The school mobile app for android phones is fixed. If you have not downloaded the app or if you had an issue with the app saying, "No Internet Connection" it has been fixed!
Click on or type in a web browser: http://launch.customschoolapp.net/spokaner7/ and give the mobile app another try, I think you will really like it.
The Spokane School District has partnered with SchoolMessenger to have a mobile app created!
Click on the link with your cell phone and download the app for your phone and follow the step-by-step directions.
After installing the app, be sure to NOT skip over the setup process which will allow you to choose all or one of the schools to follow.
Parents, we are starting a program next year called Flight. The Flight program is about technology, chromebooks, ipads, instruction, and how they will all work with our students and teachers. Part of this process is understanding how students and parents feel about devices going home. The district is seeking parents input about their child taking the device home and other technology concerns. Please take this short survey to help us make better decisions for your child's future with technology.https://goo.gl/forms/5NdaKUrE2oAEj1YB2 The distict will be using a variety of ways to inform parents about the survey. Please only take the survey once. Thank you from the Spokane School District.
Location: Sparta Health Clinic
If you are closer to Springfield we have another opportunity for you.
Location: Wellness Concepts Clinic, LLC
Kindergarten is requiring: DTaP, Polio, MMR, Varicella
Location: Sparta Health Clinic
Call (417) 634-3000 for any questions.
Spokane School District joins GO CAPS career exploration program
Springfield, Mo. – The Spokane R-VII School District has joined the Greater Ozarks Centers for Advanced Professional Studies (GO CAPS), a career exploration program for high school juniors and seniors.
Spokane joins 12 area school districts in the program which will start its second year in August.
GO CAPS combines hands-on career experiences and classroom learning by partnering students and employers on real-life projects. At its core, GO CAPS is designed to expose students to the wide variety of career and post-secondary educational pathways that exist within the Springfield region.
Students choose from four strands: Entrepreneurship and Business, Engineering and Manufacturing, Medicine and Health Care and Technical Solutions.
Students meet for 2.5 hour blocks each school day at business locations in Springfield, working on real projects and interacting with mentors and instructors from business partners around the region. Students receive both high school and optional dual college credit.
The Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce manages the GO CAPS program. The effort is a collaboration between area public school districts and job creators from leading sectors of the region’s economy.
Despite strong technical and professional training programs, an increasing number of business leaders report they face a significant disconnect between the skills and talent available and their rapidly changing workforce needs. GO CAPS is positioned to prepare students earlier and connect them with existing opportunities in the Springfield region.
Students interested in enrolling for the 2016-17 school year should contact high school counselor DeAnnShort, 417-443-3502 or email@example.com. For more information, contact Dr. Jared Terry, director of curriculum, instruction and assessment, Spokane R-VII School District, 417-443-3502 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spokane R-VII School District received the Center for Education Safety Grant (CES), from the Missouri School Boards' Association (MSBA). Mrs. Jennifer Wheeler
Lofton wrote and was awarded the grant for the Spokane School District. The school district will receive $5,000 to improve safety features for the district
. We will be upgrading our communications system with two-way radios in each school and on buses. (Link to award letter)
Welcome to the Spokane R-VII School District and our website.
Our goal is that the utilization of our website will ensure access to information and transparency.
The mission of the Spokane R-VII School District is to implement a balanced curriculum in a positive and safe learning environment, in order to provide students with skills and opportunities necessary to pursue a college or career path, and experience success.
Viewed as a small school but competing on a much larger scale, doesn’t keep us from achieving at a high level of success. Spokane Middle School has been recognized as a Gold Star School and Spokane High School has been awarded as a National Blue Ribbon School.
Our teachers work hard to prepare our quality programs as well as working to address the new standards and state requirements. We are always working to continuously improve.
We encourage parents/guardians to be involved in their child’s education and we extend an invitation to the entire community to join us at school activities and events as much as possible.
Thank you for your support!
Superintendent of Schools
Spokane School District has posted it's Public Notice for the 2015-16 school year under the Community tab. If you have any questions please contact the Special Education Director, Tammy Gunter
Spokane will start using a program called InfoSnap to allow parents to register students online. Keep watching for updates on when this new program will be available.