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Drama Production

ELF Spaghetti Contest

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Drama Production

Cheney Middle School

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball
CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball
CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Softball

CMS Teacher Wrap

Guide Dogs At Braille Challenge

Drama Production

Softball

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Guide Dogs At Braille Challenge

Guide Dogs At Braille Challenge

Softball

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Holiday Fun

Guide Dogs At Braille Challenge

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

CMS Gymnasium 

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Mascot

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Holiday Fun

Drama Production

Holiday Fun

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball
CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Drama Production

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Guide Dogs At Braille Challenge

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Guide Dogs At Braille Challenge

Softball

CMS & WMS 7th and 8th Boys Basketball

Mascots

Softball

News & Announcements

Parent Phone Hotline

Given that our school closure happened very quickly and the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we know there are many questions among students and parents. You can expect ongoing communication as this situation evolves. On Tuesday, March 17th we will have a parent phone hotline activated. Feel free to call the hotline if you have questions or concerns, and the most appropriate person will respond to you in a timely manner. Parent Phone Hotline: 509-559-4580

When to Keep Your Child Home from School

In order to keep everyone safe at school, please keep your child home if they experience any of the following symptoms: *Harsh, frequent cough *Fever of 100 degrees or above *Sore throat accompanied by fever *Diarrhea and/or vomiting *Rash that appears to be spreading *Children should stay home, away from others, until 72 hours after fever is gone and symptoms get better. When calling to excuse a student absence due to illness, please let school staff know what symptoms your child is experiencing. This will assist the district in monitoring the types of illnesses that are occurring within our schools and community. Thank you for your support!