Virtual School Sample Daily Schedules
Schedules reflect a sample of a day for a virtual student in the Lubbock ISD Virtual School
- Asynchronous - instruction that does not require the instructor and student engaged at the same time
- Synchronous - two way, real-time/live, virtual instruction between teachers and students when students are not on campus
- Students will be expected to turn in work every day and communicate with their teachers. State standards require students to meet a minimum amount of daily minutes to receive daily attendance. Lubbock ISD will expect students to meet the minute requirements that the district requires for face-to-face instruction.
- Grading guidelines for virtual school will follow the same Lubbock ISD grading guidelines utilized for students enrolled in face-to-face instruction.
- Students who select virtual instruction will remain in the virtual classroom for a full nine-week grading period. For example, if families select virtual learning for their student, they cannot transition back to face-to-face until the grading period ends.
- A variety of educational platforms will be utilized for the virtual classroom including but not limited to Edgenuity, Google Classroom, Canvas, and Seesaw. Students will be required to navigate grade-level appropriate platforms and submit assignments virtually through those platforms.
- Families of younger students will be expected to assist them to access the device, get started daily, and stay on task.
- Lubbock ISD is providing electronic devices. Park-N-Learn sites are available at all Lubbock ISD middle and high school campuses.
- Parents will be required to sign a Virtual School Expectation Agreement.
- Additional Support and Special Services
- Resource services will be provided synchronously during core instructional time and/or during the resource/RTI/tutoring time.
- In-class support services will be provided during asynchronous OR synchronous instructional time depending on the needs of the student and the teacher schedule.