CCPS Update: Virtual Academy for the 2021-22 school year

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Registration form

Please complete the required information to register for your student(s) for the CCPS Virtual Academy for the 2021-22 school year.

It is also important that the physical address on file with your school is your current residence. If your current residence needs to be updated with your child’s school, please do that before registering for the Virtual Academy. If you are not currently enrolled in a Chesterfield County school, you will need to do so prior to completing this form. Enrollment often requires an appointment and will need to be completed prior to June 1.

Once your registration is submitted, you should expect to receive an enrollment packet by mail.

Please complete and submit this registration no later than June 1, 2021.

PLEASE NOTE: Completion of this registration form does not guarantee admission to the Virtual Academy. Families must still complete the information packet they will be mailed to be eligible.

Team Chesterfield families,

As we shared recently, Chesterfield County Public Schools is finalizing plans for the 2021-22 school year.

My leadership team and I continue to stress the importance of daily in-person attendance. We believe face-to-face instruction is best for students, given that students miss much more than academics when not in school. We have created safe learning environments during this international pandemic, as evidenced by the extremely low incidents of in-school transmission. Our schools are safe places for our students and staff.

The School Board received a presentation on our 2021-22 school year plans during its April 13 work session. The presentation is available here.

As noted in the presentation, we are offering students in K-8 an opportunity to attend a new Virtual Academy if they still do not feel comfortable returning to school. Students will learn synchronously online from home or another place of their choosing. They will work with a licensed CCPS teacher who may not be a teacher from their home school and likely will be in a virtual classroom with students from other schools. The school day will follow the traditional school day schedule with core courses and resource classes, as well as tiered student supports. Specialized programs (such as CBG) may not be available.

Families will decide whether to enroll in the Virtual Academy for just the first semester or the entire school year.

If your K-8 student is interested in registering for the Virtual Academy for the 2021-22 school year, please use this registration form.

CCPSOnline is another option for secondary students. Additional information about that program can be found here. Registration for CCPSOnline ends July 9.

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