D6 Virtual Academy FAQs
Why was the District Six Virtual Academy created?
When will school begin for District Six Virtual Academy students?
Virtual Academy students will begin school on August 17th, 2020. They will utilize the same school year calendar as students who chose in-person learning.
If I sign my child up for virtual school does will I still need to complete student enrollment?
What is the deadline to register my child for the District 6 Virtual Academy?
Can virtual academy students still participate in athletic or arts opportunities?
Will breakfast and lunch be provided to virtual academy students?
What is the difference between distance learning and the virtual academy?
What will a typical virtual academy day look like for my elementary school student?
What will a typical virtual academy day look like for my middle school student?
What will a typical virtual academy day look like for my high school student?
Will attendance be taken for virtual academy students?
What if I sign up for the virtual academy and still want to take courses at RD Anderson or the Master Skills Center?
High school students that attend the virtual academy will still be allowed to take courses at R.D. Anderson if they can attend those courses in person. Students could take other courses online from home in the virtual academy, but they would need to attend R.D. Anderson courses face-to-face.
Will the virtual school recognize the same holidays on the District Six calendar as those who chose face-to-face instruction?
What if I sign up for the academy and decide I would rather my child attend school in person.
Is a laptop provided for all students in the virtual academy?