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Fall Virtual Learning Options
All students will be scheduled for in-person instruction beginning August 2021 to eliminate the need for concurrent learning; however, the District will offer families the opportunity to opt out of in-person learning to participate in virtual learning options. The virtual learning options allow students to learn from virtual teachers through FLEX Academy, Georgia Virtual School, or designated virtual teachers throughout the school district.  

Parents should consider the following before making a decision for each child:  

If you choose for your child to opt out of in-person learning, the decision is a semester-long commitment because of staffing and scheduling. There will be an opportunity in November 2021to change your child’s learning option to in-person learning for second semester.  
Virtual learning is not optimal for every student. Some students did not adjust well academically, socially, or emotionally in the virtual learning environment. Parents should consider how their child engaged and performed in the virtual learning environment before making a decision for the 2021-2022 school year.  
Middle and high school students may take courses through FLEX Academy, Georgia Virtual School, or a designated FLEX teacher at their local schools or throughout the school district. Note: Students may be taught by teachers from other schools.  
Elementary school students will participate in school-based virtual learning courses offered by designated teachers at their schools and throughout the school district.  
Virtual course offerings may be more limited than those available for students attending school in-person. For example, International Baccalaureate, Montessori, Dual Language Immersion, Scientific Tools and Techniques (STT), Advanced Studies, some Advanced Placement, some world language courses, and some performance-based courses will not be offered virtually.  
If a family chooses virtual learning, the students must fully engage in synchronous (live direct instruction led by a teacher) and asynchronous (online without real-time teacher-led instruction) learning. Daily attendance will be monitored.  
  

This information will be sent to families on June 25, 2021 through Infinite Campus and a notification via School Messenger. Only families choosing to opt out of in-person learning for their students must complete the online declaration available in Infinite Campus (parent portal). The deadline to submit the opt-out form is July 2, 2021, by11:59 p.m.  

  

If you need assistance or do not have a parent portal account in Infinite Campus, you may call Tamesha Favors  at 404-668-2087 or email at Region5PFE@dekalbschoolsga.org
 

 ??To establish a parent portal account in Infinite Campus, select the following link:  https://www.dekalbschoolsga.org/infinite-campus/  
 

DeKalb County's Campus Portal!  
 

VERGEHow to Log On to VERGE for Online Learning
 
 
If a student needs a password reset, please submit a request using this link:  https://www.dekalbschoolsga.org/virtual-learning-support-ticket
 
 
 
Counseling Corner
 Please scan the QR Code provided at the link to complete the  Counseling Needs Assessment.
 
 Iphone users can use their camera to scan and android users will need to download any QR code app in order to use.
 


 

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