Virtual Instruction Overview

  • Virtual Instruction Options for Franklin County Students:

    Remote Virtual Learning Options at Home
    K-12/Fuel Ed-
    Gives homeschooled students access to a rigorous curriculum in a non-traditional setting

    (through Panhandle Area Educational Consortium)
    Each K-12 student in My Virtual Classroom is considered enrolled in the school district of their residence and has access to all of the educational opportunities and resources they would as if they were attending a traditional classroom at a school in their district. Virtual students have day-to-day flexibility while following a traditional school calendar.  Students are expected to actively work in courses each week and complete courses within semester timelines.
    Franklin County School District Digital Innovative E-Learning (FCS Virtual)
    The digital innovative e-learning model provides families with an instructional model for the flexibility to meet their needs during these uncertain times, and reflects our District’s commitment to providing a high-quality instructional experience, no matter the setting. Students enrolling in e-learning for elementary and secondary will have a daily class schedule, class meetings, and digital resources and assignments that support an at home, asynchronous learning environment. E-learning teachers will follow a similar pacing guide to the on-campus learning environment.
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