Fraser Public Schools will continue to offer a virtual option for the 2022-23 school year for families who are interested. As we did in the 2021-22 school year, we will partner with a third party to deliver the instruction.
It is important to understand that the bulk of your child's instruction will be online and course content will be provided by Lincoln Learning and Edgenuity. Students must be willing and capable to work independently at home in order to progress through the curriculum. For younger students, a learning coach will be a critical piece in your child's success. The learning coach, at home, needs to support your child with daily instruction, content delivery, and technology.
For more information on our virtual program, please visit our Virtual Page. We also have elementary and secondary handbooks available for families.
The early enrollment period ends on May 30th. After that date, applications will be considered on a case by case basis.
Please note that this is a semester-long commitment to virtual learning. At the start of the second semester, families will be given the opportunity to switch to face-to-face instruction if desired. Students who do not make adequate progress and pass their virtual courses will be reviewed by administration and could be required to return in person at the start of the second semester.
Lastly, despite being a virtual student, all students will be required to attend in person for state testing (MSTEP, PSAT, SAT). While our benchmarking assessments can be done virtually if needed, these state tests are still required to be administered in the school building.