Board of Education
FULL-TIME VIRTUAL SCHOOL STUDENT INFORMATION
The RVA is a separate school within your school district. This means that enrolling in the RVA results in the student no longer being a student in the brick and mortar school, but remains a student in the resident district attending the Rural Virtual Academy. Students enrolled in the RVA do have the ability to take up to half their courses in-building and participate in WIAA sports.
FOR RVA STUDENTS WANTING TO TAKE COURSES IN-BUILDING:
The students/parent/guardian should contact the in-building school counselor to register for the in-building classes.
The in-building school will determine if the student will be able to enroll in the in-building course(s).
The student/parent/guardian should communicate any in-building courses with their RVA school counselor or student services coordinator and they will then work with the in-building school counselor to add these courses to their RVA schedule and transcript.
RVA students taking courses in-building are required to follow all behavior and attendance expectations for all in-building students.
PARTICIPATION IN WIAA SPORTS, CLUBS, CO-CURRICULARS, & EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:
RVA students may participate in WIAA sports, clubs, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities within their resident district.
RVA students must follow all codes of conduct and eligibility requirements associated with these activities.
RVA students wanting to attend in-building dances must complete dance guest forms and be pre-approved to attend the dance by the in-building administration.
Students enrolled in the RVA will receive an RVA issued diploma.
RVA students may choose to walk in their resident school’s or RVA’s graduation ceremony.
Local scholarship selections are left to the discretion of the funding source/selection committee.