Virtual Learning Option

Virtual Learning

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Elementary Virtual Learning 

  • Students in grades K-5 will have the opportunity to “opt out” of face-to-face classes and enroll in a virtual learning option. Virtual classes will be taught by Lebanon teachers and will provide families a K-5 solution that supports student engagement, success, and safety. Teachers will utilize interactive resources and materials to teach grade level standards in language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.
  • Students must enroll in virtual learning for at least one semester. Students will only be allowed to enroll in virtual learning or “opt out” of face to face learning during the set enrollment windows.
  • Students will receive lessons and assignments each day and will engage with their teacher on a daily basis. Students will be expected to check in to their class and participate on a daily basis.  While there is greater flexibility in a student’s schedule, this option requires self-discipline and greater parent/teacher communication to ensure the student is making adequate progress. 
  • Grading practices for students will follow the same format as face-to-face classes and will appear on the student’s academic record. 
  • Students enrolled in virtual learning will still be considered a Lebanon R-3 student and will be expected to complete all assignments and assessments provided by the teacher. 
  • The District reserves the right to remove the student from virtual learning if deemed not in the best educational interest of the student. 

Secondary Virtual Learning 

  • Students in grades 6-12 will have the opportunity to “opt out” of face-to-face classes and enroll in a virtual learning option. Virtual courses will be offered through LAUNCH. The Lebanon R-3 School District partners with Springfield Public Schools to offer more than 100 virtual course options including dual enrollment and advanced placement courses.  All Launch courses are built by curriculum specialists, teachers and digital developers and are aligned to Missouri Learning Standards. Each Launch course is taught by a highly qualified Missouri educator.
  • Students must enroll in virtual learning for at least one semester. Students will only be allowed to enroll in virtual learning or “opt out” of face to face learning during the set enrollment windows. 
  • Students are still eligible for MSHSAA Sports and Activities, if they meet the enrollment and credit requirements (MSHSAA By-Law 2.3.4.b)
  • Students will receive daily lessons/assignments and will engage with their teacher on a daily basis. Students will be expected to check in to their class and participate on a daily basis. While there is greater flexibility in a student’s schedule, this option requires self-discipline and greater parent/teacher communication to ensure the student is making adequate progress. 
  • Grading practices for students will follow the same format as face-to-face classes and will appear on the student’s transcript. 
  • Students enrolled in virtual learning will still be considered a Lebanon R-3 student and will be expected to complete all assignments and assessments provided by the teacher. 
  • The District reserves the right to remove the student from virtual learning if deemed not in the best educational interest of the student. 
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