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Schlotter to oversee district's state and federal alternative programs


Cheney Public Schools has announced that Catheleen Schlotter has been selected as the state and federal programs coordinator, including responsibility for the district’s Alternative Learning Experience program with direct oversight of Three Springs High School and Home Works! Parent Partnership. She begins her new position in July.

Schlotter came to the district in 2010 after working as a school social worker and principal designee in the Central Valley School District for nine years. She has served Cheney for the past seven years, beginning as an elementary school counselor and principal designee, then as intervention and re-engagement specialist for the 2015-16 school year and last year becoming Snowdon Elementary School’s half-time assistant principal while continuing in her re-engagement specialist role half-time.

Schlotter also serves as adjunct professor and practicum supervisor at Eastern Washington University. Recently, she was honored as the National School Social Worker of the Year.

Schlotter earned her bachelor’s degree at Eastern Washington University, as well as her master’s degree in social work and her educational leadership certification from that same institution.


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