VLP 2021-2022 Grades 6-12 Registration Information
The deadline for registration for the Wilson County Schools Virtual Learning Program (“VLP”) for the School year 2021-22 was February 24, 2021, and enrollment in the VLP was closed at that time. Applications were reviewed by the district and students were accepted based on their academic history that would indicate success in the Virtual Program.Students may not be registered in the VLP after February 24, 2021, for the school year 2021-2022 except as stated in this Administrative Procedure.
Parents seeking to enroll their student, or eligible students age 18 or over seeking to enroll themselves in the VLP for the school year 2021-2022 after February 24, 2021, or appeal the denial of enrollment into the VLP for 2021-2022 must submit a request to the appropriate Supervisor of Instruction. Requests must detail the reason for the request, with documentation of such reason included, and explain why the February 24, 2021 deadline for enrollment was not met. Requests that do not contain all of this information will not be granted. The decision of the Supervisor of Instruction shall be final. Visit VLP Appeal/Late Registration for more information on submitting a request.
VLP Resources 2020-2021
View the Letter to VLP Parents, Student Handbook, and Addendum on the Student Handbook 2020-2021 information page.
FERPA Consent Form
Guidelines & Expectations
Daily Learning Schedules
Middle School VLP Daily Schedule - Through February 26, 2021
Middle School VLP Daily Schedule - Effective March 1, 2021
VLP Contact Information
If you have questions about the Virtual Learning Program, follow these steps below:
- Contact the teacher
- Contact the home/zoned school administrator contact
- Contact Jill Gilbert, VLP Admin
Elzie D. Patton Elementary School - LaConda McKinney
Gladeville Elementary School - Amy Dunlap
Lakeview Elementary School - Kori Medd
Mt. Juliet Elementary School - Brandy Comer
Rutland Elementary School - Shaunna Davis
Springdale Elementary School - Christine Miller
Stoner Creek Elementary School - Danielle Floyd
W.A. Wright Elementary School - Steven Wright
Watertown Elementary School - Kathleen Davis
West Elementary School - Rachel Cook
Wilson County Schools Virtual Learning Program ensures a virtual environment in which every student develops high personal expectations, knowledge, and skills necessary to be successful.
Virtual Learning Program FAQ
Virtual Learning Program FAQs
When do VLP classes start?
- Classes will start on January 11, 2021. More information will be provided during the Virtual Student Orientation.
Are Learning Coaches Required?
- Required for Grades K-8 in the virtual setting.
- Parents will need to stay informed of student's progress for all grade-levels K-12.
Are there resources for Learning Coaches?
- Yes, parents and/or Learning Coaches will be required to view several courses in Parent University prior to orientation.
Will VLP schedules be the same as the district schedule?
- Virtual learning schedules have been set-up to run independently of the regular school setting regardless of the district's model (Traditional/Hybrid/Remote). Students in the virtual setting will maintain a consistent schedule.
What will virtual schedules look like?
- Synchronous (learning at the same time) sessions will take place during school hours based on the teachers' teaching schedule.
- Asynchronous (learning independently) lessons and activities will be loaded online for students to complete by the due dates.
What about school supplies?
- Virtual learners will receive a suggested list of school supplies during virtual orientation. Any other school-issued workbooks, textbooks, or resources will be provided when devices are issued at orientation.