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May 17, 2022

NCVirtual E-lert for May 16, 2022 (Standard Start Classes End Today)

An item from a US-based K-12 online learning program.

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2022-2023 Guide
Grade Reporting
  Summer 2022   

May 16, 2022

Greetings, everyone!

Our Standard Start classes end today, May 16. See all the details below!

Please forward this e-lert to any stakeholders who may need it. They can subscribe to the e-lert here.

And thank you for all your great support this year!

Last Day of Classes for 2021-2022

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End of Semester Reminders

Our Standard Start classes end today, May 16. Here’s what you need to know:

Course Extensions

We have a five-day extension period for courses. These extensions do not require approval from our Instructional Directors. Instead, schools will work directly with the NCVirtual teacher, and the teacher will grant the 5-day extension. If a longer extension is required, the teacher will work with the Instructional Director on a case-by-case basis.

Final Grades

We will report final grades on May 26. Look for the grade report in our registration system on that day. If you need grades for graduating seniors before that date, contact our teachers directly.

Exam Exemptions

NCVirtual teachers are expected to give final exams or final projects in non-EOC courses and CTE courses that require teacher-made exams. If your district has a policy to exempt seniors (or others) from final exams, here is the NCVirtual process.

  • Notify your students and the NCVirtual teachers that your students will not take the final exam based on your district’s or school’s policy.
  • On the NCVirtual final grade report, we report three grades: Classwork (80%), Final Exam (20%), Final Grade. If schools notify our teachers about the exam exemptions, they will enter “EX” (exemption) for the exam grade. The classwork grade will then be used for the final grade.
  • If you have students with exam exemptions and have not notified our teachers, only use the Classwork grade for the final grade. You will not record our Final Exam grade and the Final Grade for exempted students.

In addition, schools may recalculate the final overall grade by adjusting the weighting of the final exam/project to align with local policies.

State Testing

See all the details about how NCVirtual grades and the EOC and CTE state exams schools need to administer in our Grades and Testing Quick Reference Guide.

Tips and Reminders

See our End of Semester Tips and Reminders for all the details.

News & Trending Updates

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Digital Transition Webinars

Our Digital Transition webinar series is still going strong. Check out and register for these sessions in May!

Summer Contact Information

NCVirtual must know who the summer e-learning advisor is for each school that registers students. You may elect to have just one contact for the entire district over the summer. Please complete our NCVirtual Summer 2022 ELA Contact Information form if you are registering students for summer with NCVirtual.

Presently, you may not have any students enrolled in NCVirtual summer courses, but if your district or charter does enroll students in the coming weeks for Summer 2022, we will need this information.

If you have your school-level ELA contact information in an Excel document, you can copy and paste that into the contact box below.

2022-2023 Registration Tips

Registration for the 2022-2023 school year is open. Here are a few tips as you register:

  • Make sure you’re enrolling in the correct semester. We have summer, fall, spring, yearlong, early standard, and standard start options.
  • Use the search feature in our registration system to find the courses you are looking for. Similar to PowerSchool, Math is 1-4. World Languages and English are I-IV. Our OCS courses have “blended” in the course title, and our co-taught intervention courses have “co-teaching” in the course title.
  • Understand our waitlist. Our instructional directors use the waitlist to determine if they need to open a new section of the course or increase the capacity of an already opened section.
  • We will likely have a few courses end up on our course capacity list. Popular demand and teacher limitations drive this list. Students waitlisted for those courses may have a difficult time getting a seat in the course.
  • Download an enrollment report each day that you register to keep up to date on enrollment status and to have students’ usernames and passwords ready.

2022-2023 Academic Year

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Registration Details

The 2022-2023 academic year registration opened on Thursday, March 31, 2022.

Note that summer enrollment is included in the new 22-23 allotment projections.

Early Start vs. Standard Start

Our Early Start calendars for our fall and spring semesters begin and end about two weeks earlier than our Standard Start calendars. Which calendar should you choose? Here’s what you should do:

Determine when you need final grades and register students for that calendar (Early Start or Standard Start). In the past, we’ve had schools request early final grades late in the semester. We are moving away from that practice. Students need time to complete all the modules and objectives in their courses. Please guard that teaching and learning time for your online students. Work with your data managers and curriculum directors to help ensure this best practice.

Note that our Standard Start calendar has a more extensive selection of courses than Early Start. It’s easier for us to staff the Standard Start calendar. You may have students enrolled in both our Early Start and Standard Start calendars. That’s not unusual. However, if you must have a course on the Early Start schedule, you can make that request through our Virtual Support Center. We will try to accommodate that request.

One final note: The last day to register for Early Start classes has been extended to the last day to register for Standard Start classes. The last day to drop is still on the tenth day (you can withdraw throughout the semester).

2022-2023 Calendar

We have our 2022-2023 calendar ready to share. See the key dates posted on our Calendar page, along with a spreadsheet of all dates.

2022-2023 Catalog

Our 22-23 Catalog has been posted. We have one new course at this time—AP Chemistry. We have several courses nearing completion that we hope to add to the catalog soon.

Summer Session Guide

See our guide for the 2022 Summer Session. We also have a Summer Session Guide for Parents. Please share with any parents or students who are interested. Please note that parents of public school students cannot register directly with us. They must register through their local school. Enrollment costs cannot be passed on to public school families.

Summer Contact Information

NCVirtual must know who the summer e-learning advisor is for each school that registers students. You may elect to have just one contact for the entire district over the summer. Please complete our NCVirtual Summer 2022 ELA Contact Information form if you are registering students for summer with NCVirtual.

Presently, you may not have any students enrolled in NCVirtual summer courses, but if your district or charter does enroll students in the coming weeks for Summer 2022, we will need this information.

If you have your school-level ELA contact information in an Excel document, you can copy and paste that into the contact box below.

2022-2023 Academic Year Guide

See our full 22-23 Academic Year Guide for all the details to have a successful school year with NCVirtual.

Current Reporting

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What Grades Are Currently Posted?

May 12 – Final Grades for Early Start Classes Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

May 12 – Progress Reports for Standard Start Classes Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

What’s Next on the Schedule?

May 26 – Final Grades for Standard Start Classes Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

Progress Report Action Steps

What should your action steps be with our progress reports? We’re glad you asked! Visit our Progress Report Action Steps page for all the details.

A Snapshot of NCVirtual Grading Guidelines

We recently published a Snapshot of NCVirtual Grading Guidelines. Please note that NCVirtual teachers must adhere to the NCVirtual grading guidelines, practices, and procedures which can be found in our Grading and Testing Quick Reference Guide. NCVirtual teachers cannot adjust their NCVirtual grading guidelines, practices, and procedures based on a local school’s or district’s policy.

Reporting Overview

See our Grades and Testing Quick Reference Guide for an overview of our reporting. We have details on our Student Status (No-Show) Reports, Progress Reports, Final Grade Reports, and how we calculate grades.

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District and School Outreach

Looking for online professional development? We have you covered! Check out our new subscription option for joining our professional development mailing list. The subscription button is found on both our Digital Transition page and the Teacher Online Training page.
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 Digital Transition
In our Digital Transition webinar series, we share best practices for supporting students in learning online. You will leave with a toolkit of resources to bring to your face-to-face classroom into the virtual world!
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   Online Training  
Our Teacher Online Training course is a free professional development program for NC public and charter school teachers designed to prepare and support educators as they work in online and remote learning environments.
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ELA Orientation
Our E-learning Advisor Orientation course will help support you in the role of E-Learning Advisor to NC Virtual students. Learn about the funding formula, the registration process, our grading policy, our valuable resources, and how to best support your online students.
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Office Hours
The NCVirtual Office Hours meets each weekday, M-F from 12:00-12:30 p.m.

Teachers, administrators, parents, and students are welcome to drop in and have their questions answered.

Connecting with Students & Parents

As virtual learning has become a part of everyday learning for most families across North Carolina, many parents, guardians, and mentors continue to struggle with how to support their online learners in blended and online classes. To provide resources and strategies for how to support not only our NCVirtual students, but all online learners in North Carolina, NCVirtual has created two Supporting Online Students (SOS) video courses in Canvas. Both courses are free, open to the public, and do not require login credentials. Please share both links with your educational communities and parent networks.
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 Supporting Students – All NC
The first course, Supporting Online Students – All NC, is general in nature and is designed for parents, guardians, and mentors of any student who is participating in a blended or online course or is enrolled in a fully online program regardless of school or grade level.
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Supporting Students – NCVPS
The second course, Supporting Online Students – NCVirtual, is specific to NC Virtual and includes specific examples, demonstrations, and resources for NC Virtual parents, guardians, and mentors.
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           Iwork           
The IworkNCVirtual speaker series includes presentations about career paths by those working in the field. We are now providing a platform for our students to gain insight and exposure to potential career paths. Sessions focus on Prerequisites & Education, Getting the Job, Daily Responsibilities (Micro), Industry Environment (Macro)
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     Culture Cafe     
The Culture Café Café hosts hour-long lectures on various cultural topics in Spanish, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Latin, and Arabic to broaden our students’ cultural and world views. Topics include cultural, culinary, historical, geographic and, architectural themes. See the Culture Cafe calendar for upcoming events!
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Japanese Honors
For students who have completed the first term of his/her second-year Japanese language course in middle/junior high or a senior high school and has maintained a 3.5 GPA in Japanese courses and an overall GPA of 3.0.

For more information, contact Ellen Hart or Revae Bostwick.

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Stock Market Club
An online simulation of the global capital markets that engages students in the world of economics, investing and personal finance and that has prepared nearly 20 million students for financially independent futures. The team will have virtual money to invest in the stock market game that is offered by SIFMA Foundation.

For more information, contact Ellen Hart.

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Research Alliance
The Student Research Alliance is a unique opportunity for students to conduct original research on topics of interest. The goal is to provide a platform for innovation and to create resources for students to deepen their understanding of specific course content. For more information, contact Tiffany Grant.
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    Coding Club      
The NCVirtual Coding Club is open to any NC high school students who would like to join. Complete this Google Form if you would like to join. For questions about the Coding Club, contact

ellen.hart@ncpublicschools.gov or

toni.hall@ncpublicschools.gov

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NCVirtual has a mobile app, and Canvas has two mobile apps and a web portal. What does each one do? We’re glad you asked! Here you go:

NCVirtual App: Stay connected with what’s happening at NCVirtual. Think of these as “front office” notifications.

Canvas Apps and Web Portal: Connect with a student’s course, see grades, due dates, pacing guides, and message the teacher.

Check out the guide on our Mobile Apps page to see when and where it’s best to use each app or portal.

Mobile Apps

Thank you, everyone!

Your North Carolina students appreciate your dedication and hard work!

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May 11, 2022

NCVirtual E-lert for May 10, 2022 (Spring Closing – Summer Start Up)

A newsletter from a US-based K-12 online learning program.

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2021-2022 Guide
2022-2023 Guide
Grade Reporting
  Summer 2022   

May 10, 2022

Greetings, everyone!

This week, we have details for closing out the spring semester and preparing for our summer session.

We have updates for safelisting domains, end-of-semester reminders, course extensions, exam exemptions, summer contact information, and much more in our News and Trending Updates section.

Please forward this e-lert to any stakeholders who may need it. They can subscribe to the e-lert here.

News & Trending Updates

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Constant Contact Domains

NCVirtual sends many of its communications from Constant Contact. Some users have reported they are not receiving our communications.  Please have your technology team safelist the following domains:

@in.constantcontact.com

@in.confirmedcc.com

End of Semester Reminders

Early Start classes ended today, May 2, and our Standard Start classes end on May 16. See our End of Semester Tips and Reminders for all the details.

Course Extensions

We have a five-day extension period for courses. These extensions do not require approval from our Instructional Directors. Instead, schools will work directly with the NCVirtual teacher, and the teacher will grant the 5-day extension. If a longer extension is required, the teacher will work with the Instructional Director on a case-by-case basis.

Exam Exemptions

NCVirtual teachers are expected to give final exams or final projects in non-EOC courses and CTE courses that require teacher-made exams. If your district has a policy to exempt seniors (or others) from final exams, here is the NCVirtual process.

  • Notify your students and the NCVirtual teachers that your students will not take the final exam based on your district’s or school’s policy.
  • On the NCVirtual final grade report, we report three grades: Classwork (80%), Final Exam (20%), Final Grade. If schools notify our teachers about the exam exemptions, they will enter “EX” (exemption) for the exam grade. The classwork grade will then be used for the final grade.
  • If you have students with exam exemptions and have not notified our teachers, only use the Classwork grade for the final grade. You will not record our Final Exam grade and the Final Grade for exempted students.

In addition, schools may recalculate the final overall grade by adjusting the weighting of the final exam/project to align with local policies.

CTE Proof of Learning Exam Grade

For NCVirtual CTE courses that have DPI-required Proof of Learning assignments, our teachers will report either MET or NOT MET in the final exam field.

German Update

German II has been added to the course catalog for fall! We are still working on our capacity for German I. Be prepared for a German waitlist, as we are expecting limited capacity as we grow our new German program.

State Testing

See all the details about how NCVirtual grades and the EOC and CTE state exams schools need to administer in our Grades and Testing Quick Reference Guide.

Digital Transition Webinars

Our Digital Transition webinar series is still going strong. Check out and register for these sessions in May!

Summer Contact Information

NCVirtual must know who the summer e-learning advisor is for each school that registers students. You may elect to have just one contact for the entire district over the summer. Please complete our NCVirtual Summer 2022 ELA Contact Information form if you are registering students for summer with NCVirtual.

Presently, you may not have any students enrolled in NCVirtual summer courses, but if your district or charter does enroll students in the coming weeks for Summer 2022, we will need this information.

If you have your school-level ELA contact information in an Excel document, you can copy and paste that into the contact box below.

Registration Tips

Registration for the 2022-2023 school year is open. Here are a few tips as you register:

  • Make sure you’re enrolling in the correct semester. We have summer, fall, spring, yearlong, early standard, and standard start options.
  • Use the search feature in our registration system to find the courses you are looking for. Similar to PowerSchool, Math is 1-4. World Languages and English are I-IV. Our OCS courses have “blended” in the course title, and our co-taught intervention courses have “co-teaching” in the course title.
  • Understand our waitlist. Our instructional directors use the waitlist to determine if they need to open a new section of the course or increase the capacity of an already opened section.
  • We will likely have a few courses end up on our course capacity list. Popular demand and teacher limitations drive this list. Students waitlisted for those courses may have a difficult time getting a seat in the course.
  • Download an enrollment report each day that you register to keep up to date on enrollment status and to have students’ usernames and passwords ready.

2022-2023 Academic Year

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Registration Details

The 2022-2023 academic year registration opened on Thursday, March 31, 2022.

If DPI has not released next year’s allotment projection by the 31st, we will start districts and charters with their 21-22 initial allotment projections and then adjust when the new projections are released.

Note that summer enrollment is included in the new 22-23 allotment projections.

Early Start vs. Standard Start

Our Early Start calendars for our fall and spring semesters begin and end about two weeks earlier than our Standard Start calendars. Which calendar should you choose? Here’s what you should do:

Determine when you need final grades and register students for that calendar (Early Start or Standard Start). In the past, we’ve had schools request early final grades late in the semester. We are moving away from that practice. Students need time to complete all the modules and objectives in their courses. Please guard that teaching and learning time for your online students. Work with your data managers and curriculum directors to help ensure this best practice.

Note that our Standard Start calendar has a more extensive selection of courses than Early Start. It’s easier for us to staff the Standard Start calendar. You may have students enrolled in both our Early Start and Standard Start calendars. That’s not unusual. However, if you must have a course on the Early Start schedule, you can make that request through our Virtual Support Center. We will try to accommodate that request.

One final note: The last day to register for Early Start classes has been extended to the last day to register for Standard Start classes. The last day to drop is still on the tenth day (you can withdraw throughout the semester).

2022-2023 Calendar

We have our 2022-2023 calendar ready to share. See the key dates posted on our Calendar page, along with a spreadsheet of all dates.

2022-2023 Catalog

Our 22-23 Catalog has been posted. We have one new course at this time—AP Chemistry. We have several courses nearing completion that we hope to add to the catalog soon.

Summer Session Guide

See our guide for the 2022 Summer Session. We also have a Summer Session Guide for Parents. Please share with any parents or students who are interested. Please note that parents of public school students cannot register directly with us. They must register through their local school. Enrollment costs cannot be passed on to public school families.

Summer Contact Information

NCVirtual must know who the summer e-learning advisor is for each school that registers students. You may elect to have just one contact for the entire district over the summer. Please complete our NCVirtual Summer 2022 ELA Contact Information form if you are registering students for summer with NCVirtual.

Presently, you may not have any students enrolled in NCVirtual summer courses, but if your district or charter does enroll students in the coming weeks for Summer 2022, we will need this information.

If you have your school-level ELA contact information in an Excel document, you can copy and paste that into the contact box below.

2022-2023 Academic Year Guide

See our full 22-23 Academic Year Guide for all the details to have a successful school year with NCVirtual.

Current Reporting

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What Grades Are Currently Posted?

April 28 – Progress Reports Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

What’s Next on the Schedule?

May 12 – Final Grades for Early Start Classes Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

May 12 – Progress Reports for Standard Start Classes Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

Progress Report Action Steps

What should your action steps be with our progress reports? We’re glad you asked! Visit our Progress Report Action Steps page for all the details.

A Snapshot of NCVirtual Grading Guidelines

We recently published a Snapshot of NCVirtual Grading Guidelines. Please note that NCVirtual teachers must adhere to the NCVirtual grading guidelines, practices, and procedures which can be found in our Grading and Testing Quick Reference Guide. NCVirtual teachers cannot adjust their NCVirtual grading guidelines, practices, and procedures based on a local school’s or district’s policy.

Reporting Overview

See our Grades and Testing Quick Reference Guide for an overview of our reporting. We have details on our Student Status (No-Show) Reports, Progress Reports, Final Grade Reports, and how we calculate grades.

Permalinks

District and School Outreach

Looking for online professional development? We have you covered! Check out our new subscription option for joining our professional development mailing list. The subscription button is found on both our Digital Transition page and the Teacher Online Training page.
Digital Transition.png
 Digital Transition
In our Digital Transition webinar series, we share best practices for supporting students in learning online. You will leave with a toolkit of resources to bring to your face-to-face classroom into the virtual world!
ToT.png
   Online Training  
Our Teacher Online Training course is a free professional development program for NC public and charter school teachers designed to prepare and support educators as they work in online and remote learning environments.
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ELA Orientation
Our E-learning Advisor Orientation course will help support you in the role of E-Learning Advisor to NC Virtual students. Learn about the funding formula, the registration process, our grading policy, our valuable resources, and how to best support your online students.
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Office Hours
The NCVirtual Office Hours meets each weekday, M-F from 12:00-12:30 p.m.

Teachers, administrators, parents, and students are welcome to drop in and have their questions answered.

Connecting with Students & Parents

As virtual learning has become a part of everyday learning for most families across North Carolina, many parents, guardians, and mentors continue to struggle with how to support their online learners in blended and online classes. To provide resources and strategies for how to support not only our NCVirtual students, but all online learners in North Carolina, NCVirtual has created two Supporting Online Students (SOS) video courses in Canvas. Both courses are free, open to the public, and do not require login credentials. Please share both links with your educational communities and parent networks.
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 Supporting Students – All NC
The first course, Supporting Online Students – All NC, is general in nature and is designed for parents, guardians, and mentors of any student who is participating in a blended or online course or is enrolled in a fully online program regardless of school or grade level.
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Supporting Students – NCVPS
The second course, Supporting Online Students – NCVirtual, is specific to NC Virtual and includes specific examples, demonstrations, and resources for NC Virtual parents, guardians, and mentors.
Iwork.png
           Iwork           
The IworkNCVirtual speaker series includes presentations about career paths by those working in the field. We are now providing a platform for our students to gain insight and exposure to potential career paths. Sessions focus on Prerequisites & Education, Getting the Job, Daily Responsibilities (Micro), Industry Environment (Macro)
Culture Cafe.png
     Culture Cafe     
The Culture Café Café hosts hour-long lectures on various cultural topics in Spanish, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Latin, and Arabic to broaden our students’ cultural and world views. Topics include cultural, culinary, historical, geographic and, architectural themes. See the Culture Cafe calendar for upcoming events!
japanese-honor-society-icon.png
Japanese Honors
For students who have completed the first term of his/her second-year Japanese language course in middle/junior high or a senior high school and has maintained a 3.5 GPA in Japanese courses and an overall GPA of 3.0.

For more information, contact Ellen Hart or Revae Bostwick.

Culture Cafe.png
Stock Market Club
An online simulation of the global capital markets that engages students in the world of economics, investing and personal finance and that has prepared nearly 20 million students for financially independent futures. The team will have virtual money to invest in the stock market game that is offered by SIFMA Foundation.

For more information, contact Ellen Hart.

Research Alliance.png
Research Alliance
The Student Research Alliance is a unique opportunity for students to conduct original research on topics of interest. The goal is to provide a platform for innovation and to create resources for students to deepen their understanding of specific course content. For more information, contact Tiffany Grant.
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    Coding Club      
The NCVirtual Coding Club is open to any NC high school students who would like to join. Complete this Google Form if you would like to join. For questions about the Coding Club, contact

ellen.hart@ncpublicschools.gov or

toni.hall@ncpublicschools.gov

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NCVirtual has a mobile app, and Canvas has two mobile apps and a web portal. What does each one do? We’re glad you asked! Here you go:

NCVirtual App: Stay connected with what’s happening at NCVirtual. Think of these as “front office” notifications.

Canvas Apps and Web Portal: Connect with a student’s course, see grades, due dates, pacing guides, and message the teacher.

Check out the guide on our Mobile Apps page to see when and where it’s best to use each app or portal.

Mobile Apps

Thank you, everyone!

Your North Carolina students appreciate your dedication and hard work!

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May 3, 2022

NCVirtual E-lert for May 2, 2022 (Early Start Classes End Today)

An item from a US-based K-12 online learning program.

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2021-2022 Guide
2022-2023 Guide
Grade Reporting

May 2, 2022

Greetings, everyone!

Early Start classes end today!

We have updates for course extensions, exam exemptions, German II, the new Virtual Schools Network, and much more in our News and Trending Updates section.

Please forward this e-lert to any stakeholders who may need it. They can subscribe to the e-lert here.

News & Trending Updates

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Early Start Classes End

Early Start classes end today, May 2. See our End of Semester Tips and Reminders for all the details. Standard Start classes end on May 16.

Early Start Extensions

We have a five-day extension period for courses. These extensions do not require approval from our Instructional Directors. Instead, schools will work directly with the NCVirtual teacher, and the teacher will grant the 5-day extension. If a longer extension is required, the teacher will work with the Instructional Director on a case-by-case basis.

Exam Exemptions

NCVirtual teachers are expected to give final exams or final projects in non-EOC courses and CTE courses that require teacher-made exams. If your district has a policy to exempt seniors (or others) from final exams, here is the NCVirtual process.

  • Notify your students and the NCVirtual teachers that your students will not take the final exam based on your district’s or charter school’s policy.
  • On the NCVirtual final grade report, we report three grades: Classwork (80%), Final Exam (20%), Final Grade. If schools notify our teachers about the exam exemptions, they will enter “EX” (exemption) for the exam grade. The classwork grade will then be used for the final grade.
  • If you have students with exam exemptions and have not notified our teachers, only use the Classwork grade for the final grade. You will not record our Final Exam grade and the Final Grade for exempted students.

In addition, schools may recalculate the final overall grade by adjusting the weighting of the final exam/project to align with local policies.

CTE Proof of Learning Exam Grade

For NCVirtual CTE courses that have DPI-required Proof of Learning assignments, our teachers will report either MET or NOT MET in the final exam field.

Virtual Schools Network Summer Institute 2022 Registration Is Open

As a virtual public school, we wanted to share with you a unique opportunity with district and school leaders.

We envision innovative and engaging learning environments that support students effectively and equitably. Connecting educators with the knowledge, tools, and opportunities needed to transform virtual learning experiences for K-12 students is the key. In January 2022, the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and NCVirtual Public School began developing the Virtual Schools Network (VSN) as a means to connect and support the myriad of traditional virtual public schools in North Carolina. The network promises to be responsive, innovative, and sustainable to ensure the needs of stakeholders are paramount – designed for educators by educators.

This notification is to invite you and three members of your team to register for our first-ever Summer Institute (SI). This two-day convening [June 28-29] will be held at the Friday Institute in Raleigh, North Carolina to celebrate our 2022-2023 VSN launch. The SI will build individual and collective capacity and focus on addressing immediate and longer-term challenges faced by quality virtual school learning environments and their leadership teams.

We are now accepting registrations for our Summer Institute event. Registration closes June 3rd. If you are committed to transforming education and connecting with like-minded stakeholders, this opportunity is for you.

Learn more and register here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

NCVirtual and EVAAS Rosters

NCVirtual does its own roster verification in EVAAS. All NCVirtual teachers who teach courses with an EOC will verify their rosters using their NCVirtual EVAAS Account. See the details in our NCVirtual and EVAAS Roosters announcements.

Social Studies Courses with Old Standards

NCVirtual aims to support districts as we transition to the new standards for Social Studies. We will consider requests/enrollments for the old standards courses. Staff will monitor these requests/waitlists and if enrollments reach 10 or more students, an active section will be created and students will be enrolled. We appreciate your patience and support.

German Update

German II has been added to the course catalog for fall! We are still working on our capacity for German I. Be prepared for a German waitlist, as we are expecting limited capacity as we grow our new German program.

NCVirtual AP Testing Code

Please have students input the NCVPS code (045) into the ‘Online Provider Code’ found on Page 1 of the student’s AP answer sheet during the administration of the exam. This will allow NCVPS to receive a copy of their 2019 test scores for our records. These scores are needed as part of the accountability piece for NCVPS.

State Testing

See all the details about how NCVirtual grades and the EOC and CTE state exams schools need to administer in our Grades and Testing Quick Reference Guide.

Digital Transition Webinars

Our Digital Transition webinar series is still going strong. Check out and register for these sessions in May!

2021-2022 Academic Year Guide

Please visit our 2021-2022 Academic Year Guide for details on registration, enrolling, withdrawing, grades, student guides, parent guides, and more!

Registration Tips

Registration for the 2022-2023 school year is open. Here are a few tips as you register:

  • Make sure you’re enrolling in the correct semester. We have summer, fall, spring, yearlong, early standard, and standard start options.
  • Use the search feature in our registration system to find the courses you are looking for. Similar to PowerSchool, Math is 1-4. World Languages and English are I-IV. Our OCS courses have “blended” in the course title, and our co-taught intervention courses have “co-teaching” in the course title.
  • Understand our waitlist. Our instructional directors use the waitlist to determine if they need to open a new section of the course or increase the capacity of an already opened section.
  • We will likely have a few courses end up on our course capacity list. Popular demand and teacher limitations drive this list. Students waitlisted for those courses may have a difficult time getting a seat in the course.
  • Download an enrollment report each day that you register to keep up to date on enrollment status and to have students’ usernames and passwords ready.

2022-2023 Academic Year

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Registration Details

The 2022-2023 academic year registration opened on Thursday, March 31, 2022.

If DPI has not released next year’s allotment projection by the 31st, we will start districts and charters with their 21-22 initial allotment projections and then adjust when the new projections are released.

Note that summer enrollment is included in the new 22-23 allotment projections.

Early Start vs. Standard Start

Our Early Start calendars for our fall and spring semesters begin and end about two weeks earlier than our Standard Start calendars. Which calendar should you choose? Here’s what you should do:

Determine when you need final grades and register students for that calendar (Early Start or Standard Start). In the past, we’ve had schools request early final grades late in the semester. We are moving away from that practice. Students need time to complete all the modules and objectives in their courses. Please guard that teaching and learning time for your online students. Work with your data managers and curriculum directors to help ensure this best practice.

Note that our Standard Start calendar has a more extensive selection of courses than Early Start. It’s easier for us to staff the Standard Start calendar. You may have students enrolled in both our Early Start and Standard Start calendars. That’s not unusual. However, if you must have a course on the Early Start schedule, you can make that request through our Virtual Support Center. We will try to accommodate that request.

One final note: The last day to register for Early Start classes has been extended to the last day to register for Standard Start classes. The last day to drop is still on the tenth day (you can withdraw throughout the semester).

2022-2023 Calendar

We have our 2022-2023 calendar ready to share. See the key dates posted on our Calendar page, along with a spreadsheet of all dates.

2022-2023 Catalog

Our 22-23 Catalog has been posted. We have one new course at this time—AP Chemistry. We have several courses nearing completion that we hope to add to the catalog soon.

Summer Session Guide

See our guide for the 2022 Summer Session. We also have a Summer Session Guide for Parents. Please share with any parents or students who are interested. Please note that parents of public school students cannot register directly with us. They must register through their local school. Enrollment costs cannot be passed on to public school families.

Summer Contact Information

NCVirtual must know who the summer e-learning advisor is for each school that registers students. You may elect to have just one contact for the entire district over the summer. Please complete our NCVirtual Summer 2022 ELA Contact Information form if you are registering students for summer with NCVirtual.

Presently, you may not have any students enrolled in NCVirtual summer courses, but if your district or charter does enroll students in the coming weeks for Summer 2022, we will need this information.

If you have your school-level ELA contact information in an Excel document, you can copy and paste that into the contact box below.

2022-2023 Academic Year Guide

See our full 22-23 Academic Year Guide for all the details to have a successful school year with NCVirtual.

Current Reporting

report card icon.png

What Grades Are Currently Posted?

April 28 – Progress Reports Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

What’s Next on the Schedule?

May 12 – Final Grades for Early Start Classes Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

May 12 – Progress Reports for Standard Start Classes Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

Progress Report Action Steps

What should your action steps be with our progress reports? We’re glad you asked! Visit our Progress Report Action Steps page for all the details.

A Snapshot of NCVirtual Grading Guidelines

We recently published a Snapshot of NCVirtual Grading Guidelines. Please note that NCVirtual teachers must adhere to the NCVirtual grading guidelines, practices, and procedures which can be found in our Grading and Testing Quick Reference Guide. NCVirtual teachers cannot adjust their NCVirtual grading guidelines, practices, and procedures based on a local school’s or district’s policy.

Reporting Overview

See our Grades and Testing Quick Reference Guide for an overview of our reporting. We have details on our Student Status (No-Show) Reports, Progress Reports, Final Grade Reports, and how we calculate grades.

Permalinks

District and School Outreach

Looking for online professional development? We have you covered! Check out our new subscription option for joining our professional development mailing list. The subscription button is found on both our Digital Transition page and the Teacher Online Training page.
Digital Transition.png
 Digital Transition
In our Digital Transition webinar series, we share best practices for supporting students in learning online. You will leave with a toolkit of resources to bring to your face-to-face classroom into the virtual world!
ToT.png
   Online Training  
Our Teacher Online Training course is a free professional development program for NC public and charter school teachers designed to prepare and support educators as they work in online and remote learning environments.
Training Series Thumbnail.png
ELA Orientation
Our E-learning Advisor Orientation course will help support you in the role of E-Learning Advisor to NC Virtual students. Learn about the funding formula, the registration process, our grading policy, our valuable resources, and how to best support your online students.
Lunch Break.png
Office Hours
The NCVirtual Office Hours meets each weekday, M-F from 12:00-12:30 p.m.

Teachers, administrators, parents, and students are welcome to drop in and have their questions answered.

Connecting with Students & Parents

As virtual learning has become a part of everyday learning for most families across North Carolina, many parents, guardians, and mentors continue to struggle with how to support their online learners in blended and online classes. To provide resources and strategies for how to support not only our NCVirtual students, but all online learners in North Carolina, NCVirtual has created two Supporting Online Students (SOS) video courses in Canvas. Both courses are free, open to the public, and do not require login credentials. Please share both links with your educational communities and parent networks.
Parent Outreach Thumbnail.png
 Supporting Students – All NC
The first course, Supporting Online Students – All NC, is general in nature and is designed for parents, guardians, and mentors of any student who is participating in a blended or online course or is enrolled in a fully online program regardless of school or grade level.
Parent Outreach Thumbnail.png
Supporting Students – NCVPS
The second course, Supporting Online Students – NCVirtual, is specific to NC Virtual and includes specific examples, demonstrations, and resources for NC Virtual parents, guardians, and mentors.
Iwork.png
           Iwork           
The IworkNCVirtual speaker series includes presentations about career paths by those working in the field. We are now providing a platform for our students to gain insight and exposure to potential career paths. Sessions focus on Prerequisites & Education, Getting the Job, Daily Responsibilities (Micro), Industry Environment (Macro)
Culture Cafe.png
     Culture Cafe     
The Culture Café Café hosts hour-long lectures on various cultural topics in Spanish, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Latin, and Arabic to broaden our students’ cultural and world views. Topics include cultural, culinary, historical, geographic and, architectural themes. See the Culture Cafe calendar for upcoming events!
japanese-honor-society-icon.png
Japanese Honors
For students who have completed the first term of his/her second-year Japanese language course in middle/junior high or a senior high school and has maintained a 3.5 GPA in Japanese courses and an overall GPA of 3.0.

For more information, contact Ellen Hart or Revae Bostwick.

Culture Cafe.png
Stock Market Club
An online simulation of the global capital markets that engages students in the world of economics, investing and personal finance and that has prepared nearly 20 million students for financially independent futures. The team will have virtual money to invest in the stock market game that is offered by SIFMA Foundation.

For more information, contact Ellen Hart.

Research Alliance.png
Research Alliance
The Student Research Alliance is a unique opportunity for students to conduct original research on topics of interest. The goal is to provide a platform for innovation and to create resources for students to deepen their understanding of specific course content. For more information, contact Tiffany Grant.
Coding Club.png
    Coding Club      
The NCVirtual Coding Club is open to any NC high school students who would like to join. Complete this Google Form if you would like to join. For questions about the Coding Club, contact

ellen.hart@ncpublicschools.gov or

toni.hall@ncpublicschools.gov

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NCVirtual has a mobile app, and Canvas has two mobile apps and a web portal. What does each one do? We’re glad you asked! Here you go:

NCVirtual App: Stay connected with what’s happening at NCVirtual. Think of these as “front office” notifications.

Canvas Apps and Web Portal: Connect with a student’s course, see grades, due dates, pacing guides, and message the teacher.

Check out the guide on our Mobile Apps page to see when and where it’s best to use each app or portal.

Mobile Apps

Thank you, everyone!

Your North Carolina students appreciate your dedication and hard work!

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April 29, 2022

May 2022: NC Virtual Digital Transition Webinars for Educators

Note these webinars from a US-based K-12 online learning program.

Welcome to the NC Virtual Digital Transition Webinar Series!
These webinars are open to ALL educators and
registration is FREE.
Certificates of participation are emailed to
participants (within 1 week) upon completion of the exit survey.
May 2022 Webinars
May 2, 2022
11:00AM – 12:00PM
6:00PM – 7:00PM (Repeat)
Utilizing Digital Tools:
Canva, ThingLink, Flippity, & Google Forms
Target Audience: All Are Welcome; Geared Towards New/Beginning Teachers!
Presenter: Sarah Holmes
NC Virtual HS Math Teacher
May 3, 2022
11:00AM – 12:00PM
3:00PM – 4:00PM (Repeat)
Supporting Teachers and Students:
Encouraging Consistency and
Making it Easier for Stakeholders
Target Audience: All Are Welcome; Geared Towards All Leadership Roles!
Presenter: Kelly Ivey, M.Ed.
NC Virtual Math II Teacher
May 9, 2022
12:00PM – 1:00PM
6:00PM – 7:00PM (Repeat)
Mentoring, Coaching, and Self-Mentoring: What’s the Difference and
How Do I Know Which One is Needed?
Target Audience: All Are Welcome; Geared Towards New/Beginning Teachers!
Presenter: Erin Green, M.Ed., NBCT
NC Virtual OCS Financial Management Teacher; and
NC Virtual Blended Financial Management Course Lead
North Carolina Virtual Public School | 1017 Main Campus Drive, Partners I Bldg., SUITE 3900Raleigh, NC 27606

April 26, 2022

NCVirtual E-lert for April 25, 2022 (EVAAS and Testing Details)

An item from a US-based K-12 online learning program.

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2021-2022 Guide
2022-2023 Guide
Grade Reporting

April 25, 2022

Greetings, everyone!

Registration is open for the 2022-2023 school year.

We have updates on EVAAS, state testing, exam exemptions, and more!

Please forward this e-lert to any stakeholders who may need it. They can subscribe to the e-lert here.

News & Trending Updates

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NCVirtual and EVAAS Rosters

NCVirtual does its own roster verification in EVAAS. All NCVirtual teachers who teach courses with an EOC will verify their rosters using their NCVirtual EVAAS Account.

Schools should not create rosters for NCVirtual teachers. If the student is in an NCVirtual EOC course, then the school should not claim those students in those courses (See Co-Teaching Exception below)

NCVirtual teachers who teach in both an LEA and for NCVPS will not have their data combined into one rating. NCVirtual teachers will claim students on their NCVirtual rosters and not on rosters in other physical districts. These teachers will complete separate rosters for the students they teach in the LEA and the students they teach with NCVirtual. Administrators and roster approvers in the LEA will not be able to view the teacher’s rosters associated with NCVirtual. Students in NCVirtual courses will contribute to the school-level value-added growth (Educator Effectiveness and School Accountability).

EOCs must be administered by the local schools to students in NCVirtual courses.

Co-Teaching Exceptions (Programs: OCS and Intervention Courses)

Partner teachers will continue to verify their rosters during both fall and spring Roster Verification.

As a reminder, NCVirtual teachers will enter 50% in the “% of Instruction” column for OCS and Intervention Co-teaching students. The face-to-face teacher in the student’s LEA will also enter 50% for these students.

If you have questions or concerns, please open a ticket with our Virtual Support Center.

Exam Exemptions

NCVirtual teachers are expected to give final exams or final projects in non-EOC courses and CTE courses that require teacher-made exams. If your district has a policy to exempt seniors (or others) from final exams, here is the NCVirtual process.

  1. Notify your students and the NCVirtual teachers that your students will not take the final exam based on your district’s or charter school’s policy.
  2. On the NCVirtual final grade report, we report three grades: Classwork (80%), Final Exam (20%), Final Grade.
  3. If your district exempts students from final exams, you will only use the Classwork grade for your student’s final grade.
  4. You will not record our Final Exam grade and the Final Grade for exempted students.
  5. In addition, schools may recalculate the final overall grade by adjusting the weighting of the final exam/project to align with local policies.

Social Studies Courses with Old Standards

NCVirtual aims to support districts as we transition to the new standards for Social Studies. We will consider requests/enrollments for the old standards courses. Staff will monitor these requests/waitlists and if enrollments reach 10 or more students, an active section will be created and students will be enrolled. We appreciate your patience and support.

German Update

We are still preparing our German courses for launch in the fall. The courses are near completion; however, our new German teachers are still going through our Teacher-n-Training course. Our immediate focus will be on German II this fall. Be prepared for a German waitlist, as we are expecting limited capacity as we grow our new German program.

NCVirtual AP Testing Code

Please have students input the NCVPS code (045) into the ‘Online Provider Code’ found on Page 1 of the student’s AP answer sheet during the administration of the exam. This will allow NCVPS to receive a copy of their 2019 test scores for our records. These scores are needed as part of the accountability piece for NCVPS.

State Testing

See all the details about how NCVirtual grades and the EOC and CTE state exams schools need to administer in our Grades and Testing Quick Reference Guide.

Digital Transition Webinars

Our Digital Transition webinar series is still going strong. Check out and register for these five sessions in April!

Enlist Those Parent Helpers!

We know many parents are eager to support their students in our online courses. We have a guide for them developed by NCVirtual parents and teachers. Please share this guide with parents and legal guardians. School facilitators can use this, too!

2021-2022 Academic Year Guide

Please visit our 2021-2022 Academic Year Guide for details on registration, enrolling, withdrawing, grades, student guides, parent guides, and more!

Registration Tips

Registration for the 2022-2023 school year is open. Here are a few tips as you register:

  • Make sure you’re enrolling in the correct semester. We have summer, fall, spring, yearlong, early standard, and standard start options.
  • Use the search feature in our registration system to find the courses you are looking for. Similar to PowerSchool, Math is 1-4. World Languages and English are I-IV. Our OCS courses have “blended” in the course title, and our co-taught intervention courses have “co-teaching” in the course title.
  • Understand our waitlist. Our instructional directors use the waitlist to determine if they need to open a new section of the course or increase the capacity of an already opened section.
  • We will likely have a few courses end up on our course capacity list. Popular demand and teacher limitations drive this list. Students waitlisted for those courses may have a difficult time getting a seat in the course.
  • Download an enrollment report each day that you register to keep up to date on enrollment status and to have students’ usernames and passwords ready.

2022-2023 Academic Year

Key Dates 22-23.jpg
Registration Details

The 2022-2023 academic year registration opens on Thursday, March 31.

If DPI has not released next year’s allotment projection by the 31st, we will start districts and charters with their 21-22 initial allotment projections and then adjust when the new projections are released.

Note that summer enrollment is included in the new 22-23 allotment projections.

Early Start vs. Standard Start

Our Early Start calendars for our fall and spring semesters begin and end about two weeks earlier than our Standard Start calendars. Which calendar should you choose? Here’s what you should do:

Determine when you need final grades and register students for that calendar (Early Start or Standard Start). In the past, we’ve had schools request early final grades late in the semester. We are moving away from that practice. Students need time to complete all the modules and objectives in their courses. Please guard that teaching and learning time for your online students. Work with your data managers and curriculum directors to help ensure this best practice.

Note that our Standard Start calendar has a more extensive selection of courses than Early Start. It’s easier for us to staff the Standard Start calendar. You may have students enrolled in both our Early Start and Standard Start calendars. That’s not unusual. However, if you must have a course on the Early Start schedule, you can make that request through our Virtual Support Center. We will try to accommodate that request.

One final note: The last day to register for Early Start classes has been extended to the last day to register for Standard Start classes. The last day to drop is still on the tenth day (you can withdraw throughout the semester).

2022-2023 Calendar

We have our 2022-2023 calendar ready to share. See the key dates posted on our Calendar page, along with a spreadsheet of all dates.

2022-2023 Catalog

Our 22-23 Catalog has been posted. We have one new course at this time—AP Chemistry. We have several courses nearing completion that we hope to add to the catalog soon.

Summer Session Guide

See our guide for the 2022 Summer Session. We also have a Summer Session Guide for Parents. Please share with any parents or students who are interested. Please note that parents of public school students cannot register directly with us. They must register through their local school. Enrollment costs cannot be passed on to public school families.

Summer Contact Information

NCVirtual must know who the summer e-learning advisor is for each school that registers students. You may elect to have just one contact for the entire district over the summer. Please complete our NCVirtual Summer 2022 ELA Contact Information form if you are registering students for summer with NCVirtual.

Presently, you may not have any students enrolled in NCVirtual summer courses, but if your district or charter does enroll students in the coming weeks for Summer 2022, we will need this information.

If you have your school-level ELA contact information in an Excel document, you can copy and paste that into the contact box below.

2022-2023 Academic Year Guide

See our full 22-23 Academic Year Guide for all the details to have a successful school year with NCVirtual.

Current Reporting

report card icon.png

What Grades Are Currently Posted?

April 14 – Progress Reports Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

What’s Next on the Schedule?

April 28 – Progress Reports Posted in the NCVirtual Registration System

Progress Report Action Steps

What should your action steps be with our progress reports? We’re glad you asked! Visit our Progress Report Action Steps page for all the details.

A Snapshot of NCVirtual Grading Guidelines

We recently published a Snapshot of NCVirtual Grading Guidelines. Please note that NCVirtual teachers must adhere to the NCVirtual grading guidelines, practices, and procedures which can be found in our Grading and Testing Quick Reference Guide. NCVirtual teachers cannot adjust their NCVirtual grading guidelines, practices, and procedures based on a local school’s or district’s policy.

Reporting Overview

See our Grades and Testing Quick Reference Guide for an overview of our reporting. We have details on our Student Status (No-Show) Reports, Progress Reports, Final Grade Reports, and how we calculate grades.

Permalinks

District and School Outreach

Looking for online professional development? We have you covered! Check out our new subscription option for joining our professional development mailing list. The subscription button is found on both our Digital Transition page and the Teacher Online Training page.
Digital Transition.png
 Digital Transition
In our Digital Transition webinar series, we share best practices for supporting students in learning online. You will leave with a toolkit of resources to bring to your face-to-face classroom into the virtual world!
ToT.png
   Online Training  
Our Teacher Online Training course is a free professional development program for NC public and charter school teachers designed to prepare and support educators as they work in online and remote learning environments.
Training Series Thumbnail.png
ELA Orientation
Our E-learning Advisor Orientation course will help support you in the role of E-Learning Advisor to NC Virtual students. Learn about the funding formula, the registration process, our grading policy, our valuable resources, and how to best support your online students.
Lunch Break.png
Office Hours
The NCVirtual Office Hours meets each weekday, M-F from 12:00-12:30 p.m.

Teachers, administrators, parents, and students are welcome to drop in and have their questions answered.

Connecting with Students & Parents

As virtual learning has become a part of everyday learning for most families across North Carolina, many parents, guardians, and mentors continue to struggle with how to support their online learners in blended and online classes. To provide resources and strategies for how to support not only our NCVirtual students, but all online learners in North Carolina, NCVirtual has created two Supporting Online Students (SOS) video courses in Canvas. Both courses are free, open to the public, and do not require login credentials. Please share both links with your educational communities and parent networks.
Parent Outreach Thumbnail.png
 Supporting Students – All NC
The first course, Supporting Online Students – All NC, is general in nature and is designed for parents, guardians, and mentors of any student who is participating in a blended or online course or is enrolled in a fully online program regardless of school or grade level.
Parent Outreach Thumbnail.png
Supporting Students – NCVPS
The second course, Supporting Online Students – NCVirtual, is specific to NC Virtual and includes specific examples, demonstrations, and resources for NC Virtual parents, guardians, and mentors.
Iwork.png
           Iwork           
The IworkNCVirtual speaker series includes presentations about career paths by those working in the field. We are now providing a platform for our students to gain insight and exposure to potential career paths. Sessions focus on Prerequisites & Education, Getting the Job, Daily Responsibilities (Micro), Industry Environment (Macro)
Culture Cafe.png
     Culture Cafe     
The Culture Café Café hosts hour-long lectures on various cultural topics in Spanish, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Latin, and Arabic to broaden our students’ cultural and world views. Topics include cultural, culinary, historical, geographic and, architectural themes. See the Culture Cafe calendar for upcoming events!
japanese-honor-society-icon.png
Japanese Honors
For students who have completed the first term of his/her second-year Japanese language course in middle/junior high or a senior high school and has maintained a 3.5 GPA in Japanese courses and an overall GPA of 3.0.

For more information, contact Ellen Hart or Revae Bostwick.

Culture Cafe.png
Stock Market Club
An online simulation of the global capital markets that engages students in the world of economics, investing and personal finance and that has prepared nearly 20 million students for financially independent futures. The team will have virtual money to invest in the stock market game that is offered by SIFMA Foundation.

For more information, contact Ellen Hart.

Research Alliance.png
Research Alliance
The Student Research Alliance is a unique opportunity for students to conduct original research on topics of interest. The goal is to provide a platform for innovation and to create resources for students to deepen their understanding of specific course content. For more information, contact Tiffany Grant.
Coding Club.png
    Coding Club      
The NCVirtual Coding Club is open to any NC high school students who would like to join. Complete this Google Form if you would like to join. For questions about the Coding Club, contact

ellen.hart@ncpublicschools.gov or

toni.hall@ncpublicschools.gov

mobile-app-banner.png
NCVirtual has a mobile app, and Canvas has two mobile apps and a web portal. What does each one do? We’re glad you asked! Here you go:

NCVirtual App: Stay connected with what’s happening at NCVirtual. Think of these as “front office” notifications.

Canvas Apps and Web Portal: Connect with a student’s course, see grades, due dates, pacing guides, and message the teacher.

Check out the guide on our Mobile Apps page to see when and where it’s best to use each app or portal.

Mobile Apps

Thank you, everyone!

Your North Carolina students appreciate your dedication and hard work!

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