Members of the Spokane
Education Association (SEA) have voted to schedule a one-day walk out of
classes on May 27 to protest the State Legislature’s failure to fully fund
basic education. This action is not supported by Spokane Public Schools Board
of Directors, superintendent, or administration of the school district.
As a result of the walk out,
school will need to be canceled, along with all activities, on Wednesday May 27th
and made up in the following manner:
Late start Thursdays will be
canceled on May 28, June 4 and June 11. Classes will begin at 8:45am Monday through Friday.
June 18 will be the last day
of school (a calendared snow make up day) on the following schedule:
School – 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
School – 8:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.
– 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Lunch will be served on the
last day of school.
The reason activities are
canceled on May 27 is due to liability and cost issues.
Questions regarding other
matters related to the walkout or make up day can be directed to the school
principal to respond. 354-5000
We are sorry for the
inconvenience this action is causing you, your family and your student.
Chase Middle School has provided education for
our staff and students regarding depression and suicide
risk identification and intervention and encourage you to explore our website
for supportive information regarding this topic.
We believe in cultivating life-long learners by being competent, caring professionals. In order to effectively achieve this goal, there must be a partnership between students, families and staff.
We believe that teachers should deliver meaningful and effective strategies for learning which result in increased understanding by students.
We believe that Chase Middle School must strive to create a learning environment that is welcoming, safe and positive; a learning environment which sets forth high expectations for all students, families and staff.
Free from bullying and harassment
Students and staff feel encouraged and empowered through personal accountability
Dedicated to the premise that each student is capable of high achievement
Prepares students to be successful in the future
We believe that student behavior expectations need to be developmentally appropriate and consistently taught, modeled, and reinforced building wide. Behaviors can be improved through building positive relationships between students, families and staff.
We believe that learning should be rigorous, relevant, and meaningful, is built upon positive relationships, and is the responsibility of students, families and staff.
Parents can help improve learning by: 1) Consistently checking your child's student planner, 2) Ensuring your child regularly attends school, &