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BUSINESS/EDUCATION Thursday, December 1,2016 continued from page 2 eration and regulation of dangerous weapons "This approach has on school premises. been successful for us,"The academic accel- Kim Headrick, directoreration policy coincides of teaching and learn-with the work the dis- ing, said. "(Full-day trict is doing in terms conferences) are less of the career and college disruptive to instruc-readiness graduation Lion than partial days." requirements. It also In policies, theboard focuses on allowing approved the second students more access to readings of policies re- college prep and rigor- lating to academic accel- ous courses. The dangerous weapons policy ex- plains that carrying a weapon on premises, school-provided trans' portation or areas and facilities being used for school activities is considered a criminal offense. During the meeting, Superintendent Tim Ames reaffirmed that the policy does apply to anyone who has a con- cealed weapons permit. For example, a parent with a permit can keep their weapon only in their car when they are dropping their child off at school. "Weapons are not allowed on school grounds," Ames said. AI Stover can be reached at al@cheneyfree- press,com. CMA Christmas party The Cheney Mer- chants Association will stage its annu- al Christmas party, Thursday, Dec. 8, at the Holiday Inn Ex- press beginning at 6 p.m. Both members and non-members are invited to attend the event that includes continued from page 3 chemicals are other than about counterfeit money felLers ever. According to note report and send that to say most consumers is something generally a Washington Post story, all to the Secret Service," nesses use special pens have those items underlost on the public, Fuher the Secret Service seized Fuher said. "That's why to detect counterfeit cur- the kitchen sink. said. The ones who do$30 million destined for it hurts the merchants rency, however the pens Once soaked in the focus on it are "Just us," the U.S., spedfically New the most." cannot give a definitive solution, "It wipes the he added. York, New Jersey, BostonIf a counterfeit bill is confirmation about sus- print away," he said. While counterfeit and the greater Northeast. received, and while its pected altered currency, Another thing that is money just recently sur-"We see some coun- value cannot be immedi- and they are not sanc-wiped away with coun- faced in Cheney, the Se- terfeits in our branches ately recouped, the BBB tioned by the U.S. Trea- terfeit money is any cret Service will tell you but I wouldn't say it's a saysbusinessescandaim sury," the warning said. profit those acceptingthat there are rings active uptick or out of the ordi- losses due to counterfeit To wash a bill takes the bill experiences, all the time. nary," Fuher said. money as an income tax a special "secret sauce" Most counterfeit mon- In fact, one recent When a counterfeit deduction. as Fuher called it, and he ey shows up at smallergroup that operated out bill is accepted, and dis- Paul Delaney can be obviously did not wantretailers, garage sales and of Peru was among thecovered,"We're instruct- reached at pdelaney@ to disclose what thosefast food. Being vigilant biggest and best counter- .ed to fill out a counterfeit food and beverages. A variety of raffle items will be offered. Cost of admission is $25 per person with tickets available at Ban- ner Bank, Holiday Inn, ' and Copy Junction. Further information is available to visit- ing www.cheneymer- PLAYHOUSES SHEDS REMODELING KENNY ALLESTAD (509) 842-0425 CABINM*857RZ | in F.m..y ,s why Financia, So,utions WE DO IT ALL. with a Smile and a " ,, Handshake! Jackle $cholz, ~3ol] INVESTMENTS INSURANCE HANDYMAN HANDYMAN CHENEY REPAIR AND REMODEL Residential Service AUTO 19111,ts et Cheney, WA 99004 and Installation HOME su,: 509.235.s174 General Home Repairs ~ Gas/Electrical Duct/sheet Metal " T~l Free: 888311.8174 Kitchens and Baths Specializing in Disability Furnaces ,Venting BUSINESS Painting & Caulking Rem0de!, Wheelchair Shop/Garage Fireplaces Stoves FARM We all feel~e same commitment to : 'Drywall New & Repairs Ramps, Household Repair~Heaters - Ductless Heat care for our families. As your good F~poring& lile ITileWrk, IFinishWrk, "~ I -AirConditioners Pumps CROP neighb0ragerrt, l can help you meet ChrieGrover, AAMSo Tom Benze] your insurance needs. Financial Advisor Sird