Charlotte County Public Schools announces plans for in-person, remote students for 2021-22 school year

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CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Public school students in Charlotte County will either spend every school day in the classroom or with Virtual Virginia instructors for the 2021-2022 school year.

According to Charlotte County Public Schools (CCPS), the school district will provide in-person instruction five days per week during the upcoming school year.

For students who plan to learn remotely, though, school officials say Virtual Virginia will provide remote instruction via Canvas with their own teachers, not CCPS teachers.

However, remote students will reportedly remain students of CCPS and will be held accountable for all attendance regulations.

In order to enroll remote students in Virtual Virginia and prepare for in-person instruction, the school district is asking parents to complete and submit the survey found on the CCPS website, in your child’s Google Classroom, or picked up at his or her school beginning at noon on Friday, April 23.

Charlotte County school officials say this form must be completed for each child by Friday, April 30.

If you have any questions, you are asked to reach out to your child’s school.

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