You are being redirected to our sign in page at Microsoft. Please use your CVA account in the following format as your email address:
Your Portal & Resource Center
King Louis XVI was guillotined for treason.
The first Kiwanis Club was founded in Detroit.
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin died in Moscow.
Former State department official Alger Hiss found guilty of perjury.
USS Nautilus, the first nuclear-powered submarine was launched.
Teaching Your Kids to Spot Fake News
Did Harambe really get over 15,000 votes for president?
Is the Denver Guardian actually a newspaper?
Is Minecraft releasing explicit content...
Homeschooling: The Big Question
Homeschooling: The Big Question Choosing to homeschool was not something I initially chose. Sometimes, I think it chose me. At the age of 2, my son...
10 Things I've Learned in 10 Years of Homeschooling - GeekDad
GeekMom Jenny has been homeschooling her kids for over ten years. Read about some of the lessons she's learned along the way.
Surviving Survival Mode - Life As Mom
Surviving survival mode is a worthy goal. And some seasons of life are just that: surviving.
Homeschool lessons learned at public school - Simple Homeschool
Ever wonder how your homeschool day would compare to public school? Shawna had the chance to find out, & shares what she discovered.
Homeschooled Students Bring Own Set of Skills to University Campuses
Key questions always loom large for parents of homeschooled, college-bound students, such as: “What happens when my child actually gets to the...
Online Learning Advantages: A Happy Accident For Students With Dyslexia...
Want to know how online learning is a happy accident for Students With Dyslexia? Check all the ways online learning can help Students With Dyslexia.
What's in Dry-Erase Markers? | Ingredients With George Zaidan (Episode...
Dry-erase markers have no ingredient list! What are we to do? (And how is dry-erase ink erasable?)
➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe
Why Art Is the Key to Closing the STEM Gender Gap
Research shows that more boys than girls are likely to pursue careers in math and science fields.
How Has Online Learning Changed Education? - Edudemic
Do you know when the first online class was ever conducted? Do you know who conducted that class? The answer may or may not surprise you. The...
A Budding Artist!
Trinity Harrison is a seventh grade CVA student in who loves to draw and decided to freehand this beautiful winter picture from a coloring book for...
A Talented Artist
Bazen Hevia is a 6th grade CVA student and talented artist. Bazen’s mother, Riva said, "Ever since Bazen was about 1-1/2 years old, she has been...
Student Learning – The Krause Family
What is education and what are the metrics of a quality education? These topics have been hotly debated in politics and academia, amongst business...
Nurturing creativity and enthusiasm for learning
Ethan Rohrbach is a CVA student in Janet Mosby's 8th grade class who is submitting exceptional work samples. Ethan is using Moving Beyond the Page...
Sign of the Beaver - Final Project
A family using Moving Beyond the Page recently completed the Sign of the Beaver unit for Age 8-10. For the final project, students write a script,...
We value parents as the first and most important educators of their children and we support them through active partnerships that are focused on...
With CVA's nearly continuous enrollment cycle, student pacing is largely determined by individual course start and end dates. CVA offers the...
What is academic integrity? Academic integrity means that all work you submit is created by you and is an original representation of your work. It...
CVA Definitions & Acronyms
Academic Advisor (AA): The Academic Advisor is a Washington State certified teacher who assists new students and families with the selection of...
Staff Member Spotlight - Tammy Thomas
Tammy Thomas is a new Special Education Teacher at CVA Kettle Falls. She has lived in the Pacific Northwest all her life graduating from Inchelium...