Snoqualmie Valley Parent Partnership Program

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    Leadership: Principal Rhonda Schmidt
     
    What is the Snoqualmie Valley Parent Partnership Program?
    Snoqualmie Valley School District's Parent Partnership Program (P3) is a place where families who choose to educate their children at home can find resources and a learning community to support their journey. From curriculum materials and guidance to weekly engaging classes for the students, P3 offers families a partnership in their home education for students in grades K-10. Student learning plans, focused on each child’s individual needs, are created by the families and a certificated teacher. By focusing on each child’s progress, the learning plan details a unique learning roadmap for the school year.

    This program offers:
    • Fun, engaging classes on Mondays and Wednesdays for grades 6-10, and Tuesdays and Thursdays for grades K-5;
    • Grades 6-10 classes include language arts, history, science, math, art, technology and a writers' workshop. Classes for K-5 students include language arts, math, science, technology, music and more.
    • Certificated teachers to partner with families in writing their learning plans and monitoring learning progress throughout the year;
    • Curriculum resources and support for classes on site and at home;
    • Access to multiple forms of technology, including with Chromebooks and ActiveBoards;
    • A central location in Snoqualmie, based in modular classrooms on the Snoqualmie Middle School campus.
     
    If you are interested in learning more about the P3 program, please contact our Parent Partnership Program secretary, Robyn Kolke, at 425-831-4232 or kolker@svsd410.org.
     
    You are also welcome to email any questions to Principal Rhonda Schmidt at schmidtr@svsd410.org.