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Distance learning has been tough on all students across the region, but those without a permanent shelter face additional challenges. Homeless students already are at greater risk of falling behind in class, and the pandemic has only heightened those concerns for educators and parents.
Spokane Public Schools is taking the first steps toward asking voters to approve up to a $200 million, three-year replacement levy in February.
Spokane Public Schools will continue to take a measured approach to reopening schools, Superintendent Adam Swinyard said Tuesday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the plight of many minority students and their families, a statewide panel of African American educators agreed during a webinar this week.
The first step is often the hardest, especially when you’re walking a tightrope in front of a skeptical audience.
To walk into the new commons at Lewis and Clark High School is to feel the light.
The Spokane Public Schools board is moving swiftly to fill a vacancy amid big decisions regarding education during the pandemic.
Gov. Jay Inslee issued new guidance last week that will allow school bus drivers, who would not normally have routes during distance learning, to deliver meals and other needed supplies for home learning. That's the plan in Spokane, where Durham School Services provides transportation.
The Spokane Public Schools board of directors selected seven finalists this week to fill a vacancy left by Kevin Morrison’s resignation last month.
South Hill families have snagged an outsized share of the 700-plus spots in Spokane Public Schools’ new “day camp” program designed for kids to learn remotely – supervised and safe – in elementary and middle school buildings until schools fully reopen.
Spokane Public Schools’ new day camp has drawn overwhelming interest from working families.
The Spokane Public Schools board will hold a special meeting Wednesday night to cover a wide range of issues, including plans for beginning in-person learning once COVID-19 infection rates decline to acceptable levels.
A recent survey by Treehouse, a statewide nonprofit assisting foster children, found that the population is facing challenges receiving education assistance during the pandemic. Social workers hope the new school year will begin with more services in place.
Parents should be given the choice of whether their children learn from home or at schools, a small group of protesters said Friday afternoon outside the Spokane Regional Health District offices.
The students, families and teachers of Spokane Public Schools will face all manner of uncertainties in the upcoming school year, Superintendent Adam Swinyard said Thursday.
Citing the need to better prepare teachers and staff for distance learning, Spokane Public Schools announced Wednesday afternoon that the school year will be pushed back by two weeks.
The Spokane Public Schools board of directors is expected to approve Wednesday night a distance-learning model that includes expanded child care, a laptop for every student and a single learning platform.
The new middle school in northwest Spokane won’t be ready for two more years, but it already has an unofficial mascot: the osprey.
For algebra teacher Joanna O’Neill, there’s nothing more satisfying than eliminating a variable.
When Spokane’s K-12 students began learning from home, it seemed simple enough for Yamiselis Verdecia, a mother of three.