Sultan Parent Partnership Program (SP3)

The Sultan Parent Partnership Program has been put on hold for the 2022-23 school year.  Please visit Sultan School District's other programs for your student's educational needs.  We hope to be back for the 23-24 school year.


SSD Staff


Welcome to Sultan Parent Partnership Program


The Sultan Parent Partnership Program is a community of families that are an integral part of their child’s education, working cooperatively to nurture love of learning and build character.

What students learn?

  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies

Parents and students work with a certified educator to develop an individualized plan that addresses student strengths, learning style, and areas for improvement.

We will meet weekly in class by grade bands to provide hands on interactive opportunities to learn together.  Class time will focus on science labs, projects, and group learning activities.  Parents are encouraged to attend on campus with their child and arrangements are made for parents to engage in teaching small group lessons provided by the teacher. (Remote learning is possible by prior arrangement with administrator and the teacher)

State standards are addressed and topics are integrated into meaningful themes.  Work is hands on and project based. Curriculum is provided, as well as a schedule to follow for each subject. This will take the guesswork out of weekly planning for parents. We truly desire this to be a community that will support each other and grow together.



Q: Who determines what the student learns and how they will learn it?

A: The Teacher, parents/guardian, and student work together to create a Written Student Learning Plan prior to the student being enrolled in SP3.  The teacher helps the students and parents/guardians identify appropriate grade level learning standards, and gives families options for reaching these goals.

Q: How often will students and families be required to connect with the certified teacher?

A: Plan to attend weekly class sessions.  Weekly two way communications with the teacher is required. Work is submitted and progress is updated on a monthly basis.

Q: What commitment is required of the parent/guardian and student?

A: Weekly learning will happen in person, however families are expected to continue facilitating learning daily at home on non school days. The commitment is significant and families need to desire being an active participant in the education process.

Q: What happens if my child and I are struggling to meet the education goals that are set in the WSLP?

A: Several options are available to you:

Our teacher will have office hours and be available by appointment to conference with the student/family to help offer support where needed.

An Intervention Plan can be created to introduce new supports or change some of the set goals to modify the education plan for the student.

Sometimes some learning materials are not correct for every student, and by contacting the teacher is can be possible to change the learning materials to try to teach the same lessons by a different method.


If you have additional questions, please reach out to:

SP3 Administrator: Jason VanZant       

[email protected]

Phone: (360)793-9861 ext. 1614


 SP3 Handbook