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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…

Grace Period Guidelines

The first 28 days of any VLACS course is called the “grace period.” During this time, the student has the opportunity to decide whether the course, project, or experience is what they want. A student may withdraw from the course, project, or experience anytime within the grace period without its reflection on their VL…

Tips on Figuring Out Which Courses To Take

These steps will help part-time VLACS students (for whom VLACS is _not _the official school record) navigate the course selection process. **All full-time VLACS students should consult with their VLACS counselors. **If questions remain, please contact [[email protected]][1]. 1. Consult with the student's gui…

Communications That Families Can Expect When Beginning VLACS

* Every VLACS course begins with a Welcome Call. A Welcome Call is between the VLACS instructor, the student, and the parents. No student may start a course without the Welcome Call. * About 7 days after the student starts the course, the student and the instructor meet in Zoom for a Follow Up Appointment. This ap…

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