District hosting meetings to involve public in planning for future of building
In recent years, staff members at Cheney High School have changed the way they work to deal with the headaches.
Long lines at lunch? Add more people to swipe cards during the rush. Not enough room for students to sit in the cafeteria? Send the kids out in the halls to eat and monitor them. Not enough classrooms for all teachers to have a home base? Load your supplies onto a cart and teach a class in a colleague’s room during their prep time.
CHS principal Troy Heuett said the school’s staff has done a great job of dealing with growing issues of crowding i...