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.
Hello VCS families and staff (a thread),— Supt. Dr. Scott Fritz, Volusia County Schools (@VCSSuperFritz) April 15, 2021
As we are all committed to making the last quarter of this school year a success, we are also anxiously looking forward to the 2021-2022 school year and the learning options available to students. (1/4) pic.twitter.com/XMKQesi4c3
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.
Anyone with questions about the learning options can call 386-506-0014.