I missed seeing all of my student’s smiling faces (sometimes I didn’t see them until noon for those non morning kiddos!)as they walked to class today. I missed all of my bus kiddos and telling them to have a great day! I missed my teachers/colleagues/ friends and talking about- well, anything!
The Cheyenne Public Schools Yearbook staff works together to create a yearbook that captures the essence of our school community, students, staff, events, and memories. We strive to preserve memories through the inclusion of all students while acting with integrity.
The Cheyenne HS Art Club held a raffle to raise money for the 1st annual Katelyn Freeman Memorial Scholarship. Robby Cogburn was the winner of the raffle. We would like to thank the community for their generosity and support. (Photo provided)
Three Cheyenne High School teachers attended the State ACT Workshop at OSU on Thursday, March 5. The all-day workshop was presented by the State ACT Board where teachers were instructed in strategies for mastering the test format as well as core intensive strategies for specific content areas. Those attending were Ms. Melisa Moorman, science instructor; Mrs. Kara Smith, math instructor; and Mrs. Dianna Butler, English instructor. (Photo provided)
By Pat VerSteeg — This past week Kiwanis/Senior Citizens’ honored the CHS January and February Students of the Month. CHS Principal Whitney Moore introduced Justyce Boyett, January Student of the Month, and Ashton Cockrell, February Student of the Month.Mrs. Moore introduced both students by saying, “We have two outstanding students to begin the New Year: Justyce Boyett excels on the athletics field and in the classroom.
Jackson Throws No-Hitter to Secure Cheyenne/Reydon Bears Varsity Win Over Union City. The Bears improve to 1-1 on the year.
Owen Jackson was brilliant on the pitcher’s mound on Friday, as he threw a no-hitter to lead Cheyenne/ Reydon Bears Varsity past Union City 13-0.
The Cheyenne Public Schools Yearbook staff works together to create a yearbook that captures the essence of our school community, students, staff, events, and memories. We strive to preserve memories through the inclusion of all students while acting with integrity. If you would like to order a yearbook for the 2019-2020 school year, you can now do so. Yearbooks cost $40 and all checks must be payable to Cheyenne Yearbook.
Today students Shelby Robinson read the lesson and Jake Robin- son said the prayer. The lesson was about “Which is the hardest for you – Compassion, Kindness, Humility, Gentleness or Patience?” Colossians 3:12