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Online and Helpline Resources for Families

You can find troubleshooting tips by opening this article (Read Full Story) and clicking on the link provided or by calling the helpline at 509-559-4375. The district helpline has been created to support families as we begin the school year in a distance learning model. The helpline will be available on school days from 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. This resource will be staffed with district staff members who will be available to answer questions related to technology and learning needs. The helpline contains a variety of menu options that will help us provide the appropriate support and resources. Families can also leave a message outside of daily scheduled times and a return response will be provided within 24 hours.
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Student Meal Distribution Schedule

Meals are available for all children ages 1 - 18. Students attending on-site instruction will be offered breakfast and lunch. Meals at distribution sites are for children/students not eating on a school campus. Families picking up food without children present at the drop off sites or school loops will be asked to provide their name and their child(ren)'s name(s). By providing this information, the parent is agreeing to understand the regulations of the federally funded child nutrition program.

USDA has announced the extension of the free meals waiver for children ages 1 - 18 through the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year.
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Diana Gfeller named Classified Employee of the Year

Congratulations to Diana Gfeller for receiving the PSE Classified Employee of the Year Award. Diana is the heart of the Transportation Department. Some of the words that describe her are: caring, hard working, helpful, calm and level-headed, loyal, dedicated and a team player. Diana knows the ins and outs of the Transportation Department, as well as the whole district. Diana has worked for the Cheney School District for over 26 years. She keeps track of over 2200 kids who ride buses daily, and over 1350 bus stops, making sure our kids get to and from school, to their right destinations, whether it be to home, field trips, or athletic activities. Diana is a multi-tasker. Between the parent phone calls, radio bus calls, district calls, she is able to stay calm and get the right information to the correct person. She is never to busy to help anyone in need of information. Diana treats everyone who walks through the door at Transportation with the same smile and great attitude. Transportation could not do their jobs without her and we are honored to have her here at the Cheney School District. Congratulations, Diana! Click on headline to see more pics . . .
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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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Registration Form link for existing students to be completed no later than Sunday, August 16, 2020

It has been determined that Cheney Public Schools will be starting the 2020-2021 school year in a distance learning model. To best support ALL families, please take a moment to complete this registration form for each of your school-age children no later than Sunday, August 16. This form is only for students that are already enrolled in Cheney Public Schools. Registration for new students can be found at Click 'Read full story' for the registration form link.
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