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Enrollment at Florida Virtual School Full Time to Open on May 3, Flex Kindergarten-12 Options Also Available

Apr. 29, 2021

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Congratulations Hali Van Reeth 2022 FLVS Teacher of the Year

Florida Virtual School Announces 2022 Teacher of the Year

Feb. 11, 2021
Florida Virtual School (FLVS), a statewide online public school district, is proud to announce the FLVS representative for the Florida Department of Education’s 2022 Teacher of the Year program is Hali Van Reeth. Hali Van Reeth was selected as the 2022 FLVS Teacher of the Year from more than 2,400 instructors. Van Reeth, an FLVS Flex Middle School Comprehensive Science Teacher, recognizes that the learning needs are different for each student and strives to help each student succeed. She works with at-risk students re-shaping their perspective of school and/or helping them through challenging experiences and/or times in their lives resulting in a positive and inspiring impact on each student. Van Reeth, who has been with FLVS for more than five years, also serves as a Lead Teacher and Academic Success Coach in her subject area.

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Congratulations Dominique Baroco 2021 FLVS Principal of the Year

Florida Virtual School Announces 2021 Principal of the Year

Feb. 11, 2021
Florida Virtual School (FLVS), a statewide online public school district, recently announced the FLVS representative for the Florida Department of Education’s 2021 Principal of the Year program is Dominique Baroco.

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Don't want your kid back in the classroom next year? Here are some virtual school options

Sun Sentinel | Apr. 13, 2021

Raise your hand if you want your children who are learning at home to return for on-campus learning next year. That’s what I thought.

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Online Schools Are Here to Stay, Even After the Pandemic

The New York Times | Apr. 11, 2021
Rory Levin, a sixth grader in Bloomington, Minn., used to hate going to school. He has a health condition that often makes him feel apprehensive around other students.

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Statewide virtual schools keep students with disabilities connected

District Administration | Feb. 23, 2021
Statewide virtual schools may be an option for students with disabilities to access and benefit from their educational program even after schools reopen nationwide.

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