Fairfield Union Local School District is in a Modified Green Status Level
Unless enrolled in the 100% Remote Learning Program, all students will report to school Monday through Thursday under the Modified Green Status Level.  All students will transition to remote learning every Friday under the Modified Green Status Level.
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Virtual Learning Academy Information

Virtual Learning Academy

How do I enroll my children?

Students who are utilizing the Virtual Learning Module remain a student at Fairfield Union, therefore, the only action that parents need to complete is the Virtual Learning Academy Application below.  (Please do not attempt to enroll on the Jefferson County VLA site.)  
For those with multiple children, please complete the application for each child in your household separately.  Once you have completed the VLA application, you will be contacted by Fairfield Union to discuss your child's VLA schedule.
APPLICATION FOR VIRTUAL LEARNING ACADEMY - the deadline to apply for November 2 admission to the Virtual Learning Academy is October 26.

At the beginning of each school year, parents are also required to complete the OneView forms.  

NOTE:  Parents/Guardians of students who wish to return to in-person instruction should contact their building principal.
For questions regarding our virtual learning platform, contact Mike Myers by phone at 740-536-7384 or by email at [email protected].

Parent/Student Online Option Expectations

In order to effectively manage the delivery of VLA, parents and students must understand the following:

  • VLA, or another online curriculum, cannot fully replicate the learning experience found with in-person teaching.
  • Parents and the students accept additional responsibility in an online (at-home) learning environment.
  • The District expects parents choosing this option for their child to commit to at least a quarter - (nine weeks).  Students should not be switching back-and-forth between online learning and in-person attendance frequently.  This provides for consistency for our teachers and students.
  • Teachers may not be available to assist students as frequently as the online student or their parents may desire.  Teachers will be instructing and supervising students in-person within our school buildings.  Teachers may not be available to assist students outside of their contractual work hours.
  • Parents and students should expect up to five (5) days before VLA lessons are available.  Once a choice is made to access learning through the VLA platform there are set-up procedures that need to take place prior to lessons being available.
  • Students must comply with assignment due dates.
  • Students must sign-in electronically to the online learning platform each day Fairfield Union Schools are scheduled to be in session to be counted as in attendance.
  • Lessons/assignments may be different for online VLA students than those assigned or provided to students attending in-person instruction; however, the lesson/assignment will address the same concepts and standards of instruction.
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VLA - Frequently Asked Questions

Fairfield Union is partnering with Jefferson County Educational Service Center to provide an online alternative for our students.  We have created a list of Frequently Asked Questions to assist parents when making their decision regarding their child's education.
1. Will my child be considered a Fairfield Union Local School District (FULSD) student? 
  • Yes, your child will remain a student of FULSD and can participate in extracurricular activities. 

  • Students will remain on a FULSD K-4 class roster or have a MS/HS schedule.  Not all FULSD elective classes are offered through VLA.

 2. Where does this online virtual academy come from? 
  • The program comes from Jefferson County ESC. To learn more about the program click on the following link: Virtual Learning Academy . The Virtual Learning Academy (VLA) is an online curriculum provider offering over 250 core and elective courses to students in grades K-12.  VLA courses are 100% aligned to Ohio's Content Standards, which are rooted in the National Academic Content Standards. Since 2004, VLA has enrolled over 50,000 students in 173 Ohio school districts.  VLA also has students enrolled from all 50 states and 31 countries.  


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Everything you need to know about our Status Levels and Instructional Model

The following document outlines our Phases of School and Delivery of Instruction.

In addition, visit the following link to learn more about Status Level Orange and Red and what that means for Remote Learning.


Food Service for VLA Students

          The Fairfield Union Local School District will make every effort to maintain daily food distribution services for currently enrolled students in a remote learning environment.  Click the more link for further details.
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Notices and Disclosures

Please note:  Each form or document is listed twice.  The first is in PDF format.  The second is an RTF file which is required for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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