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Press Release - Director of Student Support Services

Cheney Public Schools is pleased to announce Mr. Franklin Day has been selected as the Director of Student Support Services. Franklin earned his Bachelor’s degree at Eastern Washington University in Psychology; his Education Specialist degree from University of Nevada Las Vegas; and his Administrative Certificate from Washington State University.

Mr. Day has been serving the students of Spokane Public Schools since 2013, currently as an Associate Director of Special Education. Prior to his employment with Spokane Public Schools, he served in the Mead School District for nine years starting as a school psychologist and exiting as the co-director of special services.

Mr. Day’s letters of recommendation provided great insight into his dedication to students and staff. One letter stated Franklin “has a thorough knowledge base of special education policy and law and he continually works to keep up to date with changes” and “I have found him to be caring, thoughtful, and positive in his communication and support.” A second letter stated “His knowledge, skillful application and awareness of systems is unparalleled.”

With his passion and dedication for students, his interest in special education law, and his expertise around compliance and professional development, Franklin will be an excellent addition to Student Support Services.

Mr. Day will begin his position with Cheney Public Schools in August, 2019.
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Public Notice

The Board of Directors of CHENEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 360, Spokane County, Washington, will meet in a public meeting on June 26, 2019, at 5:35 p.m. at Cheney School District, Conference Center, 12414 S. Andrus Rd., Cheney, Washington, for the purpose of fixing and adopting the 2019-20 FISCAL BUDGET of the district and the four-year budget plan.
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CHS Teacher Wins Cruise

Cheney High School teacher, Monte Syrie won a cruise after being entered into an international competition sponsored by Norwegian Cruise Lines. Mr. Syrie was nominated for bringing joy to the classroom and making a big impact in this community. Congratulations Mr. Syrie!
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