West Linn-Wilsonville School District is proud to offer an Online Learning option that allows students and families to personalize their learning experience.
The WLWV Online Program is part of the West Linn-Wilsonville School District with students registering through their home school. Any student in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District, who is either enrolled in the district already or who lives within district boundaries, is eligible to enroll in the WLWV Online Program. Students will be asked to register by July 24 to allow for staffing and planning prior to the 2020-21 school year.
The WLWV Online Program is a year-long fully virtual K-12 online learning option for students. Students enrolled in the WLWV Online Program will complete all coursework at home while having access to all the activities, athletics, clubs, and enrichment offered at their home school. The WLWV Online Program will utilize high-quality curriculum and materials, including access to a district-provided Chromebook. Students will be assigned a WLWV teacher(s) who will provide support.
Students and families may choose to enroll in the WLWV Online Program for a variety of reasons, including:
- High-quality, comprehensive program
- Ability to design learning around the needs of individual students
- The WLWV Online Program is taught by district teachers
- Flexibility in schedule and learning
- Family preference
- Health Needs
Students enrolled in the WLWV Online Program will receive:
- Rigorous and dynamic instructional materials and curriculum based on state standards and district practices.
- Personalized academic and counseling support
- Opportunities for virtual interaction with teacher(s) and peers through video conferencing
- Access to specialists, including school counselors, special education teachers, ELD teachers, and other staff
- District-provided Chromebook
Primary students will be assigned a classroom teacher who will meet with each family (virtually) to develop the student’s plan and oversee all facets of the instructional learning experience. Parent-guardians will serve as the parent/Learning Coach and are expected to work side-by-side with their child to facilitate progress through the daily lessons. On average, parent-guardians can expect to spend 4-6 hours per day supporting student learning. The student's assigned teacher will stay in close contact, communicating regularly by phone, email, or video conferencing.
All core subjects are offered through the WLWV Online Program, including language arts, math, science, and social studies. Music, art, and world language options will also be incorporated.
Courses are flexibly-paced and are complemented by hands-on materials, allowing teachers to design a learning program just right for each student.
The WLWV Online Program for grades 6-8 includes the core content classes of mathematics, language arts, social studies, science, and health, as well as a variety of middle school electives to choose from.
Courses are flexibly-paced and designed around the unique needs of each student. Staff will work with parent-guardians and students to develop their learning program. Parent-guardians will act as their student's Learning Coach, providing support for accessing content and maintaining consistent attendance and participation. View the course offerings for middle level.
The WLWV Online Program for high school students offers an expansive curriculum of courses that will allow students the flexibility to choose their learning journey and graduate from their regular high school. Mathematics, English, science and history courses are available in multiple levels — including grade level, Honors, and college-level AP offerings in addition to remediation and Credit Recovery. The diverse list of course offerings will meet the diverse needs of WLWV students. Students can take up to four years of world language, including AP, and choose from a large list of electives in line with what is offered in the district's Hybrid model.
A district staff member will work with parent-guardians and their student to develop their learning program. Parent-guardians will act as their student’s Learning Coach, providing support for accessing content and maintaining consistent attendance and participation.
Students will still have access to all the activities, athletics, clubs, and enrichment offered at their home high school. High school students will, including high school seniors, will have access to counseling support for financial aid, scholarships, and post-high school planning. View the list of course offerings for the High School Level.
This WLWV Online Program webpage will continue to be updated with more information as it is available. Contact Program Director Carolyn Miller with questions.
Opportunities to Learn More
Join us for WLWV Online Program virtual information sessions to learn more about the WLWV Online Program.
Upcoming meetings include:
Wednesday, July 1, from Noon-1 p.m.
Meeting ID: 981 0938 2285
Join by Phone: +1 669 900 6833
Meeting ID: 981 0938 2285
Monday, July 6, from 5-6 p.m.
Zoom meeting details will be posted closer to the meeting.