University High School’s Titan Key Club in the Central Valley School District has been working on several community projects.
The group collected children’s books for Page Ahead Literacy. The books will be donated to low-income students.
Club members turned out for four days at the Valley Mall Red Robin during the restaurant’s “Burgers with a Heart” campaign. The students raised $946, which will be donated to the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery.
The club, sponsored by the Spokane Valley Kiwanis, has also been selling coffee in the mornings at the school and donated the proceeds – $346 – to the Wishing Star Foundation.
The students have accumulated 1,650 hours of community service and have raised $2,492 for various organizations since September.
Key Club president is Chandler Watson and the group is advised by Wally Watson.
The Central Valley School District board of directors awarded its 2011 Meritorious Service Awards on Monday to members of the district’s staff and community.
Certificated employees honored were Rik Austing of Horizon Middle School and Shirley Brick of Ponderosa Elementary School.
Classified staff receiving awards were Jeff Haynes from the transportation department and Ronda Stewart from University High School.
The team award went to the summer transition team from Central Valley High School: Jason Allen, Shirley Andrews, Katie Bousley, Katie Louie, Phillip Plesek, Cheryl Regnier and Adrienne Schoenberg.
The community winner was Tom Lundstrom, a SCOPE volunteer at Liberty Lake Elementary School.
Eastern Washington University has announced winners of its President’s Scholarship. The $2,500 scholarship is awarded to students with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.8 or higher or an SAT score of 1,250 or higher.
Winners in the Greater Spokane Valley area include: Kristina Cornmesser of Liberty High School, Brianna Bogart of Valley Christian School, Hannah Seagrave of the Spokane Valley Learning Academy, Andrea Zimmerman of Freeman High School, and Morgan Voelker of University High School.
CV choice applications accepted
Central Valley School District has announced its school choice application process for students living in areas outside of their school of choice.
Students living within the CV district should complete and submit an Application for Student Transfer to the principal of the school they wish to attend by April 15. Those who live outside the district have until May 1 to complete this process.
There are 10 schools closed to choice students during the 2011-’12 school year due to capacity limitations are Adams, Broadway, Greenacres, Liberty Lake and Sunrise elementaries, the Central Valley Kindergarten Center, Bowdish, Evergreen and Greenacres middle schools and Central Valley High School.
For more information, call the district office at (509) 228-5400 or visit www.cvsd.org.