The Enrichment Cooperative (TEC) is Spokane Public Schools’ Parent Partnership Program. Established in 2002, it provides both core and enrichment curriculum for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Additionally, students ninth through twelfth grades can access a range of classes for credit toward a high school diploma, including SVL, Running Start, Skills Center, and classes at their neighborhood high school. The Enrichment Cooperative offers over 200 courses on the Bryant Campus to support and enrich student learning. Courses range from core academic areas of reading, writing, math, science and social studies to the elective courses of P.E., music, self-defense, robotics, Spanish, technology, drama, and art.
The TEC program aligns with Washington State Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) requirements. Each TEC family works closely with a certificated teacher who develops a written student learning plan (WSLP) for each student.