2021-22 Virtual School Information
 

Program Overview
 

St. Martin Parish is no longer offering a COVID virtual learning option; however, the district will once again offer courses through the St. Martin Parish School District’s Virtual Program as it existed prior to the COVID19 pandemic.  Interested families should understand the St. Martin Parish School District’s Virtual Program will operate differently and carefully consider the following information:

●     The program will service students in grades 3-12 only.

●     K-2 students will no longer be offered a full-time virtual option for instruction unless severe extenuating circumstances warrant it and permission is granted by the superintendent.

●     Students in 3rd-5th grade will receive their full-time virtual instruction through the Edgenuity platform, just like our students in 6th-12th grade.

●        Any student who failed a core academic subject during the 2020-21 school year is prohibited from enrolling in the Virtual Program as a full-time virtual student, and instead is required to attend their home school for face-to-face instruction to address their deficits.


REGISTRATION INFORMATION


Registration for enrollment as a full-time virtual student will begin on Monday, August 2nd and end on Friday, August 13th.

Registration will be Monday-Friday and take place IN-PERSON at the Virtual Center from 8:00AM-12:00PM & 1:00PM-3:00PM

**Once the deadline for enrollment into the Virtual Program has passed, your child will not be allowed to enroll in the Virtual Program until they complete the 1st 9 weeks grading period successfully at their assigned school.
 

Please read the 2021-22 St. Martin Parish Virtual Program Overview and Expectations For Parents & Students Document if you intend for your child to be a full-time virtual students for the 2021-22 school year. 
 

2021-22 St. Martin Parish Virtual Program Overview and Expectations For Parents & Students

 

 

 

All Full-Time Virtual Students are allowed to participate in any and all extracurricular activities on their school campuses.