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SAFE DRIVING AWARENESS AND FAMILY DAY PLANNED FOR APRIL 29 AT WATERFORD LAKES TOWN CENTER

Apr 13, 2017

In support of National Safety Council’s Distracted Driving Awareness month, Florida Virtual School® (FLVS®)  will host an educational Safe Driving and Family Day in partnership with Waterford Lakes Town Center to increase automotive safety and awareness on Saturday, April 29, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot located behind Old Navy. The event will feature guest speakers and vendors providing safety tips to parents and students, family activities, treats and more at Orlando’s largest open air shopping, dining and entertainment destination.

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FLORIDA VIRTUAL SCHOOL FULL TIME OPENS ENROLLMENT FOR 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR

Apr 12, 2017

Florida Virtual School Full Time (FLVS Full Time), a statewide online public school, is now accepting enrollments for grades Kindergarten-12 for the 2017-18 school year. The enrollment process can be completed online at www.flvsft.com.

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Florida Virtual School® Board Chair Receives Women on the Move Award

Mar 23, 2017

Dr. Dhyana Ziegler, Florida Virtual School (FLVS) Board Chair, was recently presented with the “Women on the Move” award from ONYX Magazine.

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Florida Virtual School and FLVS Global School Reminds Student-Athletes to Not Drop the Ball on Academic Requirements

Mar 16, 2017

With all eyes on March Madness and college sports, Florida Virtual School® (FLVS®) and FLVS Global School remind high school student-athletes to get off the sidelines and check their NCAA eligibility requirements. NCAA-approved courses, in subjects such as English, mathematics, science and social studies, are critical components for student-athletes who need to maintain their academic eligibility if they hope to pursue college athletics. 

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Florida Virtual School Students Enjoy Field Trip Outings

Feb 22, 2017

Florida Virtual School (FLVS®), a statewide public school district in Florida, recently provided their students the opportunity to attend various field trips out into their communities. On Friday, February 10, FLVS FLEX Elementary students from all across the state gathered with their classmates and teachers to visit local venues. Even though the students learn virtually, FLVS understands the importance of having students out in their community to see and experience first-hand what they are learning in class.  

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