CCPS Virtual Learning Guide for Parents
Campbell County Public Schools will continue to offer families the opportunity to apply the virtual school option for the 2023-2024 school year. CCPS will continue to partner with Virtual Virginia to provide this opportunity.
Applications for the 2023/2024 will be accepted through March 31, 2023.
What is Virtual Virginia?
Virtual learning programs must reflect the same characteristics of any effective program. Effective virtual school programs require highly-qualified teachers, rigorous standards-based curricula, meaningful assessments, engaging instruction, continuous support, and effective administration.
What do I need to know to be prepared for my child to participate in the Virtual Virginia Program?
504/IEP Virtual Virginia does not assume the local school responsibility to provide Section 504, IEP, or other documented services for students enrolled in VVA courses. To support student success in VVA courses, local school counselors and mentors are required to facilitate the implementation of all student services. This Virtual Virginia document will be updated as needed and may change without notice. The most current version of this document is always available at virtualvirginia.org. When a student is enrolled in a VVA course, the enrolling school will indicate if a 504/IEP is in place and share the appropriate accommodations. Prior to the course beginning, the VVA instructor will conference with the school personnel and will partner with the school throughout the term to ensure that student needs for support and enrichment are met. The VVA model combines synchronous and asynchronous instruction, which allows for personalization of learning and differentiation. Daily synchronous instruction is provided for groups, and students have access to 1:1 and small-group instructional opportunities. Typical accommodations provided by VVA include extra time, multiple attempts on assignments, chunking of content, reduced assignments, a screen reader for read-alouds on content and assessments, and closed captioning. Proximal accommodations and supports provided by special education teachers are the responsibility of the enrolling school. VVA can permit school personnel (e.g., case managers) certain permissions on the VVA platform to further support students. The goal is to support students and ensure the enrolling school is informed and involved throughout the time a student is enrolled in a VVA course. Also, students enrolled in VVA courses may return to the enrolling school at any point in the future, and this transition is more fluid if the enrolling school has been a partner throughout their online learning experience. In the event of any complaint, the local school will assume the recipient responsibilities
Current Virtual Families complete the application and submit to the principal by March 31, 2023.
Applications for Virtual Virginia need to be completed and submitted to the principal of your child's home school, by April 7 2023.
Orientation for all CCPS students TBD students will pick up their device, materials and supplies.
"To provide a world-class education that enables every student to choose and pursue any post K12 endeavor."
For answers to questions not on this website, please view the Virtual Virginia Website
Amy Abell (Online Learning Coordinator)email
Clay Stanley(Assistant Superintendent/Instruction)email
P.O. Box 99 Rustburg, VA 24588 · Phone: 434-332-3458 · Fax: 434-332-6562
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