To enroll students into NCVPS courses, schools must be prepared to take on the responsibilities listed below.
- Establish an e-learning advisor (ELA) who becomes the point of contact for NCVPS teachers and staff. The ELA is typically a school advisor, but lab facilitators, certified teachers, media specialists, assistant principals, and principals have filled the role, too.
- Register NCVPS student properly:
Check our course prerequisites.
Make sure students are enrolled in the correct course (Early Start, traditional, yearlong, block, standard, honors, AP, etc).
Issue students their usernames and passwords.
- Be aware of the NCVPS funding formula and how your district’s or charter school’s allotment works.
- Understand our grading policy.
- Send students to our Getting Started as an NCVPS Student web page.
- Print and distribute to students our printable guides.
- Record NCVPS enrollments in PowerSchool.
- Ensure that students go through the NCVPS Canvas Tour before classes begin.
- Ensure students have internet connectivity and computer if they are taking the class outside of school.
- Ensure students have textbooks and materials.
- Ensure NCVPS instructors are aware of IEP/504s and that the EC specialist at your school is involved with the student’s NCVPS online courses.
- Act as liaison between students and NCVPS instructors.
- Assist NCVPS instructors in contacting students.
- Drop students on or before the tenth day of class if the student is not going to take the course.
- Inform NCVPS if students withdraw from your school or if they transfer to another school.
- Administer EOC, NCFE, and CTE exams.
- Use NCVPS school code on AP Exams (in addition to your school code).
- Share progress reports with students throughout the semester.
- Record final grades in PowerSchool.