Spokane Public Schools

NEWTECH Skill Center

The Skill Center partners with a student's home high school to offer advanced technical and professional training. This tuition free training is available to all area public, private, and home-schooled students age 16-20 who have yet to receive a high school diploma. The Skill Center's goals include a successful job placement or continuing education for all attending students. …

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Institute of Science and Technology (IST) – North Central High School

The Institute of Science and Technology (IST) is open for all 7th-12th graders in Spokane Public Schools. The IST is creating the next generation of scientists. Join us as we journey into the world of Molecular Bioscience. The three unique Institute courses pair with your standard science courses to provide a world-class immersion experience.   …

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Minecraft Club – SPS

Minecraft Club gives Spokane Public Schools students the opportunity to learn about storytelling, sustainable living, math, engineering, and computer science through the popular game Minecraft, used by over 100 million users around the world. Students will learn to carefully design, expertly build, skillfully program, and dynamically alter worlds. Develop your creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving skills …

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Elementary Biomedical Clubs – SPS

Biomedical clubs immerse students in the world of science and medicine. Students will learn about glucose (sugar), caffeine, and other chemicals that affect the body. Additionally, students will gain an in-depth understanding of the different types of diabetes, their causes, and how they impact the body’s cells. Number of students served per club: 20-25 Grades served: …

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4-6 Computer Science Clubs – SPS

The Intermediate Coding Club box is meant to be used in an afterschool setting to educate students about computer science, and more specifically, computer coding. You are welcome to differentiate your teaching based on your students’ needs. Be creative, have fun! Number of students served per club: 20-25 Grades served: 4th-6th What you'll need to offer …

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K-3 Computer Science Clubs – SPS

The Primary Coding Club box is meant to be used in an afterschool setting to educate students about computer science, and more specifically, computer coding. You are welcome to differentiate your teaching based on your students’ needs. Be creative, have fun! Number of students served per club: 20-25 Grades served: K-3rd What you'll need to offer …

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LEGO Robotics Club – SPS

LEGO Robotics Clubs are offered to SPS students in grades K-6. These clubs provide the foundational skills for students to learn to build and program robots for future competition and play. Leveled kits are available for schools to choose for each grade served. Number of students served per club: 25-30 Grades served: K-6th  What you'll need …

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Engineering Club at Lincoln Heights

The Engineering Club is for 5th graders attending Lincoln Heights Elementary School. They meet on Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 3-4 p.m. at Lincoln Heights. Please contact Samantha with any questions.

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