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To determine which Virtual School your child is a part of (LC1, LC2, LC3 or LC4), please search for your child's home school in the following list: Learning Centre School List.
Virtual School Updates
Elementary Virtual School Family Newsletter
Code of Conduct
Virtual learning is a new experience for students, teachers and parents/guardians in response to COVID-19. While virtual learning is taking place at home, the same responsibilities and expectations of students and parents/guardians apply as they do for in-person learning. This includes existing board policies and procedures such as the TDSB Online Code of Conduct.
Outlined within the TDSB Virtual Schools Code of Conduct are guidelines and expectations for schools/educators, students and parents/guardians as well as information regarding privacy issues and expectations related to online learning.
Daily Synchronous Learning Requirement
Students will be taking part in synchronous (live/online) learning throughout the day with maximum class sizes and synchronous (live/online) learning times, as outlined below. The synchronous learning time requirements align with the Ministry of Education’s guidelines for virtual learning.
Daily Minimum Synchronous
Learning Time Requirement*
*This is in addition to asynchronous (independent work) learning time.
Virtual School French Programs
Each of the four Elementary Virtual Schools will have offerings of French Immersion and Extended French Programs. Please view this FAQ for more information:
French as a Second Language (FSL) Frequently Asked Questions - Return to School
Structure of Day
Learn more about requesting to be exempted from the minimum requirements of synchronous learning.Expectations for Synchronous Learning by Grade
Whole Group Instruction
5-6 sessions per day for short periods of time
4 sessions per day
Guided Instruction and Independent Work (Teacher oversees work and is available for questions)
2 sessions per day
2 sessions per day
3 sessions per day
Synchronous (live virtual) Check & Connect
1 sessions per day
Time in Minutes
Access to Devices
Every student in the Virtual School will be required to have a device. For those without access to a device, access will be arranged through the student’s home school through the Principal.
Entering From or Returning to In-Person Learning (Elementary)
We recognize that parents/guardians and/or students may want to switch between in-person learning and Virtual School. It is important to note that, for health and safety reasons, and because of the impact switching would have on staffing, physical distancing and space allocation, it will not be possible to immediately transition between the two models. As a result, an opportunity to enter the Virtual School or to return to in-person learning will be provided at key dates during the school year. Please visit the Switching Between Learning Models page for dates and more information.
Student Support Opportunities
A process will be established through the School Support Team for students in an Elementary Virtual School to have access to student support services including but not limited to special education resource support, social work, speech and language and psychology.
At this point in time, Elementary Specialized Programs will not be available in Virtual School.
TDSB Virtual School