• Virtual Learning

  • In response to feedback from our students, families, and teachers, NKC Schools is continuing to offer a 100% virtual learning option.

    For students in kindergarten through eighth grade, we offer fully virtual learning through the SchoolsPLP platform. SchoolsPLP is a fully online program, offering elementary and middle school students the opportunity to learn independently from home. The curriculum is aligned to Missouri Learning Standards and provides great flexibility as students have the ability to learn following their own schedules. Learn more about SchoolsPLP here.

    For students in high school, NKC Schools has established our High School Virtual Academy. This district program will offer a fully virtual learning experience for students in ninth through twelfth grade, with a menu of course options from which students will select. Learn more about the High School Virtual Academy here.

    All families are asked to make at least a semester commitment to a virtual learning option, limiting mid-year transitions between learning modes as has been the norm. Communication regarding second semester declarations will be sent in late fall. 

    Learn more: 

    Grades K-8: SchoolsPLP for Grades K-8
    Grades 9-12: High School Virtual Academy

    Select a virtual option: 

    The selection deadline has now passed. For questions, please contact Dr. Eric Sipes, Executive Director of Instructional Technology. 

     

    Information for 2022-23: 

    NKC Schools will continue to offer virtual options for students in the upcoming 2022-23 school year. For students in kindergarten through eighth grade, we will continue to offer fully virtual learning through the SchoolsPLP platform. For students in high school, NKC Schools will continue to offer the High School Virtual Academy. Families interested in virtual learning should contact their student's school during the enrollment process. 

Grades K-8: SchoolsPLP

Grades 9-12: High School Virtual Academy

Virtual Learning Readiness Checklist

  • Would virtual learning be a good fit for your student? As you consider selecting a virtual option, the following questions may be a helpful guide: 

    • Has your child demonstrated success in virtual learning previously? 
    • Has your child developed good time-management skills? Are they comfortable following a schedule and independently managing their work?
    • Is your child comfortable asking for help? 
    • Does your child have the technical skills to successfully learn in a virtual setting?