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Three Springs grads celebrate

Graduates of Cheney's Three Springs High School celebrate their achievement with the traditional mortarboard toss after their June 7 commencement at City Hall. Graduates are Cassidy Anderson, Jeusha...

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Education    June 7, 2018

Medical Lake students' chili is one hot item

A class project at Medical Lake High School has gotten out of control. But in a very good way, it appears. Sophomore Kaylee Thompson and Calvin Ross, a freshman, have concocted a Vegan chili recipe th...

 

Cheney Middle School leadership students aid food bank

Each year, the seventh and eighth-grade students in Cheney Middle School teacher Sherrie Syrie's leadership class undertakes a project to help out a local organization. Leadership student Camryn Bisho...

 

Cheney changes board work session to regular meeting

A work session of the Cheney School District board of directors originally set for Wednesday, June 13, has been changed to a regular board meeting, which will also include the budget work session. According to a news release from the school...

 

Cheney school board gets look at state funding

Cheney School District board of directors got a preliminary picture at their May 23 meeting of what life will look like under the state’s new funding package passed last year — which increases the state’s portion and decreases the level of...

 

Cheney High School wins national yearbook award

Jostens, the leading producer of yearbooks and student created content, announced this month that Cheney High School's yearbook program has been named a 2018 Jostens' National Yearbook Program of...

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Education    May 31, 2018

Medical Lake School District gets security updates underway

Summer vacation will be anything but for the Medical Lake School District's maintenance department. The list of projects for the district while students are away was revealed at the May 22 school...

 

Wright graduates from Eastern Wyoming College

Eastern Wyoming College announced in a May 25 news release that Cheney High School alumnus Elizabeth Wright was one of 183 graduates taking part in the 69th annual commencement for candidates on May 4, 2018 held in the Fine Arts A...

 

Eastern Washington police monitor open carry issue

Like his Cheney counterpart, Eastern Washington University Police Chief Tim Walters understands that in Washington state, individuals have the right to openly carry a firearm. Also like Cheney Police Chief John Hensley, he wished people inclined to...

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Education    May 24, 2018

Staying busy is a cure for sibling rivalries

This is just a presumption, but one has to wonder if brother and sister Connor and Kirsten Gilbert have traditional sibling disagreements? The two Medical Lake High School students simply might not ha...

 

EWU now offers online accelerated master of education degrees

Eastern Washington University has announced the launch of six accelerated online master of education (M.Ed.) programs and one certificate program designed for the working professional. The affordable, highly personalized education offerings include:...

 
 By Grace Pohl    Education    May 24, 2018

Smashing display

The Eastern Washington University Downtown Gallery opened a new exhibit, "Smash," on May 21 at XXX. The art being showcased is done by visual communication design EWU students including Shelby Anne...

 

Eastern Washington's email to students, faculty and staff on open carry incident

Eastern Washington University police officials were not immediately available for comment on the recent open-carry incidents. University media relations Dave Meany provided an email that had been circulated to students, faculty and staff concerning...

 

Cheney Girl Scouts work hits close to home

The five girls of Cheney Girl Scouts Troop 5110 want to earn the highest honor possible in Scouting - a bronze award. To do that, they must finish a project that impacts their community, and the one...

 
 By Grace Pohl    Education    May 17, 2018

Eastern Washington receives accreditation from NACEP

Eastern Washington University is officially part of a new statistic, as it is one of 19 schools nationwide to be granted first-time accreditation from National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). “It puts a stamp of approval on...

 
 By Grace Pohl    Education    May 17, 2018

Cheney School District honors employees

The health services of Cheney School District won the Annette Grainer Team Collaboration award at the May 9 employee recognition ceremony....

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Education    May 17, 2018

West Plains Rangers 4-H club enjoys growth spurt

Toss out the notion of just what the idea of a 4-H club is all about and what kind of feedback might one expect? Surely it would most likely revolve around farms and animals. But as West Plains Ranger...

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Education    May 10, 2018

Medical Lake JROTC earns special honor

The Medical Lake High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps unit sits among some very special company - in the world. The unit and its instructors, Col. (Ret.) Lyle Powell and Chief Master...

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Education    May 10, 2018

Michael Anderson Elementary to hold fundraiser

Michael Anderson Elementary School on Fairchild Air Force Base will stage its eighth annual ASB fundraiser, but unlike the one-night events most are familiar with, theirs will take place over a period of two weeks. “We are calling our fundraiser...

 

Medical Lake's Hallett Elementary School announces April award winners

Hallett Elementary School has announced its award winners for April, 2018. Kindergarten: Danker: Maesa Chimienti, Ava Grace, Elisha “Butch” Turnbough. Musselwhite: Cameron Christanson, Harmony Clark, Tyler Chicoine. Williams: Skylar Aguilar,...

 
 By JOHN McCALLUM    Education    May 3, 2018

Cheney's Jacobsen wins state art award

Cheney High School freshman Johnathen Jacobsen wasn't even going to enter his award-winning ceramic piece titled "Sun" in the state Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction's annual Superint...

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Education    May 3, 2018

Medical Lake School Board takes meeting on the road

The Medical Lake School Board took its show on the road once again April 25, playing to a sizeable audience of parents and staff at the middle school. Attendees were given a demonstration of a new program at the school known as Safe School...

 

Outdoor learning

Cheney Middle School seventh-graders got a chance to learn a little hands-on ecology on April 27 during an outdoor education field trip to some private property located on Curtis Road outside Cheney....

 

EWU business programs awarded continuing accreditation

Business programs within Eastern Washington University’s College of Business and Public Administration (CBPA) have earned extended accreditation from the highly respected AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)....

 

Phoenix Hanks earns a rare opportunity

One might wonder how Phoenix Hanks Jr. caught the eye of the U.S. Army and the Pro Football Hall of Fame and became one of 25 finalists across the nation to compete for a $2,500 college scholarship?...

 

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