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Virtual School update 2021

Grades K-2 Virtual School for Medically Fragile Students

K-2 students with a documented medical or health condition may apply for the virtual school beginning Monday, October 4, 2021. For placement at the beginning of the second quarter, Monday, November 1, 2021, families should apply by 10 pm Sunday, October 10, 2021.

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Virtual Instructional Plan K-2_French.pdf

Virtual Instructional Plan K-2 Nepali.pdf

Virtual Instructional Plan K-2_Spanish.pdf

Virtual Instructional Plan K-2 2_Vietnamese.pdf

Applications must be submitted online via the transfer portal on the Student Assignment webpage. A completed medical packet signed by the student’s physician is required.

Applications received after October 10, will be reviewed on a rolling basis and students will be admitted periodically throughout the quarter. 

On the virtual school waitlist? Read this Virtual School Update!

Learn more about the K-2 Virtual School Option and read our latest media release.

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