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Hello Highlanders!Five weeks ago. Friday March 25th, 2022. The day when things first really felt real again to me. Overthe last two school years we have talked often about that Friday March 13 th, 2020. On that day,without fully understanding it in the moment, our lives changed forever. School was scheduled tocease temporarily; only later realizing that it would be almost a calendar year before students wouldwalk back through our doors (and then only half of them at a time). However, as we wake up tosunshine in the mornings recently, I cannot help but think Friday March 25 th, 2022 is the new “daythat changed life as we know it” at Shadle Park High School.Since that date, the normalcy and fun that we have been so desperately in need of has continued toreturn for our school and community. We held an in-person Spokane Scholars event and AcademicAwards Night; both celebrating the academic achievement of our students. We have hosted a theatreproduction, concerts, a craft fair, and multiple athletic events. We are planning a Senior Prom, amixer, Senior Grad Night, and – most importantly – Graduation.CONTINUED ON PAGE 2Page 1That Friday, March 25th, represents the first school-wide con we have had in two years. It reflects thefirst time over that same span when we have all truly been able to be together. That con reflected thecharacter, pride, and potential of each member of our school community. That afternoon we got towelcome our 9th and 10th graders through our “staff gauntlet”, “move up” each grade level as anhonoring of the experiences we have been through over that two-year span, and re-teach our schoolcommunity about our spirit, pride, and traditions. We got to learn class calls, cheers, hear thebagpipes and drummers, and celebrate state competitors and a two-time state champion. FridayMarch 25th was – as they say – one for the ages.

Principal Letter, continued from page 1And while all these events together signal a huge shift towards more normalcy, what is more important is that it signifies together we are capable of accomplishing anything. It also signifies thatwhile our recent past may have been challenging, the future and road ahead is bright. It signifiesthat there is hope for what can and will be; with the compassion, courage, and talent of our students cornerstone to the hope.As we approach the final seven weeks of the school year, we have in front of us an opportunity.And not simply an opportunity to finish strong, but an opportunity to launch into a new normal, abetter normal; combining the traditions and customs of before with our learnings and wisdomgained over the past 24 months. We have within our community the people, talent, and resourcesto build a more inclusive, equitable, connected, and meaningful Shadle Park HS than ever before.With that in mind, and as we finish out this school year, I challenge each of us to three things: Reflect on the past with perspective, build for our future with courage, and enjoy the moment withothers.#ProudtobeSPChris DunnPrincipalShadle Park High SchoolChrisDu@spokaneschools.orgw: 509-354-6702Google Voice Cell (call/text): 971-238-3818CAMP ERIN (Willow Center, Inc.—part of the Eluna Network)NOTE: Camp Erin applications are now open!What is Camp Erin? Camp Erin is a free bereavement camp for youth who are grieving thedeath of a significant person in their lives.This year, Willow Center is hosting Camp at Camp Lutherhaven in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho soup to 60 children and teens ages 6-17 can attend. Led by bereavement professionals,community members and caring volunteers, campers will participate in a number of griefrelated and recreational Camp activities.For more information, please call (509) 780-1156, or CLICK HERE to visit theapplication page.Page 2Camp Erin will be held from Friday, July 15th—Sunday, July 17th, 2022.

2021-2022 Administrator AssignmentsNameTitlePhone # EmailChris DunnPrincipal, 11th Grade Administrator(509) 354-6702ChrisDu@spokaneschools.orgAndre WicksAsst. Principal, 12th Grade Administrator(509) 354-6707AndreW@spokaneschools.orgKrisha CharbonneauAsst. Principal, 10th Grade Administrator(509) 354-6861KrishaC@spokaneschools.orgRyland HuffAsst. Principal, 9th Grade Administrator(509) 354-6875RylandH@spokaneschools.orgChuck DemarestAsst. Principal(509) 354-6737ChuckDe@spokaneschools.orgPatrick MaloneDean of Students(509) 354-6712PatrickMa@spokaneschools.orgNameTitlePhone #GoogleText/Talkphone #EmailTippy Terrell9th Grade Counselor(509) 354-6719(503) 395-5364TippyT@spokaneschools.orgTatriana Muravez9th Grade Counselor(509) 354-6709(541) 701-9766TatrianaM@spokaneschools.orgStephanie Filippini10th Grade Counselor(509) 354-6718(541) 701-9518StephanieFi@spokaneschools.orgChristy Peterson11th Grade Counselor(509) 354-6717(509) 557-0273ChristyP@spokaneschools.orgKitty Hennessey12th Grade Counselor(509) 354-6711(208) 502-1116KathrynH@spokaneschools.orgAimee NechanickyCounseling Center Secretary(509) 354-6870N/AAimeeN@spokaneschools.orgAndrea PhiferData Processor(509) 354-6874N/AAndreaPh@spokaneschools.orgApril EberhardtCollege & Career Specialist(509) 354-6748(360) 320-6449AprilE@spokaneschools.orgCourtney RamseyMental Health Advisor(509) 354-6818N/ACourtneyRa@spokaneschools.orgAlex MossSchool Psychologist(509) 354-6741N/AAlexMo@spokaneschools.orgSarah MeltonSchool Psychologist(509) 354-6852N/ASarahMel@spokaneschools.orgPage 32021-2022 Counseling Center Staff Assignments

Counseling Center News & Resources1. Current SPHS students will be able to review their course requests for next school year in earlyJune before leaving for the summer. Any adjustments requested will need to go through their gradelevel counselor. This is with the understanding that some course change requests may not beapproved due to limited availability in sections, course conflicts, graduation requirements needed,etc.2. Students who need to make up previous failed credits can do so through ICAN (during the schoolyear), or SPHS Summer School. Enrollment into either option require counselor approval. Moreinformation to come regarding SPHS Summer School dates and enrollment processes.3. Spokane Public Schools offers summer programs through NewTech Prep (formerly NewTechSkills Center) and Spokane Virtual Learning. If you are interested, please contact your counselorand visit the following websites:NewTech Prep Summer Academy Summer Academy 2022 / Summer Academy 2022( Virtual Learning Registration / Summer Registration is OPEN ( Please contact the Shadle Park Counselor Center to update your contact information (address,email, phone numbers) to make sure you are receiving all important communications.Unique Resources and Opportunities (see attached).Youth Leadership Spokane is now acceptingapplications for sophomores, juniors and seniors to bepart of their 10-month leadership program. YLSstudents will participate in small team projectsthroughout the year, some in cooperation with theadult Leadership Spokane class. Many of the projectsand events will occur outside of the class sessions. Participation will enhance your personalconfidence and develop your understanding of the greater Spokane community.Applications close June 3, 2022. CLICK HERE to visit their website for more information and aregistration link.Teen Text 844-814-8336Substance Use and Mental Health SupportTeen Text gives teens a safe place to chat with someone who understands. Thisfree, confidential service gives youth experiencing mental health and/orsubstance use challenges someone to talk and engage with that has experienced similarchallenges. If you are struggling and need someone to talk to, call, text and connect with a peerwho is here to help.This free service is available to any teen or young adult living within the Spokane RegionalService Area, which includes; Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane and Stevens counties.Available 7 days/week, morning—11:00pm.Call or Text 844-814-8336Page 4Call-Text-Connect

Academic Support & ResourcesScience SubjectTeacher andclassroomBefore School HelpAfter School HelpChemistry/BiologyMrs. Mayhan, D203 Daily: 7:30-8:00 a.m. Daily: 2:30-3:00 p.m.Anatomy &PhysiologyMrs. Zosel, D201N/AMondays, 2:30-4:30 p.m.Biology / AppliedField ScienceMr. Groves, D210Mon-Wed-ThMon-Wed-ThChemistry / PLTWMrs. Hadorn, D205Daily: 7:30-8:00 a.m. Daily: 2:30-3:00 p.m.Physics, AVID 9thMr. Croskrey, D215N/AMon-Tu-Wed 2:30-3:00 p.m. (will staylonger if needed/available)PLTWMr. Dunlop, D2137:30-8:00 a.m.2:30-3:00 p.m., by appointmentAnatomy &Physiology, PLTWMr. Lehrman, D2117:30-8:00 a.m.2:30-3:00 p.m., by appointment if moretime is neededfrom 7:15-7:50 a.m. from 2:30-3:30 p.m.Schedule time before/after school with yourspecific teachers forextra help!CLICK HERE TO VIEW Teacher& Staff contact informationBRAND NEW! NEWTech Prep (formerly NEWTech Skills Center) just added aSURGICAL PROCESSING TECHNICIAN course for 2022-23!The NEWTech Surgical Processing Technician program is designed to provide students with the knowledgeand skills required for entry-level work as a sterile processing technician. Students will complete 200 hoursof clinical training at local hospitals which will count toward the required 400 hours for credentialing.\NEWTech can accommodate 25 students for this class. Want to sign up? Here’s a link to the application:NEWTech 2022-23 Registration Portal ( 5CLICK HERE TO VIEW ShadleCounseling & Support staffdirectory

Senior News & To-Do’sSeniors and Parents/Guardians of SeniorsWe are now in the home stretch of your senior year! There are LOTS ofactivities and deadlines you should be aware of.Wed., April 27, 6:00 pm Academic Honors Award Night in the SP Auditorium.May 2-6 and May 9-13 Advanced Placement ExamsSat., May 14, Senior Prom 7:00 pm @ The Spokane Convention Center’s Rooftop Patio.Tickets are 20 per person (cash or check only) sold in the Business Officeduring lunches May 2-11. NO TICKET SALES AT THE DOOR. Dance contracts arerequired for all participants. CLICK HERE for more information.Tues., May 17 Senior Pathway Decision Day ConTues., May 31 Golden Tickets Distributed in AdvisoryWed., June 1 All-Athletics Awards Night (time TBA)Thurs., June 2 Laptop Turn-in (turn in during your Civics/CWA class)Tues. & Wed., June 7 & 8 Senior Final ExamsTues., June 7 Jostens delivers caps, gowns & tassels during lunch (must have turned in yourcompleted Golden Ticket first)Thurs., June 9 Senior Walks (with lunch)Thurs., June 9 Senior Recognition Night, 5:30 pm in the AuditoriumFri., June 10 Senior Breakfast, Graduation Rehearsal, and Move-Up Con (more info TBA)Sat., June 11—Sun., June 12 (overnight) Shadle Park’s Grad Night ‘22 Celebration Tickets soldin the Commons using cash or credit/debit cards during lunches on thefollowing Fridays: April 22, April 29, May 6, May 13, May 20 for early bird priceof 40; May 27 for 50; possible June sales dates TBA. Or buy your ticket onlinehere: pdetails/MTQ5NzIxKeep up the great work, Highlanders!Page 6Sat., June 11 Class of 2022 Graduation, 4:30 pm at The Podium

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Senior Grad Night ‘22 News & UpdatesHello Parents and Guardians of Shadle Park Seniors!The Grad Night ‘22 Planning Committee has been busy all year pullingtogether the details and raising funds for a fantastic celebration for ourgraduating seniors. You are invited to join us for our next two monthlymeetings in the SPHS Library: Wednesday, May 4th @ 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 1st @ 6:30 p.m.Please be sure to “like” our Facebook page (Shadle Park Grad Night2022) and check your Junk folder for emails from Grad Night.Grad Night Ticket Sales Have Begun!Early Bird tickets are being sold for 40 through May 20th; on May21st the price increases to 50.Friday Lunchtime Ticket Sales in the Commons(accepts cash or credit/debit card) are as follows:April 29— 40May 6— 40May 13— 40May 20— 40May 27— 50Tickets can also be purchased online at this link: pdetails/MTQ5NzIxWe want all of our seniors to be able to attend Grad Night. If costis an issue for you please see Mrs. Hennessey in the CounselingCenter.Page 8FOR MORE INFO ABOUT GRAD NIGHT ‘22, CLICK HERE!

Don’t miss out on thisyear’s Sporran!Hey, Highlanders! Have youbought your 2021-22yearbook yet? Yearbooks arestill on sale for the price of 47. You can purchase yourSHADLE PARK’S ANNUALSPRING PLANT SALE ISCOMING MAY 18 & 19Shadle Park’s Plant Science programpresents its annual Plant Sale! Allplants are student projects that are nowready to grace your patio or garden.Plants include veggies, flowers andherbs.When:3:00 to 5:30 at the Shadle BusinessOffice with cash or creditcard only, or by visiting THISLINK. Supplies are veryMay 18 and 19, 2022Where: Shadle Park High School’sNorth Parking lot (corner ofWellesley and Ash, near thereader board)limited so order TODAY!Payment accepted: cash orcheckSeniors, don’t miss your finalShadle yearbook!To report a full dayabsence, please callour 24-hourAttendance Hotline at (509) 3546715. See Nurse info on next pagefor complete reporting info. To excuse a late arrival (tardy) orrequest an early dismissal, pleasecall the Student Office at (509) 3546879 between 7:00 am and 3:30pm. After hours, please leave amessage on the Attendance Hotline(509-354-6715). The easiest way to get yourstudent excused to leave early isto send them with a note to deliver tothe Student Office before theschool day begins. Your student willbe given a pass listing their departuretime and they can leave directly fromtheir class at the appointed time,eliminating the need for you to comeinto the school to get them dismissed.It’s a WIN-WIN!Page 9Attendance OfficeTips:

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTSFROM NURSE JEN SMELCER Starting mid-May I will be emailing parents of students withHealth Care Plans regarding needing new plans for nextyear. Make an appointment with your doctor ASAP Your student will not be able to start next fallwithout a plan You can find blank Health Care Plans on the SPSwebsite HERE Support & Interventions / Health( sure to turn in 1st page (completed by provider) and2nd page (completed by you).Be sure to pick up your student’s medications by 12pm onthe last day of school, June 17th. We are unable to storethem over the summer. All medications not picked up bythe 12pm deadline will be destroyed.If you need a copy of immunizations for college, have yourstudent come to nurse Jen’s office to pick up or call (509)354-6813.If your student is sick please go to the SPS webpage andcomplete a student COVID reporting form under COVIDresources.Nurse Jen SmelcerEmail: JenniferSm@spokaneschools.orgOffice phone: (509) 354-6813Cell phone: (509) 344-9004Page 10Thank you!


May 2022 Shadle Park School Calendar of EventsMONDAY2TUESDAY3Adv. Placement Exams,Week #1WEDNESDAY4THURSDAY5Varsity Boys’ SoccerMOD Pizza fundraiserPROM TICKETS ONSALE MAY 2-12 inBusiness Office (nosales during class time)16TH ANNUALHIGHLANDER GOLFTOURNEY @DOWNRIVER GC,1:30PMPERCUSSION ENSEMBLECONCERT, 7:00 pm inthe Auditorium10Adv. Placement Exams,Week #211 BOOSTER CLUBMEETS @ 5:30 pm,Location TBA1217181913 GREEN & GOLD DAYSat., May 14SENIOR PROM, 7PM @The ConventionCenter’s Rooftop Patio(doors open @ 6:30)PROM TICKETS ONSALE MAY 2-12continued166 Early Release @ 1:15Sat., May 7thGRAD NIGHT ‘22PARENT MEETING6:30PM IN THE SPHSLIBRARY9FRIDAY20GREEN & GOLD DAYEarly Release @ 1:1524SPAMMYS AWARDSHOW, 5:00 P.M.3031MEMORIAL DAY -SENIORS: GOLDENTICKET DISTRIBUTIONIN ADVISORYNO SCHOOLALL-ATHLETIC AWARDSNIGHT IN AUDITORIUM252627GREEN & GOLD DAYRegistration Deadlinefor 6/2 Co-ed OutdoorVolleyball TourneyPage 1223


Shadle Park’s DECA Chapter recently had two members travel toAtlanta, GA for the DECA International Career DevelopmentConference. Rylee Zinnecker-Brown and Colby Hair presented theirSchool Based Enterprise Gold Re-Certification project for theHighlander Hut. They joined over 15,000 DECA members from acrossthe country to compete in over 40 different events. There was also amarketing fair for students to attend to research options for post highschool, evaluate new products for the Highlander Hut and experiencethe tourism industry in Atlanta by attending a NBA playoff game forthe Atlanta Hawks and the Wonderful World of Coca Cola as well aslearn about our country’s history with a visit to the Civil Rights Museumand the Martin Luther King Memorial. By taking a business andmarketing class and joining DECA, any member at Shadle has theopportunity to strive for this experience.We also want to recognize Rylee Zinnecker-Brown and Cameron Picicci who both were awardedthe Emerging Leader Honor Award from DECA. The Emerging Leader Honor Award recognizesmembers who have been involved at the local, chartered association and DECA Inc. levels. Thesemembers are graduating seniors who have maintained at least a 3.2 cumulative grade pointaverage, have completed at least one course in marketing, business management andadministration, entrepreneurship, finance or hospitality and tourism, and have participated in avariety of activities that helped them to become a community-oriented, professionallyresponsible and experienced leader. The activities described are just a few of the benefits ofjoining DECA. DEC-22-ELHA-Recipients.pdf ( special thank you to the team of students who have successfully operated our School BasedEnterprises: The Highlander Hut and Bagpiper’s Bistro. They have worked diligently to re-openboth businesses and operate them successfully. Both of these hands-on learning labs givestudents relevant work experience and the opportunity to apply the business and marketingconcepts learned in the classroom. Please note you can always order SPHS merchandise throughAs we get ready to elect officers for next year this is the perfect time to thank our currentofficers for leading us to a successful year: Rylee Zinnecker Brown-president, Colby Hair-vicepresident of marketing, Grace Shuck-vice president of leadership, Cameron Picicci-vicepresident of career and development, Aria Peterson-vice president of hospitality and SamuelPicicci, vice president of Finance. If you are interested in taking a business or marketing classas part of your school schedule next year and want to be involved in DECA and all of thewonderful opportunities it provides, please contact Mrs. Ruehl at year has been a great one for our DECA Chapter-join the fun in 2022-23!Page 14our online store if you access the school website at TouchBase Signin (, login,complete order and then pick the items up at school.

The Shadle Project LIT Book Club just startedreading “A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder” byHolly Jackson. Copies of the book areavailable to check out from room B118 or theBook Room. Students are welcome to jointhroughout the year to become a Project LITChapter Leader! Anyone—includingcommunity members—can read the book andattend our book celebrations once a semester.Follow the club @ projectlitshadlepark onInstagram for more information and bookrecommendations. Questions? See Ms.Ashley Peak, Club Advisor in room B118 orcontact her via.Email: AshleyPe@spokaneschools.orgPhone: (509) 354-6771Page 15Academic Honors Awards Night

UPCOMINGSHADLE PARKPERFORMING ARTSEVENTS*NEW DATES! April 20-2122, 2022Shadle Park AdvancedTheater’s Spring Play, “MyMan Godfrey” in the SPHSAuditorium. Tickets 5 @door; doors open @ 6:40p.m./Curtain @ 7:00 p.m.*NEW DATE!Wednesday, May 4,2022Shadle Park PercussionEnsemble Concert,7:00 p.m. in the SPHSAuditorium; FREEadmission!Saturday, May 21, 2022Shadle Park Band &Percussion perform at theLilac Armed ForcesTorchlight Parade alongwith the SP Dance Teamand Cheerleaders.Wednesday, June 1, 2022Thursday, June 2, 2022Saturday, June 11, 2022Shadle Park Band &Orchestra’s Final Concertof the Year, 7:00 p.m. inthe SPHS Auditorium;Shadle Park Choirs’Final Concert of theYear, 7:00 p.m. in theSPHS Auditorium; FREEadmission!Shadle Park Band &Percussion perform atShadle’s Class of 2022Graduation ceremony atThe Podium.FREE admission!AdvancedTheater Class’s “My Man Godfrey”Page 16Spring Play.

ATHLETICSVisit the following site to view all upcoming Shadle Park sports 58REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR SHADLE’SSUMMER 2022 ATHLETIC CAMPS! View campschedule on the next page and register using the“Pay Fees” tab on the Shadle webpage.Date:Time:Location:You are cordially invited to join us for theAll-Athletic Awards Night!Tuesday, May 31, 2022TBA—check the Shadle website as the date approachesSPHS AuditoriumWELCOME OUR 2022-2023 SHADLE PARK DANCE TEAM!2022-23 Shadle Park DanceTeam members!Cienna Woodbury-PorterAshley OehlJaidyn HellerJessica SaariKamari WilliamsMaddie Flett Olivia HellerDID YOU MISS OURSPRING TRYOUTS?WATCH FOR OURSECOND ROUNDOF TRYOUTSCOMING THIS Fall2022!Page 17Congratulations to our new

Shadle Park High SchoolClick HERE for moreinformation andprintable Summer‘22 Athletic Campforms!Schedule SP1SPHSBoys’ Baseball3-8M-Th9:00-10:30am6/206/23 40.00XSP2SPHSBoy’s Basketball2-12Tu-Th5:45—7:45pm6/076/09 40.00XSP3SPHSBoy’s Basketball2-12Tu-Th5:45-7:45pm6/146/16 40.00XSP4SPHSGirl’s Basketball3-6M-Th10:30am—12:30pm6/206/23 50.00XSP5SPHSGirl’s Basketball7-9M-Th8:00-10:00am6/206/23 50.00XSP6SPHSSpring Football9M-Th3:40-5:30pm6/066/09 /22Tu-Th3:00-5:15pm6/216/22SP7SPHSSpring Football10-12 40.00SP8SPHSFootball Scrimmages(1)9Tu-W9:00am-12:30pm6/216/22 15.00SP9SPHSFootball Scrimmages(2)10-12Tu-Th9:00am-12:30pm6/216/22 25.00TBDTBDJulyM-Tu9:30-11:30am6/278/11 55.00W-Th7:30-9:30amSP10SPHSFootball Weights/Conditioning9-12**No conditioning 7/04 and 7/05SP11SPHSBoys’/Girls’ SoccerK-6M-Th8:00-9:30am6/276/30 40.000XSP12SPHSBoys’/Girls’ Soccer7-12M-Th8:00-9:30am6/276/30 50.00XSP13SPHSGirls’ Fastpitch Softball6-12Tu-Th10:00am-12:00pm6/216/23 3 6/23 50.00XSP16SPHSBoys’/Girls’ Conditioning9-12M-Tu7:30-9:30am6/278/11 55.00W-Th9:30-11:30am**No conditioning on 7/04 and 7/05(1) Must attend Spring Camp SP6 to be eligible to participate (2) Must attend Spring Camp SP7 to be eligible to participate. Football Scrimmages: June 21 at Shadle Park and June 22 at East Valley.Page 18Summer Athletic Camp

Welcome to our 2022-23 SPHS Cheer Squad!Front row, L-R:Kennedy Rosemier, ScarlettHamlin, Kiana Courchaine,Evie Patel, Kendayl HunterMiddle row, L-R: Esenya Avila, KamyEpefanio, Josie Anselmo,Mercy Cummins, NicoleMartin, Aliya AlexanderBack row, L-R:Makenna Stuller, KenziJohnston, Lydia Shepherd,Caitin BlankenagleNot pictured:Chloe SandsDaddy-Daughter DanceShadle Park’s Cheerleaders are excited to announce the return of the DaddyDaughter Dance! Paid registration includes entrance, DJ & dancing, sweetsand treats. This event is intended for girls aged preschool to 6th grade.Photos are NOT included, but there will be a fun and free photo op area.When:Sat., June 4, 20226 to 9 p.m.Location: Shadle Park High School BallroomAdmittance: 25 for princess and her escort 5 each additional princessand 5 for each additional childCLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER!Page 19 35 per couple CASH ONLY at the door

SHADLE BOOSTERNEWSThe Boosters meet the 2nd Wed. ofeach month @ 5:30 p.m. Email usfor this month’s meeting location!Join us next weekend!Join the Shadle Boosters for our popular16th Annual Highlander Golf TournamentFundraiser!WHEN: Sat., May 7, 2022 / TIME: 1:30 p.m.shotgun startLOCATION: Downriver Golf Course,Spokane, WADONATION REGISTRATION: 125.00For more information, email the Boosters at:Don’t miss our Friday night pre-function at theFlatstick Pub!Page or CLICKHERE to visit the Boosters’ event webpage.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OURHIGHLANDER STUDENTS OF THETHIRD QUARTER!Shadle Park celebrates the efforts of 85 Highlanders who were nominatedby staff members to be recognized as students of the third quarter in theHighlander Student of the Quarter program.These students were nominated in one or more of the following nominationcategories:Academics, Career & Technology, Citizenship, Global Thinking, and theCharacter Strong 8 Essentials of Patience, Kindness, Honesty, Respect,Selflessness, Forgiveness, Commitment and Humility.A celebratory slideshow to honor these students is posted in theHeadline section of our webpage or you can CLICK HERE to view!Spokane Public Schools Non-Discrimination PolicyPlease CLICK HERE to view our district’s Non-discrimination Policy.Editor:Margie WordellHighlander Highlights Newsletter May—July 2022Published each QuarterPage

NEWTech Prep (formerly NEWTech Skills enter) just added a SURGIAL PROESSING TEHNI IAN course for 2022-23! The NEWTech Surgical Processing Technician program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required for entry-level work as a sterile processing technician. Students will complete 200 hours

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