ASD at Home - ASD Virtual Program

  • Carol Boatman, Director of Learning Innovation, discusses the ASD at Home Virtual Program.

    The new virtual program maintains a connection to neighborhood/choice schools while learning from home.

     

    The ASD Virtual Program will: 

    • Engage students with an interactive approach to learning
    • Provide a consistent and reliable plan for students and families
    • Offer courses aligned to learning standards
    • Ensure secondary courses meet NCAA and graduation requirements
    • Provide resources to support parents as learning coaches for their students
    • Ensure virtual teachers have been trained to engage students and support online learners

     

    The virtual program is still connected to a student’s neighborhood/choice school.
    Parents and students will continue to: 

    •  Have opportunities to participate in activities, clubs, and athletics
    • Access academic planning and graduation support
    •  Receive school communications 

     

    Additional ASD Virtual Resources

     

    To enroll in ASD at Home Virtual Program, please contact your neighborhood school/school of choice.




ASD at Home: Virtual Elementary FAQs

  • How will students and parents access their courses?

  • What makes it new?

  • Why would I want to enroll in the program?

  • Who is teaching the program?

  • What does learning look like in the program?

  • What courses are being offered?

  • If I want to take a single virtual course with my traditional course load, how do I do that?

  • I want to change a virtual course, how do I do that?

  • What support will my student have to be successful?

  • Will students in the ASD at Home Virtual Program earn grades?

  • Will each student receive a device?

  • How can my child with an IEP or 504 plan participate in ASD Virtual?

  • Will ASD at Home Virtual Program be synchronous or asynchronous?

  • If I enroll in the ASD Virtual program, will the virtual teacher be a teacher from my school?

  • Can my ASD at Home Virtual Program student go back to the classroom if our family feels comfortable?

  • My student is at a charter school or alternative school. If I decide to attend school 100% online through the new ASD at Home Virtual Program, do I lose my place at that school?

  • If we choose ASD Virtual Program, how will families obtain materials from Calvert?

ASD at Home: Virtual Secondary FAQs

  • How will students access their courses?

  • What makes it new?

  • Why would I want to enroll in the program?

  • Who is teaching the program?

  • What does learning look like in the program?

  • What courses are being offered?

  • If I want to take a single virtual course with my traditional course load, how do I do that?

  • I want to change a virtual course, how do I do that?

  • What support will my student have to be successful?

  • Will students in the ASD at Home Virtual Program earn grades?

  • Will each student receive a device?

  • How can my child with an IEP or 504 plan participate in ASD Virtual?

  • Will ASD at Home Virtual Program be synchronous or asynchronous?

  • If I enroll in the ASD Virtual program, will the virtual teacher be a teacher from my school?

  • Can my ASD at Home Virtual Program student go back to the classroom if our family feels comfortable?

  • My student is at a charter school or alternative school. If I decide to attend school 100% online through the new ASD at Home Virtual Program, do I lose my place at that school?




Additional Questions?

We have retired the Google Form process to get faster responses to families with questions through the Help Center or through their neighborhood/choice school.

Last Modified on September 15, 2020