Grewell, Cordin Kearns, Walter Kosanke, Katie Miller
    Congratulations to all of these fine students on their accomplishments!

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  • AMAZING RESULTS FOR SPORTS MEDICINE NATIONALS
    We are so proud to announce that our very own CHS team that competed in the recent National Sports Medicine Competition placed 2nd! Participants were Gabe Clayden, Emily Darvis, Alyssa Gonzalez, Alyvia Huntley, Brandy Lickfold, Amarise Lindauer, Keenan Loughery, Joel Rice, Rose Smith, Brooke Spencer and Jamiel Worthem. Wow - 2nd Place Nationally! What an accomplishment! And we had individual successes also. Amarise Lindauer tied for 9th place, Gabe Clayden took 15th, Rose Smith 22nd, and Alyvia Huntley tied for 23rd. These four students were All Americans - with 1 in the Top Ten! Check out all of the information contained in the Press Release.

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The Cheney School District does not discrimi­nate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, economic status, pregnancy, familial status, marital status, disability, or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. 

 

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Mr. Sean Dotson, Associate Superintendent, Cheney School District, 12414 S. Andrus Rd., Cheney, WA 99004, Phone: 559-4550

 

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Ms. Kristi Thurston, Director, Student Support Services

Services, 12414 S. Andrus Rd., Cheney, WA  99004, Phone: 559-4507

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