Summer NCVPS Guidelines and Procedures
- Student discusses possible registration with the school Guidance Counselor. The student must have a signed Acceptable Use Policy on file at the home school.
- Student completes the Student Online Survey and discusses the responses with parent/guardian and Guidance Counselor.
- The student and parent/guardian complete the eLearning Permission form and give it to the Guidance Counselor.
- The Guidance Counselor signs the eLearning Permission form and takes the completed form to the principal. The Principal signs the form or denies it and gives it to the school Distance Learning Advisor (DLA).
- If the student is approved the Distance Learning Advisor will print their name and the name of the school on the eLearning Permission form. The DLA identifies if the student registration needs to be coded as EC, 504, or AG and sends it to the District eLearning Coordinator (Fax # 336-661-6546).
- The High School/Middle School Division Assistant Superintendent approves or denies the registration.
- If approved, the District eLearning Coordinator enrolls the student in the course.
- The Online Course will be reflected on the student's schedule and the final mark on the NCWISE transcript. Final marks will be received into NCWISE twice yearly (at the end of each semester). The school awards credit.
Summer NCVPS Guidelines
- Seniors needing a course to graduate may take a NCVPS course during the Summer Session.
- No EOC courses may be taken during the Summer session unless the Senior needs a CTE course.
- Students (9 - 12) with scheduling conflicts may also take NCVPS courses. WSFCS students do not pay tuition.
- Visiting students can take NCVPS courses but will need to pay tuition.
- The grade received for the online course will be included on the student’s transcript and as such calculated in the student’s GPA and class rank.
- Students must, at a minimum, log into the course the first day and start on their assignments.
- Students are responsible for keeping up with the course assignments, deadlines and completion of the course.
- Students will provide the school DLA with his/her active email account. If they do not have one, the students may need to work with the school Technology Facilitator to obtain one.
- Students must be autonomous learners and self-motivated to manage their own learning environment.
- Students must be independent learners moving at their own pace enjoying the learning process.
- Students must be able to organize and manage their time well.
- Students must be computer literate with a working knowledge of email, the Internet, and basic keyboarding skills.
- Students must be able to use email and discussion forums to communicate with peers and instructors.
- Students must be able to write clearly to communicate ideas and complete assignments.
- Students must have a strong commitment to learn and achieve through online courses in order to achieve academic success.
- Students need parental support to ensure that they are successful online learners achieving academic success.