Our schools utilize services from a wide range of vendor partners.
We prioritize working with vendors who are the Global Majority (sometimes called minority) owned business enterprises, and business enterprises of individuals and groups who have been identified as disadvantaged, including women-owned and disabled-person-owned businesses. We also prioritize vendors that have worked with charter public schools in Washington or nationally. We also seek business partners who are able to provide examples of decolonized and/or anti-racist materials, operations, or practices.
Are you interested in providing services or supplies to Washington’s charter public schools?
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WA Charters charges an annual fee of $50 for approved vendors to be added to our vendor directory. This fee is waived for vendors identifying as the Global Majority (aka “people of color,” or “BIPOC”). If this amount is otherwise a hardship for you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a waiver.
Fit Kids online personal training program helps your children learn how to exercise properly and build a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives.
Atlas Book Club
Atlas Book Club is a monthly book subscription box focused on globally diverse children’s books. Our mission is threefold – (1) to help children of all backgrounds see themselves in the books that they read; (2) to help children travel to different parts of the world and experience world cultures; and (3) to help shatter … Read More
Ambition Is Priceless Consulting, Llc
We provide culture and climate assessments that utilize youth voice and interconnected framework models for Multi-tiered systems of leadership.
Build 2 Lead
Build 2 Lead offers leadership and advocacy courses/workshops for Middle and High School aged students.
Big World Boxes
We curate boxes of super sensory, hands-on and educational activities for early childhood age children. Component kits are ready to go out of the box, all the materials are included, as well as image based guides for the child. Take a look at the box options on our website.
We offer a systematic approach to preparing and standardizing lesson plans by improving administrative processes through automation and greater transparency into effectiveness through data. Systemic inequity in instructional programs prevents students from receiving a comparable education, within a district, school and often the same grade. This inequity is most clearly evident in the quality of … Read More
Unapparencies & Intra-Racial Insight Sensitivity Education, LLC (U&I-RISE)
U&I-RISE is an education and training company that solves Black American problems at school, work and in the community. One of our goals is to close the Achievement Gap (the academic disparity between Black students and other groups) in the US. Toward that end, we offer 2 programs: Healthy School-Home Connection (HSHC) – a 3-hour … Read More
Creative Empire LLC dba Mango Languages
The only adaptive language-learning system powered by proven conversation-focused methodologies, offering over 70 languages and 20 ESL/ELL courses.
eLuma is a provider of online therapy services (also known as teletherapy and telepractice) for speech, OT, PT, mental health and school psychology.
EdLight helps schools focus on student work. During remote/hybrid learning, this means giving feedback on authentic work that shows student thinking, while maintaining a safe distance. Whether it is early elementary students working on letter formation or calculus students working out proofs, all students have work that does not fit neatly inside a computer. EdLight … Read More