Why do our students take our classes? Here is what our 2015-2016 students had to say:
49% - Ability to work at my own pace
24% - Ability to review the material as many times as I want
10% - Take a class not offered at my school
22% - To work ahead or take an advanced class
13% - Increase my motivation or engagement in a course material
14% - Get more individualized attention
22% - Supports my learning style
62% - Fits my schedule
52% - Complete H.S. requirement
12% - Feel more comfortable asking questions in an online class
7% - To retrieve a class I have failed or to get a better grade
NEW FITNESS OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS
Through Spokane Virtual Learning, student athletes can
now meet the activity requirement of their fitness courses through participation
in school or community directed athletic programs. Students athletes simply
enroll in their fitness courses through Spokane Virtual Learning. CLICK
HERE FOR INFORMATION AND TO FIND OUT HOW TO GET STARTED.
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SVL TEACHER SPOTLIGHT All of our teachers are Washington State Credentialed and Highly Qualified in the subjects they teach.
Donna Herold is a graduate of Washington State University with BAs in English and in Communications/Advertising. She holds a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction from Eastern Washington University. Donna works during the summers consulting with school districts around the nation, assisting fellow educators with their own curriculum design. She is a National Board certified teacher in the area of English/Language Arts.
Donna has taught Language Arts at Ferris High School since 1998, and she has taught English classes for Spokane Virtual Learning since 2006. Donna grew up in Spokane and attended Lewis and Clark High School. She is married with two daughters.
Spokane Virtual Learning         2900 East 1st Avenue, Spokane, WA 99202       phone-509-354-7545      fax-509-354-7582 Spokane Public Schools complies with all federal and state laws and regulations and does not discriminate.
It is the policy of the School Board to ensure
that student records are created, maintained, disseminated, and disposed
of as required by law and as deemed necessary and appropriate to provide
for the educational welfare of students and support of District's educational
programs, and/or for the orderly and efficient operation of schools.
The Board directs the superintendent to establish procedures that govern the
collection, content, management and control of student records. (Refer to Policy
6220 for District policy on public record requests.)