• 2024-2025 Academic School Year

    MVUSD's Learn@Home operates under Independent Study guidance and, as such, we are able to provide home-based learning options that offer more flexibility than our traditional models.  With varying levels of support, our programs are able to provide more customization that is student centered and takes into account a student's unique learning style, personalized pacing needs, and family circumstances which may require flexibility within a non-classroom-based learning environment. We work with our families to help design a program that best suits their scholar's needs and we can adjust and tailor as those needs change.  

    We strive to serve all learners, including students who have identified or suspected special education needs.  Prior to determining if our non-traditional options are a good fit for your learner, we invite you to participate in an intake meeting with our counselor or site principal.  

    PROGRAM OPTIONS

    Grades K-5 

    Parent/Caregiver-Led Instruction, Homeschooling Option (Teacher Supported) 

    • Grades K-3:Parent/caregiver is the primary instructor and uses the district-provided curriculum. The curriculum is aligned with state standards and district goals. 
    • Grades K-3: daily synchronous instruction (virtual) with supervising teacher (Student Success Coach) - not to exceed 45 minutes. Parents are responsible for instruction for all content beyond this instructional time. 
    • Grades 4-5: Digital curriculum is used to support learners and reduce the necessary instructional support needed from families. 
    • Grades 4-5: opportunities for daily live interaction (digital check-in with a staff member) 
    • Grades 4-5: weekly synchronous instruction with supervising teacher (Student Success Coach)- not to exceed 30 minutes. Parents are responsible for instruction for all content beyond this instructional time. 
    • Grades K-5: Parent/Student/Support Teacher In-Person meeting to review Student Learning Plan (at least once every two weeks) 

    For all Programs:

    • Supervising teachers will monitor student progress.
    • All technology, curriculum, and basic school supplies are provided by MVUSD. 
    • Must sign a Learning Agreement prior to beginning program. 
    • Students may enroll back at their resident site upon parent request.  
    • Opportunities to support students depending on need.  
    • For students with IEPs, will need to hold an IEP to determine offer of FAPE. 

    Grades 6-8 

    A blend of virtual instruction and digital-based courses are offered for Grades 6-8.  

    • Student is required to attend scheduled virtual instruction in select, core academic areas.
    • Student is responsible for completing the assigned work using the district's adopted computer-based programs in each assigned course area. 
    • Weekly synchronous instruction with supervising teacher (Support Teacher) 
    • In-Person, Parent/Student/Partner Teacher meeting to review Student Learning Plan (as needed)  

    Grades 9-12

    All coursework is accessed through digital-based courses. 

    • Student is responsible for completing the assigned work using the district's adopted computer-based programs in each assigned course area.
    • Credentialed teachers provide oversight and support to all individual content areas. 
    • High school liaison supports learners with their pacing and communicates ongoing needs. 
    • Student is required to attend weekly virtual meeting.
    • Educator, student and parent meetings held as needed. 

    Additional Key Points 

    • Grades 6-12 may take advantage of co-enrollment opportunities at the student’s resident site (up to two courses). 
    • All technology, curriculum, and basic school supplies provided by MVUSD. 
    • Must sign a Master Agreement/Learning Agreement prior to beginning program. 
    • Students may enroll back at their resident site upon parent request.  
    • Opportunities to support students depending on need.  
    • For students with IEPs, will need to hold an IEP to determine best program option.  

    To submit for interest in Learn@Home, please complete this form and a team member will contact you. 

    For more information, please contact a team member at 951-304-1592 or email us regarding your interest  learnathome@mvusd.org