Temporary Florida Virtual School Flex FAQs

Lexington students have been enrolled in Florida Virtual School. We will utilize this learning platform until we return to the school campus. 

When will this begin?

Students will be provided an FLVS username through their Lee County School District email account. At 9:45AM on Friday October 21st, students should log onto their 2nd Period Google Classroom and click on the posted Zoom Link. There, the teacher will share specific password information with each student and a welcome video. During this time students will also learn how to access the FLVS platform. 

What is the daily expectation for students?

Daily, students will follow Lexington's regular bell schedule. Students are required to check-in via Zoom with each of their teachers within the first 30 minutes of class. Zoom links will be housed in each teacher's Google Classroom.

After checking in via Zoom each period, students will log in to FLVS to access their learning content and complete assignments in each of these subject areas: ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies. All other course content and assignments will be accessible through the Google Classrooms that they have been utilizing this year.

What will virtual learning look like?

The nature of virtual learning is self-paced, however, students are required to follow their regular bell schedule each day. At the beginning of each scheduled class period, students should navigate to their assigned Google Classroom and click on the Zoom link provided by their teacher. This will allow teachers to mark students as present each class period. School district attendance policies apply. 


What are the keys to successful virtual learning?

It is always important to maintain a quiet and focused learning environment, even when learning outside of the school building. Students will need their class schedule (found in FOCUS), a clock, the bell schedule (on the lxm.leeschools website), their Chromebook, charger, paper, a pencil, and access to WIFI. 

What support will be offered?

Although much of the FLVS content is self-paced, students are expected to Zoom with their teachers every day during their regularly scheduled class time for support. If additional support is needed, students should communicate with their teacher to schedule a time for more help. 

What should be done if technology is a problem?

If your child has a broken or damaged Chromebook, you may bring the device to our student reunification event. If your device is missing, we will have replacements available at our student reunification event. We will also have hotspots available for those without reliable internet access. Our reunification event will be held in the Auditorium at Cypress Lake High School on October 20th from 3:00PM to 5:00PM. 

After reunification on October 20th, please inform your math teacher of any technology needs. 

What are the hours my child is expected to work virtually each day?

Students are expected to follow their regular bell schedule. 

How long until we will return to our school campus?

The district and our partners are working diligently to ensure that we can come back together at our Lexington campus as quickly as possible. The target date of return has been set for October 31st, and as that date approaches more specific information will become available.

Will there be homework help and tutoring?

Teachers will be available each day via Zoom to offer support and instruction to students.

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