Section 21f - Online Learning
Reeths-Puffer Schools supports online learning, and as a district, we pride ourselves on forward movement on innovative uses of technology to support learning. RPHS offers challenging and rigorous curriculum by highly qualified teachers; however, we also understand that not all students learn at the same rate or in the same way. If considering online learning, we encourage parents to carefully review all information to be sure a 100% online course is ideal for their child given the fact that they will be forfeiting face-to-face teacher classroom instruction and support.
Steps for Online Learning
If your student is interested in pursuing this opportunity, please follow the steps below.
- DETERMINE IF YOUR CHILD IS READY FOR AN ONLINE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
- Review and discuss the Characteristics of Successful Online Learners
- Consider “why” enrolling your child in a 100% online course is the best choice for your child’s education
- Print and complete the Online Readiness Questionnaire
- Review the MVU Parent Guide to Online Learning
- Frequently asked questions about the 21f online learning
- REVIEW MICHIGAN’S ONLINE COURSE CATALOG OFFERINGS
- Determine if your child meets the criteria for taking a 21f online course.
- Review the course offerings in the Michigan's Online Course Catalog
- MEET WITH THE SCHOOL COUNSELOR TO COMPLETE ENROLLMENT
- Meet with the school counselor during the course registration window
- Print and complete the Online Learning Request Form
- Complete the Online Learning Contract
- Complete enrollment in the online course
If you have questions, contact your child's counselor. Thank you!
Credit to Hudsonville Public Schools and Northville Public Schools
State of MichiganState School Aid Act Section 21f
The State of Michigan under Section 21f of the State School Aid Act has launched the choice for parents to request that their student(s), in grades 6-12, be enrolled in no more than two (2) online courses in place of a currently scheduled course per trimester/semester. Enrollment in online courses under Section 21f cannot result in a course load that exceeds a full-time schedule.