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CHS MARCH STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Shown in the photograph are the following Students of the Month:
Front row left to right: Sidney Fernandez, Barbara Stragier, Makenna Benson, Luwam Yifter, Moriah Hallin, Johnathen Jacobsen, and Braydon Isbell
Back row left to right: Zackary Jongeward, Trey Drury, Andrew Austin, Zach Kirwin, Justin Pruett, Timothy Posthuma, and Anthony Lawrence
Congratulations to all of these fine students!
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MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH IS COOL TEAMS QUALIFY

Cheney Middle School and Westwood Middle School students participated in the regional Math is Cool competition in Spokane. Both the 7th and 8th grade teams qualified to advance to the Master's Competition (state level) in Moses Lake, WA on Saturday, April 21st. Here are some photographs from the competition at Mead High School. Good luck to all of these amazing students!
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CMS FBLA REPRESENTED US WELL!

The Cheney Middle School Future Business Leaders of America Chapter competed at the Winter Business Leadership Conference in Spokane Valley in February. CMS sent 19 competitors to the conference, representing one of the only two middle school chapters in the region. 18 of these students placed in the top 6 in their events, advancing to the state competition in April. Highlights of the conference include Mia Baldwin and Toivo Tomlinson-Ryan taking 1st in Business Math & Financial Literacy and Introduction to Computer Science & Coding. For all of the details, click on the headline above to see the press release.
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CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL'S ADAM SMITH HONORED

Teacher Adam smith was recently named the 2018 Outstanding Business Educator by the Western Business Education Association, and honored at their conference in Boise. This is one of WBEA's highest awards, and is presented to a WBEA member who has contributed to business education through professional teaching over many years, and whose contributions are significant and impactful. Mr. Smith is VERY deserving of this recognition! Be sure to congratulate him.
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MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS DO WELL AT HISTORY BEE

Cheney Middle School and Westwood Middle School have both been working on their respective History Bee Clubs since the fall. After a lot of hard work, the students took an online test to qualify for the regional competition in Seattle. All of the students who took the test qualified! Several students made the trip with their parents. Eighth graders Kady Cullen and Caroline Williams from CMS earned medals, and eighth grader Alex Bowman from Westwood also medaled. All three qualified for Nationals in Atlanta, Georgia and are considering competing there in June. Westwood seventh grader Katelyn Verstrate competed in Seattle and did a nice job as well!
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CHS FEBRUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Shown in the photograph are the following Students of the Month:
Front row left to right: Lindsey Rogers, Brooklyn White, Caitlin Judd, Moriah Hancock, Alyssa Gregg, Justin Pifer
Back row left to right: Duncan Waite, Jason Monzingo, William Rushing, Madison O'Callaghan, Hannah Lemelin, Gage Onda, Shane Moore, Joshua Burgess
Congratulations to all of these fine students!
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STUDENT ADVISOR KALI McCORMICK IS "SENATOR FOR A DAY"

Kali McCormick, a senior at Cheney High School and a School Board Student Advisor, served as "Senator for a Day" with 6th Legislative District Senator Michael Baumgartner on March 2. He shadowed Senator Baumgartner, attended intern classes, visited the Senate Floor and spoke with the Senator about bills and his experience in Olympia. Kali said, "The day was very inspiring and there were dozens of remarkable people. One day I hope to return as an intern and perhaps hold office." Kali is interested in studying International Relations and Diplomacy in college - and we know that Kali himself is one of those "remarkable people" who will one day make a significant contribution to society.
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CHS TEACHER ALLEN SKOOG IS RECOGNIZED

Agricultural Education teacher Allen Skoog was recently named the Outstanding Agricultural Education Teacher for District 5 and the Outstanding Agriscience Teacher for District 5 by his peers and the Washington Association of Agricultural Educators, and will be honored at their conference in June. This is one of WAAE's highest awards, and Mr. Skoog was recognized due to his implementation of a strong Agriscience program at Cheney High School. In addition, he will be teaching a class for the National Association of Agricultural Educators at Oregon State University. Be sure to congratulate him!
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TRACY SMITH NAMED DISTRICT CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

Ms. Tracy Smith was selected as the 2017-18 Classified Employee of the Year, and was honored by the School Board at their March 14 meeting. Her family, friends and coworkers were there to celebrate with her. Tracy has served the District as a Clerical Support Assistant for the past 29 years. One of her nomination letters stated, in part, "Tracy has been an amazing colleague and friend to each of her coworkers. Her assistance has been utilized throughout the entire administration office. She is certainly the epitome of an Education Support Professional." Tracy has now been nominated for the State PSE Education Support Professional of the Year award. Please join us in congratulating Tracy on this well-deserved honor!
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