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CALENDAR OF EVENTS (for a complete list of athletic and evening events, go to:
November 7 - Football post-season play v Chiawana in Pasco - 7:00pm
November 8 - State Cross Country at Sun Willows Golf Course (Pasco) - 10:00am
November 8 - LC Booster Bash - 7:00pm @ the Manito Country Club - see below for more info
November 8 - SAT Test @ LC - see below for more info
November 9 - Tiger STAGE parent meeting - 6:30pm in room 129
November 10 - Veterans Day Con - see below for more info
November 11 - Veterans Day - No School
November 12 - LC Blood Drive - see below for more info
November 14 - 1st Quarter Grades Mailed Home (grades are always available on PowerSchool!)
November 18 - Childhood Vaccination Clinic - 3:30-6:00pm at Sheridan Elementary - see below for more info
November 19 - GEAR UP Workshop - 6:00pm - more info coming soon!
November 20-22 - LC Tiger Drama Presents "A Midsummer Night's Dream" - 7:00pm in the LC Auditorium
November 26-28 - Thanksgiving Break - No School
December 5-6 - LC Tiger Drama Presents "The Trumpet of the Swan" - 7:00pm in the LC Auditorium
December 8 - Booster Club Meeting - 6:30pm
December 9 - Mid-Quarter Ends
December 10 - Senior All-Nighter Meeting - 5:45pm
December 11 - Instrumental Music Concert - 7:00pm in the LC Auditorium
December 15 - Choir Concert - 7:00pm in the LC Auditorium
December 17 - Mid-Quarter Grades distributed to students
December 20-January 4 - Winter Break - No School
Did You Know?: The cumulative GPA of LC's Fall athletes is 3.625. Not only are LC athletes winning on the field with
girls soccer, football, cross country, slow pitch softball, and volleyball all advancing to post-season play, we are also
winning in the classroom! Go Tigers!
Congratulations: The LC Girls Volleyball Team has the highest grade point average in 4A Volleyball and has qualified
for the WIAA/Dairy Farmers of Washington/Les Schwab Tires State Academic Achievement Award! Our team will be
recognized during the State Championship tournament. Congratulations Tigers!
Congratulations: The LC Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams had a great season! Last weekend at Regionals, 12
students qualified to move onto the State competition this weekend in Pasco. Good luck to our Tiger Runners:
Boys: Zak Kindl
Girls: Emily Armstrong, Abby Goff, Blythe Irwin, Helen Krueger, Emily Phillip, Maddie Pincock, Abby Smith, Katie
Thronson, Allegra VanderWilde, and Jenny Vercruyssen
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Congratulations: The LC Debate Team had a fantastic weekend at the Whitman College Debate Tournament. Here is
how our Tigers preformed:
Sam Cebula - Junior Impromptu 3rd Place
Nikitha Kundur - Varsity Finalist Oratory
Caroline Avery - Junior Oratory 3rd Place
Libby Palmer - Junior 1st Place Lincoln Douglas Debate, 2 Place Overall Speaker, & Junior Impromptu 3rd Place
Congratulations: Senior Sidney Serff has been selected as the LC Lilac Princess for 2014-2015! The committee had a
difficult decision to make due to the exceptional applicants. The committee would like to congratulate the LC Lilac
Finalists - Mackenzie Grady, Mikayla Binns, and Bridgette Locke. Nice job ladies!
Congratulations: Senior Grace Woodard has been awarded the $84,000 Presidential
Scholarship from the University of Portland! Congratulations Grace!
Congratulations: Back in October 2013, Senior Keign Vedvick met with Spokanimal C.A.R.E. to discuss options for his
senior culminating project. Four years ago, he had built picnic tables for Spokanimals dog park at High Bridge to
achieve his Eagle Scout, so it was decided that he would build two picnic shelters to house some of those picnic
tables and to shield dog owners from the weather. One shelter would be 20X20 in the large dog park area and the
other would be a 10X12 in the small dog park area. Keign started the process of getting an architect to draw up the
plans and meeting with local contractors and businesses for donations. In the spring, the junior class was informed
that the senior culminating project was no longer required for graduation, however Keign wanted to follow through
with his project. After meeting with the city to get the plans approved and obtaining a building permit, Keign and
several volunteers spent many summer and fall hours building two amazing shelters. Such a great young man to give
back to the community! Here are the results of Keign's labors!
Booster Bash: The annual Booster Bash is this Saturday night, November 8. Doors
open at 7:00pm. Thank you to all who have supported the Boosters with
donations to your sport or activity's baskets, purchased tickets, or helped with the
planning of the auction. A very special Thank You to our sponsors
Centennial Sponsors: Drs. Higuchi & Skinner, P.S.- NW Center for Oral &
Maxillofacial Surgery, Dr. Mark Paxton, D.D.S., P.S. - Spokane Oral & Maxillofacial
Orange Sponsors: Ellingsen Paxton Orthodontics, P.S., Ellingsen Endodontics, PLLC
Victory Sponsor: Dennis & Lynn Spurlock, NWOS
Black Sponsors: Cravens Coffee, Damon Orthodontics, Solid Waste Systems, Winco, FirstWind
Tiger Sponsors: AmericanWest Bank Pat & Marla DeMars, Applied Health Associates, Washington Trust Bank, Coast to
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Coast Turf, LLC, Jayson & Deana Brower, College-Found Consulting, Lloyd’s Automotive, Dix Corporation Milieu,
Edwards Lalone Travel, South Grand Veterinary Clinic, Laura Fallis, Todd & Dianne LaValley, Fery’s Catering College
Funding Systems, Fulcrom Group, Dr. Marc Weiand, DDS, Garco, The Cotter Family, The Grand Latte, The Neptune
Society, David & Suzanne Greely, Kopasetic Construction, Imprezzio, Hartwig Health, NAI Black, Dr. Brandy Richey,
DDS, Pat & Kelley Rusnak, Schaffer Real Estate Appraisals, Dr. Jay H. Sciuchetti, DDS. ServPro, Christopher Zylak &
Megan Hoefer, Electric Smith, Inc., Spokane Civic Theatre, Dr. Susan Kohls, DDS
Homecoming Pictures: If you had pictures taken at Homecoming, they are ready for pick up in the Book Room.
Picture Retakes: If you had picture retakes done, the new pictures are available for pick up in the Business Office.
Tiger Closet: Thank you to everyone who contributes to the Tiger Closet Fund. Due to your efforts we were able to
purchase underwear, socks, hat, gloves, and deodorant for our students. The Tiger Closet Fund is an account that
was set up by parents of the Class of 2011 to purchase clothes and hygiene products for the Tiger Closet. You may
contribute to this fund in the LC Business Office by indicating that your donation should go to the Tiger Closet Fund.
Thank you for your continued support of the Lewis and Clark community.
We are also in need of clothing donations of: sweatshirts, coats, and gloves - donations can be brought to the LC
Public Office.
Senior All-Nighter Holiday Wreath and Poinsettia Sale: Decorate
your home or business, gift to family and friends, buy for
upcoming holiday party hostess gifts: 22” or 28” inch wreaths, an
aromatic combination of Noble Fir, berried juniper and incense
cedar with red faux berries and a red velvet bow; 6”, 8” or 10”
red, white, pink or marble poinsettias
Visit for more
-- Order Deadline: Monday, November 10 ~ 12:00 noon
-- Order Pick up: Thursday, December 4 from 3:00pm-7:00pm at
the LC Field House
-- Ways to order:
-- RECOMMENDED METHOD - over the phone 995-4803 (Phyliss Bopray)
-- or Online at:
-- or Mail order form & check (payable to LC SAN). For discount on 3 of same size
poinsettias, please mail in order.
c/o Bopray
216 W. Pacific Avenue, Suite 104
Spokane, WA 99201
All proceeds benefit the LC 2015 Senior All-Nighter Graduation Party ~ A Safe Alcohol/Drug Free Celebration
Tutors Needed: Attention Juniors and Seniors! LC is starting a new Tutor program and we need you! Do you excel in
one or more subjects? Would you like to enhance your college or job applications? Please see your counselor or the
GEAR UP team in Room 228 for a Tutor Application. Please turn in applications before next Wednesday, November
12. If you are a Junior or Senior with questions about the Tutoring Program, please see Mrs. Maguire, Mr. Denton or Mr.
Pfeifer in room 228.
Delta Gems: The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority are inviting all young ladies of AfricanAmerican heritage (ages 14-18) to join them for the annual Delta Gems event to engage in
cultural activities, education, and skill building for 21st century leaders. The Gems will meet
throughout the school year from on the second Saturday of the month from 10:00am1:00pm. There is no cost to join and breakfast/lunch will be provided. There will be a parent
meeting on Saturday, November 8 at 10:00am at Libby Center (E 2900 1st Ave). For more
information, contact: Denise McKinnon at 535-8646 or [email protected] The
sorority will also be offering a program for young girls ages 11-14 called the Delta Academy.
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A Midsummer Night's Dream: LC Tiger Drama is pleased to present the Shakespearean comedy,
A Midsummer Night’s Dream on November 20-22 in the LC Auditorium (7:00pm). Tickets are $10
at the door.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, is perhaps one of William Shakespeare’s most widely produced
and accessible plays. LC Tiger Drama sets this production in the early 1900’s where rigid lines of
culture are drawn and dictated. But we see freedom can be found in the boundless realm of
the imagination. This version is an adaptation by Hilary Tate from the Oregon Shakespeare
Festival and runs shorter than the full length version.
The cast of A Midsummer Night’s Dream includes: Chloe Forsberg, Ilan Hernandez, Julian Lee
and Jackson McMurray as the star crossed lovers and Tristan Bolen, Bailey Heppler, and Megan
Rosenau are leaders of the manipulative fairy band. Jillian Burgess, Noel Case, Tyese Chumov,
Liam Schaff, Grant Thayer, and Victoria Whiteaker entertain as the bumbling players rehearsing and performing the
play within a play.
Tom's Turkey Drive Volunteers Needed: Volunteers are needed to assist with Tom’s Turkey Drive on
Friday, November 21 & Saturday, November 22 to help hand out flyers, accept monetary & food
donations and load the items onto Second Harvest trucks. There are many shifts available
(specifically at the 14th Ave. Rosauers & Browne’s Edition Rosauers) so please feel free to
self-register at Teachers, staff, parents and even students are
welcome to participate!
Free Thanksgiving Dinner: The Women & Children’s Free Restaurant & Community Kitchen is holding a FREE
community Thanksgiving dinner Saturday, November 22, from 4:00-7:00pm at Rogers High School. All are welcome!
This event is sponsored by Pawn 1 and Spokane Public Schools.
Tiger Depot Calendars: The LC Tiger Depot 2015 12-month calendars have full-color pictures, include all major
holidays, have laminated covers (front and back), and are spiral bound. There are pre-designed Tiger calendars (as
well as Tropical, Kitten, Nature, Butchart Gardens, Flowers, Space, and Angel calendars) for $7.00 each or you can
have a custom one designed for $12.00 each. The customized calendars have personal photos of your own along
with personalized dates such as birthdays and anniversaries. For samples, see the display case by room 109, Mrs.
Weiler, or any Tiger Depot staff member in room 111. These make great gifts for the holidays! Place your order soon
for prompt delivery. Feel free to contact Mrs. Weiler at [email protected] or 354-6908 if you have any
Campus Security: Beginning at 8:00am, all of our external doors with exception of the main entry are locked. All
visitors must enter through the main entry and check in at the office. The main entry door is locked at 4:00pm unless
we have an afternoon or evening event planned.
Winter Sports: Winter Sports begin Monday, November 17. Beat the rush and pick up an eligibility packet in the
Business Office before school, after school and during lunches or download the documents online at A current physical is required to participate in all
Vaccination Clinic: Spokane Public Schools, Group Health, and the Spokane Regional Health District are offering a
FREE childhood vaccination clinic on November 18 from 3:30-6:00pm at Sheridan Elementary (3737 E. 5th Ave).
Children ages 2-18 are eligible (there will also be a limited supply of adult vaccines available). If possible, please
bring vaccine records for your child to the event. If you have questions, please contact Laurie Moyer, RN at
Tiger STAGE: All drama parents are invited to join us for the next Tiger STAGE (Supporting Theatre Arts and Education)
parent meeting on Sunday, November 9 at 6:30pm in room 129. The meeting will involve pre-planning for parents of
those students possibly attending the National Thespian Festival in the Summer of 2015.
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Veterans Day Con: On Monday, November 10, we will be holding our Veterans Day
Recognition Convocation. We want to thank our Veterans for their service to our great
nation. We invite any parents, grandparents, or siblings of current LC students who are
veterans to join us in our ceremony. To reserve a seat of honor at the event, please
contact Randy Ott (354-6911).
Blood Drive: The Tiger Blood Drive will be held Wednesday, November 12 in the Wrestling Room
from 9:00am to 2:00pm. Appointments are available, periods two through six. To sign up, please
verify donor eligibility, complete a minor consent form with parent signature, and signup in room
115. If you would like more information, please contact Chantal Czarapata at
[email protected]
Eligibility guidelines: Must be at least 16 years of age (with parent permission), no piercings or
tattoos in the last year. For minors: minimum height: 5'4", minimum weight: 120 lbs. For adults: no
minimum height, minimum weight: 110 pounds.
Please Donate to Our PTSG: The Lewis and Clark PTSG (Parent, Teacher, Student Group) invites all LC parents to
become a member by donating at least $20. ALL funds go directly to LC students for Open House, Academic
Recognition, the Senior bar-b-q, the Freshman Activity Night, and other great activities. The ONLY source of PTSG
funding is membership fees. Our focus is completely on students, staff and parents. Without your help, these
programs are in jeopardy! JOIN and HELP TODAY! Visit
/site/Default.aspx?PageID=395 to download the application or you can bring your $20 donation to the LC Open
House on October 1.
Travel to Europe in the Summer of 2015: Have you ever wanted to scale the Eiffel
Tower, look the Mona Lisa in the eye, eat decadent chocolate in Switzerland, tour the
caste the inspired Disney's Sleep Beauty's castle, experience history at the hallowed
ground of Dachau, and peek behind the former Soviet Iron Curtain into Prague?
Mr. Greg Pschirrer, Ms. Emily Haxton, and Mrs. Theresa Meyer are organizing a
European Adventure for Summer 2015. This will be the 5th European trip for us and we
are excited to take your student on the adventure of a lifetime! The two week trip
organized by WorldStrides will include: Paris, France - Lucerne, Switzerland - Munich,
Germany - and - Prague, Czech Republic and many points in between!
Students/parents who register before November 15 will receive a $150 discount (November 15 is also the last day to
apply for a need-based scholarship).
We currently have 14 students ranging from 9th-12th grade, 4 parents, and 3 LC leaders registered for the trip. Any
high school age student is welcome to enroll (and we love having parents join in on our adventures!) Contact
[email protected], [email protected], or [email protected] and we can help you
out! Note: This is not an official LC sponsored activity.
SAT Saturday Testing Information: The SAT will be offered on Saturdays at LC this year:
- November 8, 2014 (late registration deadline 10/28*)
- December 6, 2014 (registration deadline 11/6, late registration deadline 11/24*)
- March 14, 2015 (registration deadline 2/13, late registration deadline 3/3*)
- May 2, 2015 (registration deadline 4/6, late registration deadline 4/21*)
- June 6, 2015 (registration deadline 5/8, late registration deadline 5/27*)
Late registration incurs an additional $28 fee.
Students register for exams directly on the SAT website, Please be aware that registration
deadlines for the exams close approximately one month prior to the exam date; late registration deadlines for the
exams close approximately ten days prior to the exam date and incur an additional fee. Additional information
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regarding the SAT can be found online at our website under the "Info" tab (SAT testing @ LC), or on the College Board
website (
Most students take the SAT during their junior or senior year in high school. At least half of all students take the SAT
twice - in the spring of their junior year and in the fall of their senior year. Most students also improve their score the
second time around.
The SAT test costs $52.50 per test. If you cannot afford to pay the fee, you can see your counselor to apply for a fee
waiver before you register online (click here for fee waiver information:
Note: All LC Juniors will take the SAT test during the school day on April 15 for free. More details coming closer to the
test date.
FREE SAT Prep Program: We are excited to offer LC students an innovative and exciting program designed to help
them become more college and career ready! The Naviance Family Connection Program will not only help our
students meet this goal, but also provides them with a FREE SAT prep program! Have your student login and check out
all the great things Naviance Family Connection can offer them! Here is what your student will need to login:
- Website: (click on the Naviance link on the home page - right hand column)
- Username: (use your student ID #)
- Password: tigers (be sure "tigers" is lower case t)
- Click "PrepMe" link on left side of screen to get started in the SAT prep program!
Changes are coming to the SAT in 2016: When students open their SAT test books in spring 2016, they’ll encounter an
SAT that is more focused and useful than ever before. The full specifications of the exam along with extensive sample
items for each section will be available on April 16, 2014. Major changes are:
There will be three sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, Math, and the Essay.
The length of the SAT will be about three hours, with an added 50 minutes for the essay.
The exam will once again be scored on a 400 to 1600-point scale. The Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
section and the Math section will each be scored on a 200- to 800-point scale. Scores for the Essay will be
reported separately.
The Khan Academy ( is partnering with SAT to help students prepare for these
changes with FREE test prep!
Visit: for a complete description of the 8 key
changes in:
Relevant Words in Context
Command of Evidence
Essay Analyzing a Source
Math Focused on Three Key Areas
Problems Grounded in Real-World Contexts
Analysis in Science and in Social Studies
Founding Documents and Great Global Conversation
No Penalty for Wrong Answers
Scholarships: Visit our Career and College web site to learn about the newest scholarships that your student may
qualify for at: - be sure to bookmark this page and check back
frequently for updates!
PowerSchool & Grades: Do you want to know how your student is doing before
report cards come out? Do you want real time progress reports and attendance
data online for your student? Visit and click on the
PowerSchool icon at the top. Your PowerSchool login and password were mailed
home with the Welcome Back letter.
In PowerSchool, you can choose to have progress reports emailed to you as often as you want. Last year, we have
76% of our parents and students accessing their information and 32% getting email reports - we would love to see
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everyone utilizing this great tool!
If you have questions about your student's grade, please contact the teacher directly as your first step as soon as you
have a concern so they can partner with you to help your student be successful.
If you have trouble accessing PowerSchool, please contact Paula Cavanagh at [email protected]
Call for Advertisers: The LC Journal, one of Spokane's last high school newspapers is looking
for advertisers and sponsors for the school year. Our first issue will be published in
November, but not without your help. Our publication is funded by donations and ads. If
you would like to run an ad, please view our ad info on our website: You can also donate online and become
a sponsor directly from this site. With a $50 donation, sponsors get their names in the
sponsor's box on the back of every issue of the newspaper through June. Questions? Contact Advisor Jennifer
Showalter: [email protected]
GEAR UP for Academic Success: Our new GEAR UP Academic Success Center (ASC) is open
and ready to start helping students! The ASC is open to 9 and 10 grade students.
- Where: Southwest corner of the library.
- When: Monday-Friday at lunch, and Monday-Thursday after school (2:30-3:30pm)
- What: Helping students with whatever they need to succeed academically.
School Sponsor: We are excited to announce our continuing partnership with Target stores. Families
who shop at Target and use the Target REDcard can designate LC to receive a donation of 1% of
the purchase total. So far, we have 20 families donating to LC just by shopping at Target! If you don't
have a REDcard, you can apply at: - our school code is: 106638. If you
already have a REDcard, you can designate LC as your recipient school at
Our school code is: 106638.
Volunteers Needed: We need you as a VOLUNTEER at LC! Some of the events/projects we need help with are
Picture Day, Tiger Closet, Office staff relief for staff luncheons, Freshman Night, Sr. BBQ just to name a few. If you are
interested in volunteering at LC please send your name, telephone number and email address to our volunteer
coordinator, Leigh Halvorson at [email protected]
Absences: If your student is going to be absent, please call our attendance hotline to excuse the absence at
Free Microsoft Software for Students: In an effort to help prepare students for the technology skills required in the
workforce, Microsoft announced Student Advantage. Students can now use Office every day for school work and
activities that are most important to them. Office not only helps students stay organized and get their work done
today but at the same time develops skills that will be required when they enter the work force. There is no cost to
download and run the full versions of Office provided in the Student Advantage program. You can also access the
Microsoft Mobile apps on smart phones or tablets.
Enrolled students at LC are eligible to install the full version of Office Pro Plus as part of our Office 365 Student email
subscription. Below are instructions on how to install Office Pro Plus on a Windows 7 machine. The installation process
is similar for Windows 8 and the Mac OS.
Using the computer you want to install Office on do the following: Login to your Office 365 email account at: (If you do not remember how to log in to your Office 365 email account, go to:
Once logged in, click on the setting’s gear in the upper right corner and select Office 365 Settings.
On the left side, select Software.
The system will detect the operating system you are running and recommend the latest version of Office for you to
install. Once you verify the version to install, click the Install button.
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If you are prompted to Run or Save the file, select Run.
Microsoft Office will install in the background and after a few minutes you will receive notice stating "Welcome to
your new Office." At this screen click Next.
Follow the prompts through the installation, selecting the options you want.
When all options are selected, a video will play explaining some of the features of Office. Once the video is done, it
will ask you to Sign in. At the Sign in prompt, enter your [email protected] email address, and click Next.
Follow the remaining prompts and when complete you can begin to use the Office products.
Calculators Available for Purchase: The LC Bookroom has 60 calculators available in stock for purchase. These
calculators (model TI 30-XS Multiview) do everything students need except graphing. For students in Algebra, this
calculator will be sufficient for their needs. The calculators are available for $14 in the Bookroom (regular price in
stores is $18).
Safe Driving Reminder: With school back in session, please remember that the speed limit in school zones is 20
miles/hour or slower. This applies not only to the LC campus area but to the Hart Field/Sac/Jefferson/Camp Hutton
neighborhood. It is important that we are good citizens and abide by the traffic laws meant to keep children safe.
Backpacks Needed: If you have any new or gently used backpacks, we would be happy to accept the donation!
You can bring the backpacks to the LC Public Office and we will distribute them to students in need. Thank you!
Donate to our Student Assistance Fund to Help Fellow Students: When you come in to pay student fees in the Business
Office, please consider donating to the Student Assistance fund. This fund helps needy students pay for the required
class fees and athletic fees. Every dollar donated goes directly to LC students.
BrightArrow: Learn about the new Parent Notification System called BrightArrow that will send email updates and text
messages for emergency communications and important updates from LC. You can choose what phone number
and/or email address you prefer for notifications and sign up to receive text notifications. Bright Arrow will not
replace the LC News You Can Use, but will be an additional tool to help us communicate with our community. Go to
BrightArrow to learn how to update your information.
The LC Tiger Pantry: Lewis and Clark now has a FREE food outlet for our students to access canned and boxed food
items for use at home. (We cannot dispense food for lunch). The LC Tiger Pantry is located in the underground
parking garage around the corner from the Tiger Closet. This Pantry was set up for LC students to access free food to
take home and help their families with major meals. Currently, they can access this resource during the day with a
staff member or a counselor. We are inviting students/staff/parents to donate needed food items to our Pantry all
year long. We are needing high protein items (peanut butter, packages of noodles, beans, canned vegetables,
etc). We also could use the cloth reusable grocery bags and strong paper bags. Food donations can be taken to
the Public Office.
Our community partners have supported LC staff and student activities this year. We are asking our LC families to
give back by supporting these partners
Larry H Miller Toyota
Subaru of Spokane
Davenport Collection
Domino's Pizza
905 S Grand & 30th
Fred Meyer
Cravens Coffee
Tuxedo Gallery
517 W 3rd Ave.
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Applied Healthcare
Ammonite Ink
Instant Sign Factory
US Army
Spokane Public Schools complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, marital status, race,
color, creed, national origin, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person
with a disability, sexual orientation including gender expression or gender identity, or honorably discharged veteran or military status. This holds true for
all students who are interested in participating in educational programs and/or extracurricular school activities, and provides equal access to the Boy
Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the school district's Title IX
officer and/or Section 504/ADA coordinator. Title IX Officer, Shawn Jordan, (509) 354-7396 * Section 504 Coordinator, Wendy Bleecker, (509) 354-7399 *
ADA Officer, Tennille Jeffries-Simmons (509) 354-7265 * Affirmative Action Officer, Ramon Alvarez, (509) 354-7344 * Equal Opportunity Officer, Ramon
Alvarez, (509) 354-7344 * 200 N. Bernard Street, Spokane, WA 99201
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