Full-Time Elementary Option
VTVLC is part of the Vermont public education system and is supporting school districts across the state with the same learning systems we have used in our online courses for the last eleven years with over 10,000 students. Learning online requires a variety of supports that VTVLC has in place for student success.
This Full-Time Enrollment option will need to be approved by the student’s local school.
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Elementary Students will be taught their Core Subjects (Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts) from a certified Vermont Educator who also holds the Online Teaching Specialist Endorsement (OTS).
Students will have daily Core Subject meetings, small group, and personalized 1:1 instruction. VTVLC coursework is licensed and specifically designed for students to learn online. Schools continue to provide devices, meals, counseling.
In addition to the daily meetings, each teacher will have “online office hours” so students can reach out and receive additional help when needed. These sessions will be “synchronous”, meaning they will be meeting either via Zoom or Google Meets. In addition, much of the work which is being done online can be done “asynchronously”, meaning at time that is convenient for both the student and family if support is needed from home. Assignments will be based on weekly work, and not daily, ensuring that a more flexible learning environment can be adapted to each student.
- No Snow Days
- Flexible Holidays / Vacations
- Weekly Work Schedules
- No Inservice Days
- No Local coordinator required
- No Local teacher required
- VTVLC supplies a Special Ed Consultant to work with your local Special Education Team
- Teaching Partner Districts – $1200 per student per semester
- Non-Teaching Partner Districts – $2500 per student per semester
- Homestudy Rate – $3000 per student per semester (sibling discounts available)
Start Date: September 7, 2021
End Date: June 3, 2022
Amount of Time:
3-5 hours per core course
1hour per specials course
Number of Assignments:
2-4 per core course
1 per specials course
Attending class time, collaborating with classmates, reading, playing games, listening to audio clips, watching videos
Handwritten worksheets, coloring/matching worksheets, projects, performing experiments