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Thursday, March 26, 2015 Free Press Page 3 1 l Contributed photo Lynn Burns/Cheney High School Oheae , High School students of the month for February are standing left to right Crystal Day, Trevor Babcock, Frederick Maclntyre, Austin Smith and Helen Levchenko. Sitting left to right are Andrew Garrard, Holly Jones, Leanna Elk, Ciarra Gay and Samantha Zakrzewski. Not pictured: Savannah Balderree, Clayton Beard, Drew Colvin and Ashley Zieche. CHS February students of th month Cheney High School has released its February Students of the Month. Students are listed by name, department and their class standing as follows: Trevor Babcock, health and fitness, sophomore; Savannah Balder- tee, art, senior; Clayton Beard, vocal music, ju- nior; Drew Colvin, science, senior; Crystal Day, language arts, sophomore; Leanna Eik, instru- mental music, senior; Frederick MacIntyre, social studies, junior; Andrew Garrard, support ser- vices, junior; Ciarra Gay, business, junior; Holly Jones, graphic arts, freshman; Helen Levchenko, math, senior; Austin Smith, agriculture, fresh- man; Samantha Zakrzewski, world languages, junior and Ashley Zieche, family and consumer sciences, sophomore. Hallett Elementary honors Hallett Elementary an- nounced the Partners Advanc- ing Character Education (PACE) award winners for February. The trait of the month is hon- esty. PACE - Alison Brogan, Gar- rek Papiez, Lillian Jeffries, Tanna Pedersen, Dillon Crewdson-Bahr, Isaiah Bowser, Caaden Bortfeld, Melissa Plute, Rya Monroe, Ginny Lindley, Isaac Sweeney, Liam Earl, Gavin Chaffee, Joseph Griffey, Damien Valdez and Au- brey Wiley. Bug -Kaya Vio, Quinn Rossman, Tommy Wething- ton Dominick Dunham, James Oliver, Andrew Griffey, Justice Armstrong, Natalie Sturgeon, Autumn Haynes, Delaney Gun- ther, Abigail Kubes, Andrew Firestone, Lillie Hart, Parker Acord, Sophie Salinas-Sand- students ers, Madison Lynn and Dylan Stevens. Can - Piper White, Logan Valdez, Cheylyn Brundage,Drew Harper,' Brayden Dimick, Levi Dunham, Tysan Newman, Nicholas Roberson, Olivia Ni- block, Angelina Teshome, Logan Henry, Shaelyce Ronholt, Atlas Martin-Labrucherie, Vanessa Goodman, Elias Edmondson and Alexander Scheer. Photo by A1 Stover 'No Rules' rocks St. Anne's Members of the "No Rules" band performed at the St. Anne's Parish Hall during the March 21 Medical Lake Dollars for Scholars "Spring Thing" fundraiser. continued from page 2 with the 2nd Harvest program "Bite to Go" to provide bags of food every weekend for homeless students, with the power com- pany matching the em- ployees donations. There was so much, she said, that the excess went to other important needs such as clothing. Other community orga- nizations have donated personal items. "It can be laundry soap, a bus pass, deodor- ant," Thurston said. Most critically is just providing some sense of stability for the students to be as suc- cessful as they can in school. While the focus is often on meeting ba- sic needs of food, shel- ter, clothing and per- sonal hygiene, Lefler said it really comes down to staff helping these students over- come the challenges of their living situations to succeed socially and academically. 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