Option program info nights

The Community School

Jan. 15, 22, 29, or Feb. 11 from 6-7 p.m.
1025 West Spofford Ave.
509.354.3810
tracyfr@spokaneschools.org 

Meet our students and hear about Project Based Learning, an empowering approach to high school that connects learning to the real world through collaborative projects in and around Spokane. More information at The Community School homepage.

APPLE Program

Garfield: Feb. 11 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
222 W. Knox Ave.

Franklin: Feb. 10 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
2627 E. 17th Ave. 

The APPLE (Alternative Parent Participation Learning Experience) program is open to all children in grades K-6 who live within SPS boundaries. APPLE families commit to volunteer 90 hours per year in a variety of ways.

Odyssey Program 

Jan. 9 from 6-7 p.m.
509.354.7500 
DebbieD@spokaneschools.org 

Current Tessera students who are considering a transition to Odyssey should attend this meeting to learn about the process. Odyssey is a full-time Highly Capable magnet program at Libby Center for fourth through eighth grade students. 

Language Immersion Program

Jan. 15 or Feb. 3 from 6-8 p.m.
2900 E. 1st Ave.

The Language Immersion Program at Libby currently operates within the 50/50 framework; students spend half of their time in Spanish and half of their time in English. The program started in September of 2017 with 50 students and each year the school will accept a new class of kindergarteners, allowing it to expand by one grade yearly. Eventually, this will be a full elementary program.

Spokane Public Montessori

Jan. 21 form 4-5 p.m.
1300 W. Knox Ave.
Please RSVP @ 509.354.6401

Montessori is based on the belief that children learn best by doing, and that learning should occur in multi-age classrooms where children at various stages of development learn from and with each other.

North Central's Institute of Science & Technology

Jan. 15 from 6-7 p.m.
1600 N. Howard St.

Seventh and eighth grade students from across the district can attend middle school at NCHS in the Institute of Science and Technology, the region’s leading STEM facility. Students will remain within the IST and within their own student groups for nearly all of their classes, but will be able to experience a small menu of carefully selected elective courses and some mathematic coursework with high school students from NCHS.