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VLACS Communications to Elementary Students

Elementary students and their families can expect the following types of communications from VLACS: * [Welcome Call][1] * Follow-up Appointment * [Grace Period][2] * Weekly Contact * Weekly Activities * [Flexible Pacing][3] * Prompt feedback on assignments * [Academic and technical helpdesk support][4…

Screen Time for Elementary School Students

Elementary school students will spend no more than three hours a day for four courses. For younger elementary school students, such as those in Kindergarten and 1st grade, they shouldn't spend more than one hour per day. Many of the activities are printed and there is a lot of time for activities like playing, singing…

How to Get Printed Workbooks for Elementary Students

Parents/guardians of VLACS elementary school students can order printed versions of the workbooks by clicking on the link in the follow-up email that they receive from their instructors after the welcome call. To request an additional copy of the follow-up email, please email the instructor directly. VLACS contracts …

DBA's for K-3 Elementay School Students

* DBAs prompts for K-3 students are not visible. VLACS does not want to cause stress for students and parents. * Students do not have formal DBAs with their instructors as they do in 4th-12th grades but instructors will use some of the DBA slides provided to check for understanding of core concepts during their we…

Kindergarten Minimum Age Requirement

As a public charter school, VLACS requires that students are 5 years of age by September 30th (before Oct. 1). We may make exceptions for children who are "close" but not under 4.5. For more information, please contact [[email protected]][1] and review the [VLACS Elementary School Program][2] page. [1]: m…

How to Become a Full-Time Elementary Education Student

There are several steps to becoming a full-time elementary student at VLACS: * [Create VLACS Student & Guardian Accounts][1] * Enroll in Courses * Complete the [Full-Time Application][2] * Ensure previous transcripts have been received by VLACS * Attend Student & Guardian Information Session * Meet with A…

The Major Differences Between Full-Time and Part-Time Enrollment

A full-time VLACS student has gone through the VLACS admissions process. They are not enrolled in another school. For full-time VLACS students, VLACS is their school of record. Full-time VLACS students have dedicated advisors and must take required courses. VLACS also requires full-time students to participate in grou…

VLACS Full-Time Elementary Program

VLACS offers a full-time elementary education program for students in grades K-5. The full-time program includes competency-based education in Math, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, Physical Education, Art, and Technology. For more information about the full-time elementary program please refer to the …

VLACS Costs and Tuition

VLACS courses are free for students who are New Hampshire residents. Please see our [Tuition][1] page for the latest information for elementary, middle, and high school students, adult education students, early college students, and out-of-state national and international residents. [1]: https://vlacs.org/academic…

How Parents Can Support Elementary Students

Elementary students require support from a parent or guardian to help plan weekly and daily schedules, navigate courses, and serve as an available resource while students are working. For more information, please see the [VLACS Elementary Parent Survival Guide][1], the [Elementary School Program][2] page and/or contac…

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