Northshore Virtual Program
The Northshore Virtual Program is a K-12 program for families who choose to stay 100% remote for the 2021-22 school year.
If you are interested in formally registering your student for the Northshore Virtual Program for fall 2021, please scroll to the bottom of this page to view the formal enrollment registration form. No action is needed if you wish for your student to participate in in-person learning for fall 2021.
We recognize that there are students who do not yet feel comfortable coming back to in person learning due to health and safety concerns. Beginning September 2021, Northshore Virtual Program will support student learning in a 100% online format for any interested student in grades K-12. The program will provide an online learning format for students that is coordinated and taught by Northshore School District teachers. Students enrolled in the program will experience:
Daily logins for synchronous (live) instruction with Northshore educators
Predictable daily schedules for every elementary grade level or secondary class
Opportunities for students to collaborate with peers virtually in grade level or secondary classes
Opportunities for 1:1 or small group support from teachers
Special services, such as, but not limited to, 504 plans, Special Education and English Learner (EL) instruction
Alignment with and use of Northshore School District curriculum materials
Use of other online materials and platforms to support learning as needed
- What is the Northshore Virtual Program?
- What is the difference between the Virtual Learning Program starting in Fall 2021 and the distance/remote learning that occurred in late winter of 2020 through spring of 2021?
- Can students receiving Special Education services and English Language Learner students enroll in the Northshore Virtual Program?
- Are there any costs involved?
- Can students transfer back to their neighborhood schools at any time (for example, once they get their vaccine)?
- Will there be opportunities for students to work with peers?
- Will there be an International Baccalaureate program?
- Will secondary students attend classes virtually at their own neighborhood high school or will they be in separate classes with only virtual students?
- If my child is in the Early Advanced Placement (EAP) program, can they still be in an EAP classroom online?
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