Volusia Schools will not offer hybrid learning next school year

District will still offer an online option

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VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – Volusia County Public Schools will not offer Volusia Live next school year, according to Superintendent Dr. Scott Fritz.

Volusia Live offered online learning in sync with on-campus schedules, unlike virtual school which is independent of a school schedule.

The district will still offer an online option amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Parents will be able to enroll their child in a face-to-face learning option or they can enroll their child in Volusia Online Learning as a full-time student, according to Fritz.

Any parent interested in enrolling their child in Volusia Online Learning can click this link, the deadline to apply is July 18.

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Anyone with questions about the learning options can call 386-506-0014.

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