Personal characteristics and actions will influence your success as a virtual learning student. To be successful in your ACCESS course, you will need to be able to learn independently, use a computer efficiently and communicate effectively. We encourage you to maintain a pace that will allow you to complete your assignments on time and communicate daily with your ACCESS teacher and ACCESS Facilitator.
Just like in traditional brick-and-mortar school buildings, parents of online students need to take an active role in supporting their child’s academic success. It is important to remember that you can be a constant support for your child. Keeping your child on task and helping them create time management skills will be key your child's success in ACCESS. In addition to supporting time management skills, parents should also ensure that child is logging in daily to the classes, discussing academic grades and progress, and require compliance with ACCESS and local school guidelines.