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I CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 29, 2015 EDUCATION ion FROM STAFF AND NEWS REPORTS Lungo earns state honors Windsor Elementary School teacher Dustin Lunge was named the Physi- cal Education Teacher of the Year by SHAPE Washington (Society of Health and Physical Educators). Candidate's for the award must have a minimum of five years teaching experience, serve as a professional role model and use the best practices to create a positive learning environment for all students. They must also exhibits commitment through involvement in professional organizations and advocacy. Fillman hired as military family advocate Medical Lake School District named Sarah Fillman as its military family advocate. Fillman has an extensive background in customer service and administration. As the military family advocate, she will be coordinating and assisting military families of school-aged children with educational opportunities and information necessary to succeed in an academic environment. She is also the central point of contact for building administrators, military families and the district on school-related matters. Fillman will work in collaboration with the staff at Fairchild Air Force Base who support military families to enhance the military student's education. Salnave raises over $200 for Guild School Salnave Elementary School raised $227.82 during its annual coin drive for the Guild School, Oct. 19-23. This year's amount is $19.99 more than last year, according to teacher Peggy Haslebacher. The coin drive is one of three service projects Salnave's ASB participates in during the school year. continued from page 2 the audience," Loughery said. "In 'Introspection' everyone is going crazy at first. It's choreographed chaos, in reality we know what we are doing." The band accomplishes this by having the color guard and the drumline perform together, which isn't very common, accord- ing to Loughery. Near the end, all performers come continued from page 2 and lifelong learning. The longhouse will also pro- vide offices, classrooms and a storage facility for archiving historical docu- ments and materials. EWU established its contemporary American Indian Studies Program back in the mid-1960s, which has grown from a purely academic focus to together with one of the color guard members be- ing lifted into the air while everyone in the band is playing the same note. With competition sea- son over, Simonsen said the color guard will per- form at halftime during Cheney basketball games: The marching band will perform during Mayfest. ' Loughery, Holling- sworth and Simonsen will be graduating this spring. While it will be difficult for them to move on, they're hopeful that the under- dassmen will continue the legacy they've established, "I'm extremely thank- ful for the time I've spent here," Loughery said. "The directors pushed us in the fight on. rm ready to move on to the next chapter of my life, though this was a big part of my book." AI Stover can be reached at al@cheneyfreepress.com. include student services and research. With the center on campus, Shields said the American Indian Studies program may need additional staff. "We're going to as- sess what we need first," Shields said. "Staff will be essential to the pro- grams. Hopefully the center will elevate the visibility of the program on campus." Kauffman hopes the Lucy Covington Center can ignite a renewed interes! and continue Covington's legacy, create a dialogue between American Indian and non-Indian students, and compel other tribes to contribute financially tc help future generations o! students. At Stover can be reaches at al@cheneyfreepresS. com .......... fi: I [] AGGREGATE CABLE 'INTERNET DC! Davis Communications, Inc. 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