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an online program of Spokane Public Schools that offers classes for middle and high school students
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Welcome to our new website NEW FITNESS OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS ATHLETES!

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.

Jim Sharkey

Jim Sharkey Jim Sharkey is a graduate of Washington State University with a BS in Physical Education and a Minor in History. He also holds a Masters in Education from City University in Special Education. Originally from Kent Washington, Jim has taught for over 20 years in five different districts around the state. He has taught Fitness and History at Ferris High School since 2006 and joined the SVL staff in 2010.
Jim has been a head football coach for 16 years including the last six at Ferris, and also has been the saxons head baseball coach for the past four years. In 2010 the saxons won the state AAAA football title.
Jim lives in Spokane with his wife Kelly and his daughter Hayley and son Drew.






























Spokane Virtual Learning         2900 East 1st Avenue, Spokane, WA 99202       phone-509-354-7545      fax-509-354-7582
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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.)