STPPS Virtual School 6-12 Questions
Thank you for attending the STPPS Virtual School 6-12 Orientation!

FAQ's to frequently asked questions:

The week of September 14th – September 18th will be flexible and attendance will not be recorded. This will allow both you and your child to become familiar with the Learning Platform as well as understand weekly assignments and requirements.

Chromebooks: We are not currently handing out Chromebooks to Virtual School students. If your child does not have access to a computer at home, please fill out the Computer Waiting List form to be placed on waiting list for a device. We are trying to accommodate households who have a critical need first and Chromebooks will be distributed when they are received by our district.

Log-ins: Log in information will be sent by a teacher following your child’s Safe Start Orientation Day. Students are not expected to work in the platform until Monday, September 14.

Scheduling/Electives: Schedules are still being finalized for high school students. Placeholder courses may appear in the online learning platform that aren’t the courses students selected. They will be updated with the correct courses so students can begin schoolwork September 14.

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The STPPS Virtual School FAQ Document will be updated based on the submitted questions.
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