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COME LEARN ABOUT THE UPCOMING BOND PROPOSAL

Please join us as we share information related to the upcoming bond proposal.
Tues., Jan. 17, 6:00 p.m., at Cheney High School.
Thurs., Jan. 19, 6:00 p.m., at Sunset Elementary School.
Feel free to contact the District Office at (509) 559-4502 if you are unable to attend one of these community meetings and have any questions.
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SALNAVE 4TH AND 5TH GRADERS ENJOY FIELD TRIP TO EWU

Teachers and their students enjoyed their field trip to EWU at the beginning of December. Students were also excited to connect with the CMS Talon Crew during this event. Thank you to Eastern Washington University staff for continuing this annual event, inviting students to have the experience of being on a college campus, providing students the opportunity of attending a collegiate level basketball game, and supporting our students' understanding of being college and career ready!
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SALNAVE PRE-BREAK CELEBRATION

Salnave Sparrowhawks, staff, families and community members celebrated the talents of students at the assembly before the winter break. ASB President Haley Doney led everyone in the flag salute, and Mrs. Balfour guided a fantastic first performance by band and strings students and an engaging December sing-along.
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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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