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Cheney HS Schedule Redesign Update

Mr. Hale shared with the Cheney High School community an update on the schedule redesign work. Click the link to view his letter.

Sunset Marshallese Students celebrate Manit Day

Today, September 30, is the Marshallese holiday of Manit that celebrates the cultural heritage of the Marshall Islands. At Sunset Marshallese students celebrated the holiday with staff and classmates.

Hooptown Youth League

All the GSL Schools are participating in Hooptown. You will not be playing against select club teams, you will be playing against GSL schools. This league is a can’t miss opportunity for Cheney athletes! Make new friends, work hard, and play together so Cheney will be able to compete at a high level for years to

Second Youth Engagement Specialist Officer Hired for Cheney Public Schools

Cheney Public Schools is pleased to announce that Officer Brad King, an Airway Heights Police Officer, has been selected to serve as a Youth Engagement Specialist (YES) Officer in the district. Officer Brad comes to the district through an ongoing collaborative partnership with the Airway Heights Police Department, the City of Airway Heights, and with the support of the Cheney Police Department. Officer Brad will join Officer Pat Carbaugh, also from the AHPD, in serving the ten schools in the district. Officer Brad will be scheduled to work in our schools Tuesday through Friday, while Officer Pat will be in our schools Monday through Thursday.

It's more than a meal application.

Students approved for free and reduced price meals or with a qualifying income on the Household Income Survey may be eligible to receive reduced or waived fees for the following programs:

Advanced Placement Tests
Running Start Books
Associated Student Body (ASB) Fees
Pre-College Exams (PSAT/SAT/ACT)
College Application Fees
Athletic Fees

To qualify for additional reduced fees, Nutrition Services must obtain either a Household Income Survey or a Free & Reduced Price Meal application AND the Parental Consent Survey.

Donation highlights a culture of generosity at Cheney High School

On Saturday, September 10, Kyle Loughery head athletic trainer at Cheney High School received a call from Kassie Brennan, a 2020 graduate of Cheney High School. Brennan is a manager at the Cheney Safeway and knew that her store had a large number of water bottles that needed to be donated. When she was a CHS student Brennan spent hours in the training room volunteering her time, she was the president of the Sports Medicine Club and was a student athletic trainer. Mr. Loughery was happy to hear from a former student and glad to receive the donation.

Student Meals Information 2022-2023

Nutrition Services is excited to announce that this school year Betz, Salnave, Sunset, and Snowdon elementary schools, Cheney Middle School and Westwood Middle School, and Three Springs High School qualified for the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), which allows school districts to provide meals to these schools at no cost. In addition, Cheney Public Schools will pay for Windsor Elementary meals for those students who do not qualify for the Free and Reduced Meal program through ESSER funds for the 2022-2023 school year. Students at Cheney High Schools and HomeWorks! who do not qualify for Free and Reduced Price Meals will pay for meals.

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Assisted Living Center Project

CTE students from Cheney High School collaborated across programs to provide community activities for the residents of Cheney Assisted Living. The residents had faced increased isolation during the pandemic, and Cheney High School's Career and Technical Student Organizations were asked to help develop community activities.
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