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Continuous Learning Thoughtexchange Survey

Parents and Guardians,

You are invited to take part in a Thoughtexchange survey to provide feedback about the continuous learning model students have been engaged in since the school building closure in March. We value the thoughts and ideas parents and guardians have regarding student learning. Please take a few minutes to access the survey link below and we encourage you to return to the survey again prior to the closing date of June 5 to rate the thoughts of others.

If accessing from a computer: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/806846704

If accessing from a cell phone: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/scroll/806846704

Thank you in advance for participating.

Rob Roettger, Superintendent
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ALERT

Extension of School Closure

All school buildings statewide will remain closed through the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. While schools are closed, the District will continue to focus on supporting our students with continuous learning. Over the last few weeks teachers have been adjusting the expectations on a weekly basis for students to continue to engage in meaningful ways. Over the next few weeks you will notice a gradual increase in expectations and communication from teachers. Please continue to respond to teacher's emails, phone calls, and Google Classroom communications. If your child is in need of a Chromebook please contact your school directly to make arrangements. Questions should be routed to our parent information line at 509-559-4580 or by emailing info@cheneysd.org.
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Westwood Middle School Principal Dr. Erika Burden named 2020 Advocacy Champion of the Year

Cheney Public Schools is pleased to announce that Westwood Middle School principal Dr. Erika Burden has been named the 2020 Advocacy Champion of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals’ (NASSP) for advocating on behalf of all school leaders to strengthen America’s public schools and ensure the success of each student, and for her significant contributions in advancing the policy agenda of NASSP.
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*NEW - At Home Learning Materials

Our teacher teams have prepared online resources for at-home learning that students and families may access to maintain learning and further develop skills already taught by classroom teachers. Please check back frequently for updates.
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