HANOVER COUNTY, Va. -- Hanover County families can now register their students for full-time online school for the 2020-2021 school year.
Hanover's school reopening plan allows families to pick the option that is best for their students - either full-time in-person or online learning.
The online option will be K-12 and operate in all phases of the Governor’s reopening order.
"The online school will also follow a consistent daily schedule that will include online meetings with teachers and classmates, independent and small group work opportunities, and academic intervention when needed," school officials said in a message to families.
Families who would like their child to attend the online school must complete the Online School Request for Registration form by Friday, July 31.
"Counselors will be reviewing registration requests, and families will receive an email when the transfer to the online school is complete and/or may be contacted by phone if questions arise about course requests," said a school official. "We appreciate your patience as we move forward with the scheduling process and look forward to welcoming your students in our online school!"
Families who chose face-to-face learning do not need to take any action at this time.
The school district announced they will host a virtual town hall meeting to address community questions prior to the online school registration deadline.
Details on how to attend and submit questions have not been released at this time.
For more information about the online school and for updates on the virtual town hall, click here.