Virtual Learning Update: September 8
Elementary and Secondary
Families can expect to receive an email from their child’s virtual learning teacher before the end of the day on September 8, which will include a link to join class on the first day.
Your child’s virtual learning class may be assigned to their home school or it may be assigned to another local school as part of a “virtual learning hub” and will include students from a cluster of local schools. Therefore, in some cases, families will receive information from a Principal or Teacher who is not connected to their child’s in-person home school. This means that your child’s virtual class is connected to a different home school for the 2021-22 school year. In either case, a space remains available at your child’s home school for when they return to in-person learning.
If you have any questions, please connect directly with the teacher for your child’s virtual class or the Principal at the school to which their virtual class is connected.
Virtual Learning 2021-22
The Virtual Schools (elementary and secondary) that were in place for the 2020-21 school year will not be offered for the 2021-22 school year.
Virtual Learning will be provided through home schools and will include live, online instruction involving teachers, staff and students from the home school or a group of schools. More information will be available directly from schools in September.
Elementary Virtual Learning
There will be virtual learning classes with dedicated teachers. Superintendents and Principals will work together to form virtual classes, which may include students from the local school and a cluster of other local schools. Virtual learning classes will be comprised of straight and combined grades and in some cases there is potential for triple combined grade classes (as for in-person learning as well). Virtual learning classes follow the daily schedule of the school to which the virtual learning teacher is assigned (e.g. start and end times).
Secondary Virtual Learning
There will be virtual learning classes with dedicated teachers. Superintendents and Principals will work together to form virtual classes. Classes follow the day schedule of the school to which the virtual learning teacher is assigned (e.g., start and end times).