FCS Virtual Learning Opportunities

  • Fulton County Schools has created an Individual Remote Learning opportunity for students in grades 1-8 and a Full-time Fulton Virtual opportunity for students in grades 9-12.

    These options are available for students who have an underlying health condition, a social or emotional condition, or other special or extenuating family circumstances that prevents them from safely returning to a face-to-face school environment due to COVID-19. The programs are also open to other interested families.

     

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    A Letter to FCS Parents/Guardians (7/14/20)

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Individual Remote Learning (Grades 1-8)

  • Students enrolling in Individual Remote Learning will remain enrolled in their current school. This is a full-time online, semester long option (August –December) provided by Fulton County Schools.

    Students enrolled in this model may not have access to all classes, particularly connections/specials classes, that may otherwise be offered at a traditional school. Individual Remote Learning will not offer extracurricular activities or clubs. However, virtual clubs will be offered.

     

    For more information contact us via either email below:

    Elementary Schools (Grades 1-5)
    IndividualRemoteES@fultonschools.org

     

    Middle Schools (Grades 6-8)
    IndividualRemoteMS@fultonschools.org

Full-time Virtual (Grades 9-12)

  • Students participating in Full-time Fulton Virtual will remain enrolled in their current school with their secondaryschool/program listed as Full-time Fulton Virtual. Full-time Fulton Virtual will afford its students the ability to take a full-time virtual course load.

    This is an online, semester-long option (August –December) provided by Fulton County Schools. However, students enrolled in this model may not have access to all classes, particularly elective classes, that may otherwise be offered at a traditional school.

    Full-time Fulton Virtual will not offer extracurricular activities, athletics or clubs. There will be virtual club offerings.

     

    For more information contact us via email:

    High Schools (Grades 9 - 12)
    FTfultonvirtualHS@fultonschools.org

More Information

  • Who should apply?

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    Fulton County students in grades 1 – 12 with underlying conditions or family circumstances due to COVID-19, who should not return to a school for face-to-face instruction. Students will receive full-time remote learning options that include virtual classrooms and one-on-one touchpoints (conducted virtually). The decision to enroll in individual remote learning or full-time Fulton Virtual is a voluntary choice by each family.

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  • Is this available to Students with Disabilities?

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    Yes. All students in grades 1-12 who have an underlying health, social or emotional condition, or a special or extenuating family circumstance that prevents them from safely returning to a face-to-face school environment due to COVID-19 are eligible to register. If a family of a student with a disability chooses to voluntarily enroll in this learning model, the student’s IEP team will convene to address any changes to the student’s IEP to address the programming and services in this alternative format. The District cannot make all classes, programs, services, and supports available in a remote environment for any student, and a parent’s choice to opt out of face-to-face instruction and into individual remote learning may result in decreased or different special education services

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Exceptional Children (Special Education) Frequently Asked Questions

How and when do I enroll my child?

  • Enroll

    Beginning on June 30 and ending July 22 at 5 p.m., families who are interested in enrolling students into Full-Time Fulton Virtual Learning should visit www.fultonschools.org/enrollment.

    Our website outlines the process for new and returning students with parent resources. If additional support or access to a computer kiosk is needed, families should contact their local school.