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Cheney works to support low-income students


Last updated 8/23/2018 at 8:32am

A study released this summer by Johns Hopkins University found that supporting low-income students and families is key to boosting district graduation rates, and school officials say Cheney is already taking steps to do just that this upcoming school year.

A new position has been created for the district this year, one that focuses on social and emotional learning. That position will be filled by Catheleen Schlotter, who also functions as the principal of the district’s alternative high school, Three Springs.

Social and emotional learning is a new method being utilized in the education...

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