21f Online Learning Opportunities
Section 21f of the FY2013 State School Aid Act expands access to digital learning options for students in Michigan. This legislation enables public school students in grades 6-12, with the consent of a parent or guardian, to enroll in up to two online courses during an academic, semester. Enrollment in online courses under Section 21f cannot result in a course load that exceeds a full-time schedule. Deadline for course enrollment is the last day of previous semester. These courses will contain letter grades just like regular courses.
First review the course offerings in Odysseyware courses on their site or look at the courses available in the Michigan's Online Course Catalog . Please be aware that not all Odysseyware courses are of enough rigor and may not be approved.
Additional parent resources include the following:
- Parent Guide to Online Learning https://mvlri.org/resources/guides/parent-guide/
- Student Guide to Online Learning https://mvlri.org/resources/guides/student-guide/
Attend a meeting with your counselor to decide what is best for your student. At this meeting you will receive a copy of the Student/Parent Contract.
Decide which courses to take and turn in the Contract to the Student Success Office by the appropriate deadline. June 1st for the following fall semester and December 1st for the Spring semester. Student(s) will be approved/denied and given notification. Student will meet with 21 Coordinator on 1st day of classes of semester.
Any questions please email at firstname.lastname@example.org