Welcome to the MUSD EducatEveryWhere Virtual Pathways Program, serving first through twelfth grade students. As your partners in education, please know that you will have teachers and staff to help guide you as the home coach and your student. You will find much of the information you need on this page. Again, welcome to the exciting year together that we have ahead of us!
Virtual Pathway Program Support Contacts
ELEMENTARY: Enrollment for 2022-2023 School Year for 1st-6th grades
SECONDARY: Enrollment for 2022-2023 School Year for 7th-12th grades
Current Information for 2022-23 VPP Program
Your student does not need to wear a uniform for the virtual pathways program
Class Google Meet Links
We will use Google Meet for asynchronous class time, parent meetings, etc.
Links will be provided by the teacher prior to the first class meeting.
Elementary students will have until 9:00 pm to turn in their daily assignments. If an assignment is past this time, you will need to email the teacher. It will be important to stick to the instructional schedule.
Secondary students have a more flexible asynchronous time but will need to keep engaged and on track with assignments.
Your students attendance is based on any synchronous time spent (elementary) and based on student productivity; thus, completion of assignments is very important.
Synchronous times and daily check-ins
TK-6th grades will have daily synchronous time from 8:30-10:30 am
7-8th will have weekly synchronous (individual appointment times with the teacher) AND daily check-ins in the afternoon (see representative schedule below).
9-12th will have a weekly meeting (individual appointment time with the teacher).
All TK-5th graders will receive workbooks a few weeks after class begins. For the pdf supplement until then, please see the link here.
For all 6th - 12th graders, there are no books needed. Instructional materials are built into the learning platform.
Please start your year with your current Chromebook loaner. We will do an exchange a few weeks after we begin the new year. Should you need to check out a device to begin, please fill out the form here.
School Meal Program
Survey - Please fill out if you have a need for a school meal. The results of the survey will help us decide where to distribute meals.
Application for free and reduced meals here.
How to Enroll
For Elementary - we are no longer enrolling students in VPP for the 2022-23 school year.
For Secondary, please contact your school Counselor to request a referral. And to support consistency in academic programming for students there will be "no movement" the last three weeks of the grading periods. Please note there is currently a waitlist for enrollment at the secondary level.
If your student has an IEP or 504, a site level meeting must be held to determine whether a change of placement is recommended by the team.
Return to In Person Learning
All requests to return to In Person Learning need to be submitted by Friday, April 8th due to the beginning of State testing at all school sites (including VPP). All students will be returned to In Person Learning for the 2022-23 school year if an Open Enrollment request form was not submitted in March 2022. Every attempt will be made to return students to their assigned residence school. If the listed address is not correct, please contact your current assigned school immediately to complete an address update as soon as possible as any late year changes may not be able to be placed at your new school.