Enrollment 2022-2023 School Year

  • If you would like to be considered for enrollment with Florence Virtual Academy, for next school year, you must follow FUSD Open Enrollment procedures.

    Please understand that your student, if enrolled, will be required to complete makeup work as the FVA Curriculum is not the same as at the traditional schools.

    Students who have applied MUST attend their home school until approved and notified of acceptance by FVA.
    To fill out the Open Enrollment Form, please CLICK HERE

Attendance Requirements

  • Students need to be in attendance daily with their teacher, completing all necessary assignments and meeting the minimum attendance requirements (see below). Attendance is taken between 8:00-8:15 a.m. If you are not in attendance, your Learning Coach will receive an automated phone call, you can still log in for the day to earn your attendance requirements.  If you have late, or missing, assignments, or a failing grade, it is a requirement to work beyond the daily hours of school to catch up (homework!). 

    Remember that...
    Kindergarten students require a minimum of two hours, or 120 minutes, of active learning.
    1st-3rd grade students require a minimum of four hours, or 240 minutes, of active learning.
    4th-12th grade students require a minimum of five hours, or 300 minutes, of active learning.

FVA Information

    • Available for all K-12th grade students.
    • Students will be enrolled at Florence Virtual Academy.

    • Students will attend online, completing classes aligned to our state standards through a quality online curriculum.

    • Students will be assigned to a highly qualified FUSD virtual learning instructor. 

    • Students will still be eligible for participation in athletics and activities at home school.

    • Students will be provided a district issued Chromebook if needed.

    • Social-emotional support is provided through online resources.

    • Students must have internet access (for an offer from Cox Communications click here)

K-12 Plan

  • Core Curriculum
    Pearson Connexus

    Odysseware

    District created curriculum

    Technology
    District provided Chromebook

    ESS
    Virtual instruction and services by a highly qualified special education provider

    504
    Students will be provided 504 accommodations

    ELL
    Specific supports for students who choose the online option with a certified ELL teacher or can attend ELL classes in person for targeted instruction

  • Commitments
    Complete orientation with parent or guardian

    Maintain current contact information with school (email and phone numbers)

    Complete all necessary paperwork, as needed

    Complete supplemental work provided by FVA teachers

    Be registered in at least four classes in Edgenuity

    Earn required time per school day (forward progress) as measured by Edgenuity

    Monday – Friday (no weekend access)

    Suggested time frame- students should work between the hours of 7:30-4:30 to ensure staff is available for assistance

    Kindergarten- at least two hours per day (minimum 120 minutes per day)

    1st-3rd Grade- at least four hour per day (minimum 240 minutes per day)

    4th- 6th Grade- at least 5 hours per day (minimum 300 minutes per day)

    7th/8th Grade- at least 5 hours per day (minimum 300 minutes per day)

    Divide time amongst all classes (as evenly as possible)

    Respond to all staff communication within 24 hours

    Students must use FUSD provided student email account

    Come onsite for all prescriptive and cumulative assessments, by appointment

    Attend “mandatory” onsite days once a month (tentative) 


    9th-12th Grade- at least 5 hours per day (minimum 300 minutes per day)

    Divide time amongst all classes (as evenly as possible)

    Respond to all staff communication within 24 hours

    Students must use FUSD provided student email account

    Come onsite for all prescriptive and cumulative assessments, by appointment

    Attend “mandatory” onsite days once a month (tentative)