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Virtual Learning FAQs

  • No, students will need to be enrolled full time just as they would if they were enrolled in a traditional school.

  • Yes, transportation is still provided to and from CAC and CAVIT. Students will need to arrive at their home school to ride the bus to and from.

  • Each student will be assigned a teacher that they will be able to communicate via phone, email, or video chat during assigned office hours.  Students can also schedule an in-person meeting or tutoring session.

  • Monday-Friday (5 days a week)

    • 6th Grade- at least 5 hours per day (minimum 300 minutes per day)
    • 7th/8th Grade- at least 6 hours per day (minimum 360 minutes per day)
    • 9th-12th Grade- at least 5 hours per day (minimum 300 minutes per day)
  • The main method of communication will be through parent email and district issued student email.

  • FVA staff receives a detailed report from Pearson.  The ontask minutes are extracted from that report and documented with the Arizona Department of Education (ADE).

  • FVA suggests that students complete the bulk of their work during normal school hours (7:30-3:30) to ensure that staff members are available to troubleshoot issues and answer questions.  However, Pearson will be available 24 hours a day Monday-Friday.

  • Attendance is vital in ensuring that students do not fall behind on daily work and assignments.  If a student fails to maintain the minimum requirement of academic hours per school day by grade level we will conference with parent and student to set up a plan and determine eligibility in the FVA program.

  • Your student will need to be enrolled in a minimum of 4 classes at all times (depending on grade level)