Students in Grades 6-12 enrolled in Mead Virtual Program (MVP) will have the opportunity to participate in asynchronous learning. This option is intended for students and families looking for flexibility and the opportunity to participate in at-home learning on their own time. Students will be working with a team of teachers from the Mead School District, as well as from Spokane Public Schools.
Students enrolled in MVP will have a variety of core courses available, including honors and AP ELA, advanced math pathways with AP math courses and AP social studies courses. Additionally, students will be able to access fine arts, PE/health and electives through Mead’s existing alternative learning program courses.
Students needing to recover credits from prior years will have the opportunity to earn those credits through Mead’s credit recovery option.
Students will have an opportunity to engage in differentiated levels of support and instruction. This will include, but is not limited to, core instruction (asynchronous), targeted intervention (synchronous), tutoring and academic support at the Pittsburg Learning Center at 13120 N Pittsburg St, Spokane, WA 99208.
Students enrolled in MVP will be part of a non-traditional learning community and required to meet expectations of alternative learning experiences as outlined by the state of Washington.