The School-Home Partnership Program (SHoPP) is an alternative learning experience program for K-8 students and their families. Families work with a certificated teacher to develop a learning plan for the school year, and students complete the majority of their learning activities at home through instruction by their parents or guardians. The teacher monitors student progress and guides parents in carrying out the learning plan. This year, SHoPP will provide weekly classes for students in grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8, for enrichment in math, ELA, science and art. Contact Teresa Borseth or Katie Osborne at 360-965-0032 for more information.