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Milwaukee Public Schools Virtual Program

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The MPS Virtual Program (MVP) was developed in Fall 2021 to give families education options in addition to in-person learning. Paul Kroog is the Assistant Principal in Charge. For the 2021-22 school year, the MPS Virtual Program starts on September 2, 2021.

Who is eligible?

Children in grades K4–12.

How is the program delivered?

The MPS Virtual Program is completely online and is delivered via Edgenuity virtual instruction.

  • This program is asynchronous for grades 6–12 (students work at their own pace, on their own schedule). Students in K4–5th grade receive 60 minutes per day of synchronous (face-to-face) instruction with a teacher.
  • Students can participate in extracurricular activities at the MPS school previously attended.
  • Students remain in the program until the end of the semester. If desired, they may transition to in-person learning at the end of a semester.

Why choose the MPS Virtual Program?

MVP is a Milwaukee Public Schools program with the same accreditation and accountability required for in-person schools by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. MVP provides a more flexible schedule in an environment that families choose themselves.

MPS also offers the Milwaukee Virtual Education Program (MVEP). To compare programs, please visit  the Milwaukee Virtual Education Program webpage.

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Keys to Success in Virtual Learning

Students who adopt disciplined study habits increase their chances of success at online coursework.

  • Schedule time each day to work on courses.
  • Stay on or ahead of pace with all coursework.
  • Read all information, view all resources, and be responsible for understanding and following the information provided.
  • Read and act upon teacher feedback within 24 hours.
  • Communicate regularly with online instructors.
  • Work closely with MVP staff to select appropriate courses and communicate needs.

Contact

Milwaukee Public Schools Virtual Program
Will Luedtke, Assistant Principal In Charge
Phone: 414-252-0241
Email: luedtkwj@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

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