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Online Learning

newRegistration for online summer school is now open!

Registration for Spring online courses is now closed

Three options for Summer School 2014. Please click the links for additional information and registration links. All registration is online, no forms needed!

  • ONLINE Learning (June 23—August 1)
    • Digital Learning Department online courses
    • For grade imporvement, acceleration, courses needed for graduation requirements
    • Two to three in-person requirements
    • Registration is due June 16th
  • LIVE Summer School (dates vary)
    • Classes are in-person held at Issaquah High School.
    • For grade improvement and/or credit recovery
    • Registration deadline June 22

Important information! Please note the following in-person requirements for students enrolled in an online course during the school year

  • Students must participate in an in-person orientation at the start of the course.
  • Students are required to attend weekly online meetings/support sessions with the building mentor. The days and times vary by school. Please check with the school counselor regarding the schedule at your school. Students must agree to this commitment.
  • Students are required to take midterms and finals in-person, proctored. The proctored sessions will be at each high school and the schedule will be communicated to the students.

How does the registration process work?

  • Print the Request for Outside Credit form, complete the first page and submit both pages to your counselor for approval.
  • The counselor will complete the form and submit to the Online Learning Department for registration.
  • The Online Learning Department (Marianne Kaluza/Audrey Winslow) will email the student confirmation of enrollment and payment information if applicable.
  • Already signed up for a spring online course? You will receive an email soon regarding confirmation of your registration and details for the in-person orientation.

Questions?

Online Learning Coordinator Marianne Kaluza

Registrar Audrey Winslow


Overview

Online Learning is a growing part of the education landscape, and the Issaquah School District is developing new strategies for students to take advantage of flexible learning opportunities. Voters approved Tech Levy funds in February 2010 which are helping us expand our options for students.

With the approval of our new Online Learning policy and procedures in August 2010, we are now participating in the OSPI Digital Learning Department (DLD) program which offers OSPI-approved online courses.

Existing district policies apply for all Online Learning opportunities (registration, drop policy, academic integrity, discipline, technology use, etc.) OSPI approved online courses are granted credit in the same manner as other course offerings in the district. Students are also expected to comply with the OSPI DLD and Online Course Provider policies.

Are you ready for Online Learning?

The quizzes and surveys available on the OSPI DLD website will give you a clearer picture of what it is like to be an online student. Online courses are rigorous and require a time commitment similar to your regular courses.

What are your options?

Various options are available for high school or middle school students interested in a course that is not offered at their school, does not fit in their schedule or is approved by the principal for good cause.

How do you proceed during the school year?

Submit a signed Request for Outside Credit form to your counselor. Once approved by the counselor, the principal must approve the request in order for registration to proceed. The counselor will notify the Online Learning Coordinator who will collect payment, if required, and register you in the course.

Do you have questions about Online Learning?

You can find answers to basic questions about Online Learning on our FAQ page.

Who can you contact for more information?

Online Learning Coordinator Marianne Kaluza

Registrar Audrey Winslow

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