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What are the benefits for parents and students participating in Home Link?

  • Zero cost to families.  

  • Personal access to certificated teachers. 

  • A resource library offering a wide variety of curriculum and materials.

  • Individualized Student Learning Plan guidance and support.

  • Wide variety of on-site enrichment classes.

  • Optional outdoor Experiential Education class (offered weekly).

  • An exciting and unique school experience.


Open Enrollment 

  • April-May, for the upcoming school year. 

  • Rolling Admission during school year. Plan on 2 to 4 weeks to complete onboarding process and curriculum planning.

Questions and Contacts 

We invite you to read through our program handbook to find answers to some basic questions you may have. In the handbook you will find a detailed description of our Cascade Home Link Program, as well as a checklist for enrolling.

If you would like to talk to someone about your interest in Cascade Home Link, please feel free to contact our principal, Dr. Kenny Renner-Singer, or Shanda Holm for more information. 

Cascade Home Link: An Alternative Learning Experience for students in grades K-8.

At Cascade Home Link, we value hands-on learning, creativity, personal responsibility, leadership, diligence, and connection to the community. Our purpose is to support families that choose a home-based education for their students.

Cascade Home Link is an ALE (Alternative Learning Experience), which operates under the guidelines of the State of Washington and the Cascade School District. ALE Programs are defined as public schools where some (or all) of the instruction is delivered outside the parameters of a “regular classroom” setting, and/or schedule. 

Cascade Home Link teachers work alongside parents/guardians to help them build an individualized Student Learning Plan (SLP) that covers the traditional core subjects which will be taught at home (I.e., math, language arts, science, social studies). In turn, Cascade Home Link offers a flexible schedule of both outdoor and indoor enrichment classes to students who enroll. The outdoor Experiential Education class (EE) takes full advantage of the beautiful natural environment of Leavenworth. A few examples of recent EE units of study include botany, orienteering, wilderness first aid, PE, Leadership, and Ecology.

Resources and Contacts

Dr. Kenny Renner-Singer,
Home Link Principal   

Shanda Holm, Home Link Coordinator/Certified Teacher

Daena Medina, Resource Room Coordinator/ Certificated Teacher -

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