Spokane Public Schools launches online service for teachers, students at home

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SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Public Schools (SPS) launched an online service allowing teachers to connect with students and parents.

The digital service started Monday, and according to SPS, allows teachers to connect with students, answers questions, share materials and help with access to digital resources.


The website offers scheduling ideas for doing coursework at home, daily learning plans for certain grade levels, guides for at-home learning and digital textbooks. Many of these options are offered in different languages.

Families can also access meal distribution sites, school laptop distribution, special education resources and community resources.

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