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SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION IS UNDERWAY AT WINDSOR!

We are so pleased to share some of the progress on additions and remodel work at Windsor Elementary School. Just take a look at some of the work which has already begun. For other construction sites, visit the Maintenance & Operations department on the District website.
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CHS MAY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Shown in the photograph are the following Students of the Month:
Front row left to right: Camden Butikofer, Alysin Simons, Skyla West, and Patrisha Alvarez-Piapot.
Back row left to right: Jonathan Nelson, Kelsey Zapf, Talon Hutton, George Emert, Anubis Thompson, and Hayley Doucette.
Not pictured: Jacob McIlquham, Tiana Groff, Sarah Hagedorn, and Alexander Gerber.
Congratulations to all of these fine students!
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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT: SPECIAL EDUCATION RECORDS DESTRUCTION

Special education records that have been collected related to the identification, evaluation, educational placement, or the provision of special education in Cheney Public Schools must be maintained under state and federal laws for a period of six years after these services have ended for the student. This notification is to inform parents/guardians and former students of the District’s intent to destroy the special education records of students who are no longer receiving special education services as of the end of the 2011-12 school year or prior years.

These records will be destroyed in accordance with state law unless the parent/guardian or adult student notifies the District otherwise on or before September 30, 2018. These records may be useful in applying for Social Security benefits, rehabilitation services, college entrance, etc.

If you wish to obtain a copy of these records prior to their destruction, contact Student Records, 12414 S. Andrus Rd., Cheney, WA 99004, Phone: 509-559-4526. If a student, parent or guardian does not respond to this public notice prior to September 30, 2018, the District will assume consent to destroy all special education records specific to the student after that date.
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CHS YEARBOOK PROGRAM RECEIVES JOSTENS' AWARD

Jostens has named the CHS yearbook program a 2018 National Yearbook Program of Excellence. This award recognizes engaging yearbooks that reflect a broad representation of the student body while helping students develop 21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, and information and communication technologies (ICT) literacy. This year's publication "Beneath the Surface" was created by students under the direction of Leah Silvieus, Cheney High School yearbook adviser. Click on the headline above to see the press release regarding this honor, and containing the names of our students in this program.
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CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL'S KYLE LOUGHERY HONORED

Mr. Kyle Loughery was recently named the Washington Career and Technical Sports Medicine Association Instructor of the Year, and the CHS Sports Med. Team qualified for Nationals. Congratulations to Mr. Loughery for this honor, and for the team's accomplishments.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR PACE AWARD STUDENTS

On May 24 in a ceremony attended by family members, principals and counselors, a student from each school was honored for best exhibiting a PACE Character Trait during the 2017-18 school year. EWU head football coach Aaron Best was the guest speaker, and Swoop even came to the celebration!
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JOHNATHEN JACOBSEN RECOGNIZED FOR HIS ART

Cheney High School student Johnathen Jacobsen's clay/glaze work entitled "Sun" was recognized as one of the Washington State winners in the 45th Annual Superintendent's High School Art Show - receiving the Washington State School Directors' Association Award. 121 entries reached the state level. After several rounds of judging and selections, 15 winners and 8 honorable mention awardees were identified. Johnathen's artwork will be added to the permanent state collection. We are so very proud of our student artists!
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CHS STUDENTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Students from Ms. Leonetti's AP Literature and Ms. Sheldon's Spanish III classes worked to donate items and fundraise $285 for World Relief - a local organization that helps refugees come to the Spokane area. Jackson, pictured with the students, is a refugee from Sudan who shared his story with these classes while they were reading "A Thousand Splendid Suns" and "The Kite Runner." He now works for World Relief and recently went to Bangladesh to visit the refugee camps there.
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