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SALNAVE RECEIVES MONEY FOR SAFETY PATROL GEAR

Cheri Helsing, Salnave paraeducator, wrote a grant for $300 to replace Safety Patrol gear. The grant was awarded by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. Thank you, Cheri, for taking the time to submit this application and obtain new equipment for our Safety Patrol members!
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COMMUNITY MEETING AT SUNSET RESCHEDULED FOR JAN. 19

The community meeting originally scheduled at Sunset Elementary School this evening, January 9, has been postponed due to school closure and weather concerns. It has been rescheduled on Thursday, January 19, at 6:00 p.m. that evening at Sunset. At that time, information will be presented concerning the upcoming bond proposal, and attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions.

Additional community meetings have been scheduled for tomorrow evening (Jan. 10) at Windsor Elementary School, and next Tuesday, Jan. 17 at Cheney High School.
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CHS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER

Shown in the photograph are the following Students of the Month:
Front row left to right: Riley Potter, Katarina Smith, McKenna Hodgson, Crystalee Burts, Chayce Crawford.
Back row left to right: Abby Witt, Charles Harper, Joshua Miotke, Samuel Hobbs, Joanna Wilkerson.
Not pictured: Jennifer Harbick, Hannah Barnett, Colton Huotari, Steven Reeves.
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PROPOSITION 1 TO BE VOTED UPON FEBRUARY 14

At their meeting on December 7, School Board members approved a resolution authorizing the submission to our voters of Proposition 1 – Bonds to expand and renovate school facilities and improve security – on February 14, 2017. The issuance of $52 million of general obligation bonds will pay associated costs of expanding and renovating Cheney High School, Sunset Elementary School, Windsor Elementary School and Betz Elementary School, making security improvements to such schools and to Salnave Elementary School, acquiring land, and relocating the Three Springs High School portables. Feel free to contact the Superintendent at 559-4502 should you have any questions concerning this proposition.
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SCHOOL BOARD WITH MICHAEL ANDERSON STATUE

While attending the Washington State School Directors conference in Spokane, School Board members and administrators posed with the statue of Cheney High School graduate and astronaut Michael Anderson. In a recent Board meeting, they spoke of the pride they feel in the accomplishments of former graduates, and shared the hope that our students understand the opportunities that await them.
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NEWTECH STUDENT OF THE MONTH

The October NEWTECH Theme was "Positively NEWTECH!" Students recognized this month are motivated, dedicated, show up daily/on time, and appreciate and respect the competitive advantage that they receive at NEWTECH. Avery E. Towey of Cheney High School was recognized as one of NEWTECH's Students of the Month for October. Congratulations, Avery!
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CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL SPECIAL OLYMPICS BOWLERS

Our CHS Special Olympics bowlers traveled to Lilac Lanes recently and competed against other local schools. They did a fantastic job and represented Cheney High School very well! These students were happy to ring the Victory Bell the next morning!
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AIRWAY HEIGHTS LIBRARY AND WESTWOOD TEAM UP

There is a new venue to promote and appreciate student art in Airway Heights. A permanent, rotating exhibit of Westwood Middle School student artwork will be displayed from November through May. The drawings, paintings, sculptures, and pottery displays will be changed each new school quarter to highlight the most engaging and well-crafted pieces by these incredibly creative 6th, 7th and 8th grade artists. The Library is located at 1213 S. Lundstrom and is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 to 8:00, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10:00 to 6:00, and Sundays from 1:00 to 5:00.
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SNOWDON'S JUMPING JACK CHALLENGE

SNOWDON'S JUMPING JACK CHALLENGE
Snowdon Elementary students were challenged by Kids Magazine, along with Shriners' Hospital and Mt. Spokane, to participate in a 100,000 jumping jack challenge. Upon completion, the partners will be giving two big prizes to two Snowdon students. Each day, from December 5 through December 16, staff and students will be asked to stand up and do 25 jumping jacks with Principal Shawna Fraser. What fun!
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CHS SWIM TEAM!

Our team did very well at the state meet, and finished in 8th place!
Alexis Schmidt is the State Champion in the 100-yd. Butterfly! She also finished in 3rd place in the 200-yd. Individual Medley.
Makenzie Norman finished in 2nd place in the 50-yd. Freestyle, and also finished in 4th place in the 100-yd. Freestyle.
The 400-yd. Freestyle Relay Team (Makenzie Norman, Courtney Hanson, Melissa Johnson, and Alexis Schmidt) finished in 4th place.
The 200-yd. Freestyle Relay Team (Makenzie Norman, Courtney Hanson, Izzy Williams and Alexis Schmidt) finished in 8th place.
All of our swimmers improved on their entry times into the meet. Please be sure to congratulate them when you see them!
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