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Application must be submitted to Nancy Hall at the district office ([email protected]us).

Virtual FAQs

What are the learning model options for students next year?
Madison County students will be able to choose traditional face-to-face instruction or MyDistrict Virtual. Return to Top
Once I choose an option, can I change my mind later?
Students must continue the option they choose for a whole semester (August to December/January to May) unless otherwise recommended by an IEP, 504, or SIT team.  Students who wish to change options midyear, must notify the district by November 1st. Return to Top
Will each option offer the same classes?
Core classes will be available in both options.  The electives offered through MyDistrict Virtual may differ from courses available in the traditional model. Return to Top
Is the MyDistrict Virtual online option identical to the distance learning from 20-21?
MyDistrict Virtual is quite different from the online instruction students experienced in the distance learning program from the 20-21 school year.  The distance learning program provided students with an online learning environment combined with live instruction.  Students had to log into their classes at the same time every day and participate with the class online.  Students enrolled in MyDistrict Virtual work at their own pace and communicate with their instructors as needed. Return to Top
What options are available for PreK students?
The traditional model is the only model available for PreK. Return to Top
If I choose Virtual, will I need my own computer?
A Chromebook can be provided, but students must have access to the internet and must have a device capable of scanning and uploading assignments. Return to Top
If I choose Virtual instruction, will I be able to participate in extra-curricular activities?
Yes.  Students will have the same opportunities available to participate in extra-curricular activities. Return to Top
Will dual enrollment be available for high school virtual students?
Dual enrollment will be available for virtual students who meet the dual enrollment eligibility requirements. Return to Top