Online Learning
The Green Bay Area Public School District provides many middle and high school students the opportunity to take online courses.  Well-designed courses in numerous content areas are currently accessed through the Wisconsin eSchool Network (WEN).  Classes are taught by Wisconsin-based and licensed teachers, delivered through the Internet and may be accessed from home or school computers.  A Green Bay School District mentor, called a Local Education Guide (LEG), offers support to foster student achievement.  Credit is awarded for successful completion of each class.
 
Referrals must be initiated by the student’s school counselor following an application and contract submission and with the recommendation of the home school’s Intervention/Consultation Team.  This option is designed to meet specific learning needs for students who are prepared to learn outside the conventional classroom. 
 
Online learning provides:
• flexibility to facilitate a customized schedule designed to meet students’ individual goals.
• access to courses not available at Green Bay high schools.
• accelerated learning and enrichment for high achieving students.
• approved coursework for non-traditional students and those with extenuating circumstances.

Enrollment in an online course may occur at almost any point in the school year and students are afforded a specified time-frame for course completion. 
 
Further information about this opportunity may be obtained through the Online Program Office (920) 448-7388 or from the school counselor at the student’s home building.  Pertinent information, a course catalog, and necessary forms may be accessed from the GreenBayOnline wiki.
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