If you are interested in having your student in the Virtual Learning Program, we are currently taking names and adding Secondary (Grades 7-12) students to a waitlist.
We are no longer taking names for Elementary (Grades 1-6).
What if my child has an IEP?
For students with an IEP, any request for Virtual Learning will be addressed through an IEP meeting.
Once a request has been received, an IEP meeting will be held within 30 days. IEP teams, including the parent/guardian, will make determinations regarding placement in the Virtual Learning program on an individual basis. When a student is placed in the Virtual Learning program, it is a change of placement. After reviewing relevant data, including the student's participation and progress made during the 22/23 school year, the IEP team will determine if the student's current IEP and all services (speech, OT, etc.), including access to general education, can be implemented in the Virtual Learning program. For students with documented medical conditions, the IEP team should consider Home Hospital instruction instead of the Virtual Learning program.