SCHOOL DISTRICTS


PARTICIPATING PARTNERS

The following school districts are currently participating in the Schuylkill County Online Learning program full-time cyber school option:

  • Gillingham Charter
  • North Schuylkill
  • Pine Grove Area
  • Pottsville Area
  • Schuylkill Haven Area
  • St. Clair Area
  • Williams Valley

The following school districts are currently participating in the Schuylkill County Online Learning summer school credit recovery program:

  • Blue Mountain High School
  • Mahanoy Area School District
  • Minersville Area Jr-Sr High School
  • North Schuylkill Elementary
  • North Schuylkill Jr-Sr High School
  • Pine Grove Area High School
  • Pine Grove Area Middle School
  • Pottsville Area DHH Lengel Middle School
  • Pottsville Area High School
  • St. Clair Area Elementary/Middle School
  • Shenandoah Valley High School
  • Shenandoah Valley Elementary School
  • Tamaqua Area Middle School
  • Tamaqua Area High School
  • Tri-Valley Jr-Sr High School
  • Williams Valley High School
  • Williams Valley Elementary School

The following school districts are currently participating in the Schuylkill County Online Learning summer school accelerated learning program:

  • D.H.H. Lengel Middle School
  • Mahanoy Area School District
  • North Schuylkill Elementary
  • North Schuylkill Jr-Sr High School
  • St. Clair Area Elementary/Middle School
  • Williams Valley High School (Health and PE only)

Other districts may be in the process of establishing an agreement with Schuylkill County Online Learning or may have opted to provide an alternative cyber education program. Students with an interest in SCOL who live in districts not listed above should contact their school guidance counselor for more information.

NEW AND IMPROVED

Schuylkill County Online Learning has expanded to meet these important needs:

  • more K—12 course offerings
  • greater teacher support
  • credit recovery options
  • advanced placement courses
  • physical education solution
  • synchronous lessons
  • accelerate program
  • honors classes

Schuylkill County Online Learning now partners with multiple cyber education vendors: Edgenuity, Fuel Education providing K-12 curriculum, and K12.

CONVENIENT SOLUTIONS

Schuylkill County Online Learning can be used by districts to fill in personnel gaps, to augment existing curriculum, and to support special programs or circumstances, such as summer school, alternative education, expulsions, etc.

GOALS

  • provide options for online experiences for students in Schuylkill County schools
  • provide opportunities for current cyber students to return to school districts
  • offer a flexible alternative for districts to customize learning opportunities for students

FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS FOR STUDENTS

  • students who want a full-time cyber option
  • students who want/need a part-time cyber option
  • hybrid models (STC, gifted education)
  • credit recovery (summer course option)
  • expanded existing curriculum
  • students with IEPs (full- or part-time options)

Districts can meet IEP accommodations by utilizing a district special education teacher or by contracting with the BCIU to provide full-service options customized to meet individual needs.
  • accelerate (summer course options)

SIU’S ROLE

SIU works with school districts, students, families, hardware suppliers, and cyber education vendors through every step of the program, ensuring a quality educational experience.

SIU functions as a liaison between local district guidance counselors, online instructors, and students, monitoring student progress and providing status updates.

SIU Support Services
To facilitate an effective, rewarding educational experience, SIU provides individualized student advising services, including:

  • Enrollment assistance
  • Education plan creation
  • Academic support
  • Student progress monitoring and measurement
  • Attendance tracking
  • Regular contact with students and their parents and guardians
  • SIU offers expert administrative support so that students and their families can focus on learning.

SCHOOL DISTRICT INQUIRES

For more information about the possibility of providing the Schuylkill County Online Learning program to students in your district, school personnel should contact Diane Best or Vince Hoover at info@iu29.org or 570-544-9131 x1229.