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0 CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 22, 2015 EDUCATION uca on FROM STAFF AND NEWS REPORTS FFA students place in floriculture contest Six Cheney High School FFA (Future Farmers of America) club members attended their first Flo- riculture Operations Career Development Event on Saturday, Oct. 17 in Pasco. Alicia Brooks took second place in both product display and problem solving and was 11th overall. Jessica Vietzke took third in media selling. Case named Dean of Special Projects In a news release, Eastern Washington University announced that Judd Case, Ph.D, long time dean of what is now the College of Science, Technology, En- gineering and Mathematics (CSTEM), will spearhead the university's effort to enhance its medical education partnerships in Spokane. Case will utilize his expertise in STEM educa- tion to serve as the university's new Dean of Special Projects. The position will focus on EWU's long association with the University of Washington's WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Mon- tana and Idaho) Spokane medical program and RIDE (Regional Initiatives in Dental Education) program through Spokane's UW School of Den- tistry. < Case will begin his new role Nov. 2 at the EWU ~ r~_ra~,,,s and Hops fundraiser Spokane campus in the University District. In ad- The Medical Lake High School Booster Club is dition to her role as interim provost, Keogh Hess having its ninth annual "Grapes and Hops" fund- will also serve as interim dean of CSTEM during the raiser, Nov. 14 at St. Anne's Parish Hall at 6 p.m. transition. Guests have a chance to sample regional wines and brews, as well as bid on items in silent and live auc= Fourth annual Trunk or tions. Tickets are $25 and sold at concession stands Treat at Sunset Elementary at athletic events and from booster club members. All'proceeds go to Medical Lake High School. Must The fourth annual Trunk or Treat event, spon- sored by Sunset Elementary PTO and Airway Heights Parks and Recreation Department, will be at the Sunset Elementary School parking lot, Oct. 31st, from 6-8 p.m. All kids are invited to trick or treat while going from trunk-to-trunk in a safe family and community environment. The event is free to all kids. Residents are also invited to decorate their ve- hicles and hand out candy. For more information on the event, contact Airway Heights Parks and Recreation at (509) 244-4845. Kids have a chance to meet Swoop The EWU Bookstore Will be hosting the "Fun with Swoop" event, during Spirit Week, Nov. 3 from 10-11 a.m. Children will have a chance to make a fun craft and meet EWU mascot Swoop and the cheerleaders, and learn the Eagles' fight song. be 21 years of age to attend. continued from page 2 career andcoUege goals and developing a high Cooper said. "Now that understanding for the educational spending 2015-16 district's mul- ls being increased, it is tiple initiatives. nice to see those dollars "I'm proud to be beingused for educators part of this commu- and to help students re- nity, I really enjoy alize their potential." serving on the school AsforJensen, hergoals board and hope that are the same as ones the they know that I have board adopted for the our students, teachers, 2015-16schoolyear, which and staff best interest include ensuring all stu- at heart," Jensen said. dents are provided with A l S t o v e r information and resources can be reached at to help them achieve their I ADVERTISE HERE CABLE/INTERNET Davis Communications, Inc. 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