Tag Archives: West Plains

  • PACE Partner of the Month:
    Communities in Schools


    The PACE leadership team would like recognize Communities in Schools as the Partner of the Month for April. Communities In Schools of Spokane County (CISSC) is part of the the nation’s leading dropout prevention organization, working in public schools to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in […]

  • PACE Partner of the Month:


    The PACE leadership team would like recognize STCU as the Partner of the Month for February. STCU is a long-time partner and supporter of PACE. From financial gifts to gifts of time, STCU can be counted on to support our community. This year they will be a supporter of the 2017 PACE Awards for the Spokane […]

  • West Plain Chapter
    2016 PACE Awards


    On Thursday, May 5th,  fifteen students were honored for being a 2016 West Plains PACE Award Recipient. The ceremony was part of the West Plains Chamber of Commerce Membership Breakfast, focused on youth leadership. Special thanks to STCU for helping sponsor this event. Their support was instrumental – Not only did they sponsor the beautiful awards each student received, […]

  • PACE Partner of the Month:
    Owl Pharmacy


    The PACE leadership team would like recognize Owl Pharmacy as the Partner of the Month for October. Located in Cheney, Owl Pharmacy partners with the West Plains chapter of PACE and the Cheney School District to help Bring Character to Light. By promoting PACE through posters and window clings and encouraging employees to be involved, this PACE partner helps promote the […]

  • West Plains Chapter
    PACE Awards


    Fourteen Medical Lake and Cheney School District students were honored earlier this month for showing outstanding character! PACE was thrilled to have Washington State Senator Michael Baumgartner join the West Plains Chamber Breakfast to introduce and give an award to each student. PACE Partner STCU generously sponsored this event for the awardee students and their […]

  • Cheney Middle School Teacher
    Shows Caring Runs in the Family


    Family Runs the Portland Marathon to Support Teen Closet; Over $2700 raised. After teaching at Cheney Middle School for over 25 years, Aaron Mason, knows there are many student needs, and students in foster care face additional challenges. One of those areas of need is clothing that is “their clothes, their style, and their choice” […]

  • Respect starts with me


    By Tawni Bremer of Medical Lake Middle School, for publication by PACE Partners: The Current, Valley News Herald and Cheney Free Press Respect is treating others with fairness and kindness. These qualities are simply daily considerations that we show to others. When I think about what respect means to me, I think of the effort that […]

  • West Plains PACE celebrates good character at inaugural PACE Awards


    The West Plains Chapter has made some big strides with character education in a short amount time. They became an official PACE chapter in January, and on May 1, they honored 14 students and their families at the West Plains Chamber May Membership Breakfast for “Youth Leadership on the West Plains.” The event was held […]

  • A Walk of Courage


    Cheney-area students proudly hold the PACE Courage banner at the Four-and-a-Half Block Walk. Photo from Cheney Free Press. Cheney-area students encouraged others to show Courage as they walked with May’s PACE character trait banner at the Cheney “4½ Block Walk” last month to benefit the West Plains Relay for Life Team. Courage is absolutely necessary […]

  • Courage on the March


    By Col Brian Newberry, Commander of the 92nd Air Refueling Wing at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. The Wing provides global reach airpower and deploys expeditionary forces in support of worldwide combat, contingency, and humanitarian requirements. Courage is being scared to death… and saddling up anyway. – John Wayne America was founded on courage – […]