About Parent Partnership

Our Parent Partnership Program creates a powerful union between home and school. We work with students in kindergarten through 8th grade. With guidance from a teacher/consultant, parents are able to offer individualized instruction to their children. Students can also participate in optional weekly Enrichment classes. Most families take advantage of this opportunity.

How the Program Works

At the beginning of the year, you and a state-certified teacher (your consultant) work together to create a Written Student Learning Plan (WSLP). The plan includes the subjects you will teach at home and your child’s monthly goals.  By joining the Parent Partnership Program, you can check out textbooks and other materials. These are the same materials used in our other CK schools. Parents are responsible for their child’s daily lessons and skill development. This means that parents are the primary teacher. Students complete end of chapter tests as well as other required standardized tests.

Full-time students are required to spend at least 27.75 hours a week in learning activities in grades 1-8 and 10 hours in kindergarten. High school credits earned are applied to an official district transcript. Students in grades 3-8 are required to participate in state testing.

You and your child will meet with a consultant each month. Together, you will review your child’s progress based on the WSLP.  Students are required to make weekly contact with their consultant to report progress, take tests or for other learning activities. The consultant will offer suggestions and support to help you provide the best possible education for your child.

Friday Enrichment Classes

Due to the spread of COVID-10 in our community:  Our school building is currently closed to the public.  As soon as enrichment classes can resume we will update the information on this page.  

More Information


If you are interested in enrolling, please:

  • Fill out an inquiry form

  • Fill out other district required forms to Register.  

  • If you have questions, please call Kathe Taasaas at 360-662-2573.