WAVA Learning Coach University

We are here for you!

You know that your kids have something special inside them. We know it too. Washington Virtual Academies (WAVA) and K¹² ignite the minds of children like yours to bring learning and innate possibility alive. Together, we are helping Washington students in grades K-12 reach their true, personal potential.

How to complete your Learning Coach University courses

We believe that every student can succeed here at WAVA. Behind every successful student is an amazing Learning Coach. Thank you for becoming your childs' Learning Coach, teacher, biggest supporter, super hero, cheerleader. You have decided to walk beside your child as they learn and grow, become independent and successful students through online school. How does that make you feel? Excited? Intrigued? Hopeful? We are so happy that you have chosen Washington Virtual Academy as your online school and we are here for you.

Starting something new can be difficult, maybe even a little scary, especially if it is something as important as online school. We want to give you the tools to start your year off strong. Your teacher(s) and Family Support Liaison are here to help you so please do not hesitate to reach out. You can find email addresses in the Student Account under Contact My Teacher.

Below you will find helpful information and videos you can watch. You can find all of these videos and more on our WAVA Family Resource website, www.wavabulletinboard.com.

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Videos for all Grade Levels

Class Connect Basics
finding the student ID in the LC account
Time Management and Schedules

Elementary School Videos

Elementary School Time Zone
Elementary School Online School Navigation

Middle and High School Videos

Middle and High School Time Zone
Middle and High School Online School Navigation
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