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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…

VLACS's Approach to Customized Learning

VLACS's approach to customized learning consists of four pillars: * VLACS is a fully competency-based school. Students demonstrate mastery of one set of skills or concepts prior to moving on to the next topic in the course. * Flexible pacing offers freedom for the students to work at a pace that best meets thei…

How to Read the Pacing Tool

From the Dashboard, students and their families can see the pacing tool. The number highlighted in green reflects the number of assignments completed and the number highlighted in yellow highlights the number left. The red triangle shows the student's incomplete grade at that point in the course. ![][1] [1]: http…

How to Read Pacing Tools and Student Grades in Maestro

Learn how to read the pacing tools and student grades sections in the student information system. Follow the directions in the screen cast. See the text version below. 1. Log in from a Guardian Account to the home screen. On the left the guardian can click on their students’ name. In this example, the Guardian can …

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