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New! Request Your Transcript Online

Cheney High School is using Parchment as a simple way to Request and Send Transcripts! If you graduated before the year of 2001, please call the Teaching and Learning Office at (509) 559.4526. Just a reminder that Diplomas are a one-time only, ceremonial item. Copies are not available. Please click on the link to follow the 3 easy steps to request and send your transcript!
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SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN

The Cheney School District has released the schedule for its Simplified Summer Food Program for Children. All meals will be made available at no charge to attending children 18 years of age and younger, with adults charged $4.

Meals will be served at Cheney High School, 460 N. Sixth St., from June 25 – July 27, with no meals served July 3 and 4. Breakfast is from 8 – 8:30 a.m., with lunch from 11:30 – 12:15 p.m. Monday — Friday.

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information should contact the agency (state or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.
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MAY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: CAMDEN BUTIKOFER, ALYSIN SIMONS, SKYLA WEST, PATRISHA ALVAREZ-PIAPOT. BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: JONATHAN NELSON, KELSEY ZAPF, TALON HUTTON, GEORGE EMERT, ANUBIS THOMPSON, HAYLEY DOUCETTE. NOT PICTURED: JACOB MCILQUHAM, TIANA GROFF, SARAH HAGEDORN, ALEXANDER GERBER.
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FBLA - STRONG SHOWING AT STATE COMPETITION

Congratulations to JT Gasper who was elected Northeast Region Vice President.
Korina Shaw, Megumi Call, JT Gasper, and Rachel Suiminen are State Champions, with each receiving $100 for their efforts. In addition, 20-25 other students qualified to compete at the National Level!
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FBLA TAKES 2ND PLACE IN STCU 100 DOLLAR PROJECT

Cheney FBLA took second place in the Spokane Teachers Credit Union 100 Dollar Project. Through their work, they won a 1,500.00 prize for their involvement in their community. The students project was to run a Trick'r Trot fun run. The registration proceeds for the fun run are going to be spent to purchase business clothes for people in need so that they can have presentable attire for a job interview.
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PROM 2018

Get your tickets now! This year's Prom will be held at Riverside Place, located at 1110 W Riverside Ave, Spokane, WA 99201. The dance will be from 8pm-11pm. Pictures will be available from 4:30pm to 6:30pm and 7:30pm to 9:30pm. Tickets are $20 w/ASB, $25 w/o ASB. Prices go up $5 on Friday, April 20th.
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PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

Monday, March 12th and Tuesday, March 13th, our district is holding parent-teacher conferences. There is NO SCHOOL for students on these two days. You are welcome to come visit with your student's teachers on a drop-in basis during the following times:
Monday, March 12th—11:30AM-7:00PM and Tuesday, March 13th from 7:50AM-3:00PM.
We look forward to seeing you!
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SPANISH CLUB SHOWING THEY CARE

The Spanish Club at Cheney High School is currently sponsoring two children through Childfund. One is a girl in Brazil and the other a little boy in Bolivia. Aside from the sponsorship, they do a lot for kids and people who live in poverty. This year they have sent money for two nurses to be trained to work in small villages in Africa. They have also bought a starter farm for a family and mosquito nets for people in areas infested by mosquitoes. Things they have bought with the money they make from our quesadilla sales: water filters for schools in Africa, bicycles for a girls in Africa who live miles away from a school, sewing machines for women in Asia to start their own business, fruit trees for families in Central America, shoes for kids in Asia, chickens, goats and pigs for families in the Third World. Whenever they can they donate money that goes to support children in poverty. Way to mobilize a group a students to make a difference!
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