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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

  • 4/23/2014

    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

  • CHS SPOKANE SCHOLARS 2014
    Please take a moment to congratulate the 2014 Spokane Scholars from Cheney High School.  Our Spokane Scholars are:  Kassandra Bailey - Social Studies, Shelby Beedle - World Language, Tyler Bennett - Mathematics, Aimee Jenkins - Fine Arts, Dallin Olson - Science, and Elica Starr - English.  This year's banquet marked the 22nd annual awards ceremony for the Spokane Scholars Foundation, a volunteer organization that raises scholarship money through donations from Spokane businesses an individuals.  This year, there was one grant recipient from Cheney High School - Tyler Bennett.  This is truly something to celebrate, as the competiton was fierce and all area high schools were represented.  Congratulations to Tyler and our other amazing Spokane Scholars!
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  • CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL AWARDED 2014 BRONZE MEDAL
    U.S. News has once again ranked Cheney High School as one of the best high schools in Washington State for 2014. They reviewed 31,242 U.S. public high schools; 133 Washington schools made the rankings. Using state test scores, AP test cores, and enrollment data along with a comprehensive methodology, CHS was given a College Readiness Index score, with the top-scoring 4,707 schools receiving a gold, silver or bronze medal. CHS received a bronze award. Please visit the following website for more information: http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/washington/districts/cheney-school-district/cheney-high-school-20789.
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  • EWU'S MOLLY AYERS IS WASA COMMUNITY LEADER AWARD WINNER
    Molly Ayers was honored by the school district and the Washington Association of School Administrators as a Community Leader Award winner.  As the EWU Community Engagement Director, Molly has formed a partnership with our district which provides many opportunities for EWU students through the Eagle Volunteers Program.  As an example, over 70 EWU students are placed within district schools in the Prime Time Mentoring Program.  Mentors commit 1-2 hours per week to provide positive role models to at-risk youth.  Thank you, Molly, for all of your efforts on behalf of our students!
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  • TEACHER ADAM SMITH IS FBLA ADVISOR OF THE YEAR
    Adam Smith was recently selected as the 2014 FBLA Advisor of the Year.  His work starting up two middle school FBLA teams and his exceptional leadership abilities were cited as reasons why he was chosen.  Adam has been an FBLA advisor for 7 years, and has built his club to amazing numbers.  The high school ended up placing 1st in six different events while being called up to the stage 25 times in a recent competition.  24 of his students qualified for nationals.  Congratulations, Mr. Smith!
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  • REP. HOLY VISITS WMS SUMMIT PROGRAM
    Communities in Schools and Cheney Public Schools welcomed Representative Jeff Holy to visit the Summit Program at Westwood Middle School on Monday, April 14.  See the photo: Asst. Principal Tami Skillingstad, Rep. Holy, Alise Mnati (interim site coordinator for Summit), April Brogan (community volunteer and board member for Communities in Schools), Sherry Barrett (Exec. Director of Communities in Schools), and Dan White (newly-hired Westwood Site Coordinator).  Representative Holy learned about how after-school programming in the district and other Communities in Schools programs benefit students.  Learn more about our partnership with Communities in Schools by visiting their website:  http://spokane.ciswa.org/
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  • 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.  Take a look at a sample or two of these amazing luminaries.  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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  • APRIL 30, 2014 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
    The next regularly-scheduled School Board meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 30, at Betz Elementary School, 317 N. Seventh, Cheney.  The public is always welcome to attend School Board meetings.
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