Chase Middle School

Parent Tools

 
 
 escript back to school eSscript
InvestEd
 
 
 
2014-15 Student Supplies List
 
 
Lunch Money & Online School Payments Instructions                                                                   A Username and Password have been created for all
students enrolled in Spokane Public Schools.           Username = Student ID number                             Password = Your Student's Last Name(1st letter capital and rest of name in lower case- this is a change from last year)
OR
capitalize all letters of the last name 


 





 

Welcome to Chase Middle School

 
 Chase

CHASE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Invites you to:

SIXTH GRADE PARENT ORIENTATION NIGHT

Wednesday, January 28th

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Chase Commons

6:30 pm – General welcome/Information

6:45 – 8:00 pm – Breakout sessions

Math, English, Accelerated programs, Spanish, AVID, Music, Electives, Special Education, English Language Learners, Fitness and Health, Activities

7:45 – 8:15 pm - Refreshments

 
 
 MLK Essay
Congratulations Carly Crooks
from Mrs. Areta's
Accelerated English /Language Arts class!
 
Carly earned 1st Place in the middle school group for her essay on the role of community service in our society. 
 
Thank you to the Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center for your role with Spokane's youth in our community!
 
 
"At 211˚, water is hot.
At 212˚, it boils.
And with boiling water, comes steam.
And with steam, you can power a train.
Just one extra degree makes all the difference."
    - www.givemore.com
 The extra degree
Chase Chargers are working to push 212˚,
the extra degree.

Chase Middle School would like to recognize and thank its community partners for their support in helping
Chase Chargers show P.O.W.E.R. 
 
steam plant  
Avista Papa Murphy's  
Ferrantes Oleary  
 
 
 
 
Click here for the College Bound Scholarship Application
  
 
 Chase
 apple                Click here for the              apple

   
 
 door bell

For all who wish to enter our building, we have a “Buzz-In” system.
This would apply to students late to school, parents coming to pick up students for appointments, or any other non-school personnel who are visiting our school.
 

 

money                STUDENT FINES ?              money

Don’t know if your student has a fine?  You can find out!

Go to www.spokaneschools.org/chase

On the right side under Parent Tools in the

Blue box ‘ONLINE SCHOOL PAYMENTS’

Username = your student’s ID number

Password = student’s last name

(case sensitive! First letter capital  ex:  Smith

OR
all all capitals  ex. SMITH)

Click on your student’s name

Right side – Fines/Fees

View open fines and fees

This will show anything owing.  Then if you want to pay online continue following the instructions to pay OR send a check or cash with your student to the Chase Book Room
 
 
Important
If you have a new address,
phone number, or contact information,
please notify the public office or 

Help us to keep your student's records accurate.

 
Thank You!
 
 
 
 Bus Route Information will be available soon on the Spokane Schools website. 
 
school bus  
 
       www.spokaneschools.org ->
           'Parents' tab ->
              'Bus Routes' ->
                  Pull down & select grade level ->
                      Enter Address
 
                  Examples: 1234 E Angela Ct
                                      4321 S Custer Rd
                                      1423 17 St
 
 
 
 

Contact Info

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, &
 
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