K-5 Remote Learning

Grandville Public Schools is pleased to offer a remote option for our elementary students in K-5. (Sixth-grade remote students will be looped in with our middle school remote program instead of our elementary program.) Daily attendance is required and a year-long commitment will be expected. The application link is below.
Remote learning options are intended for a small percentage of students, possibly due to unique circumstances or need, who would succeed in a virtual classroom and learning environment. All special services and programs may not be available in the virtual learning environment. Certain services and programs may require in-person learning.
For K-5 virtual programming for 2022-23, we will be collaborating with Kelloggsville Public Schools. Program highlights include: 
  • Classes are taught by Kelloggsville virtual teachers, but for extra support, students will also have a Grandville learning mentor. The mentor will check in with students regularly for support and be available to help if needed.
  • Students remain enrolled as Grandville students.
  • The teachers will use both asynchronous (recorded) and synchronous (live) lessons and a specific virtual curriculum.
  • There is a balance of live instruction, recorded lessons, and independent student work.
  • The daily schedule is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., with lesson support and live lessons available. Every morning begins with a live check in and lesson with the classroom teacher. Each day ends with virtual Q-&-A sessions from 2 to 3 p.m.
  • Students receive grade-level learning Reading, Writing, Math, Science and Social Studies.
  • Lessons are organized and coordinated through a Learning Management System (LMS) called Schoology. This is similar to our use of Seesaw.
  • Specials are offered daily, including Art, Music or Physical Education. 
We are proud to have the positive relationship with our neighbors that allows this collaboration and opportunity to maintain a virtual program offering for our community. We are confident this program will support and maintain the high academic standards we strive to achieve for all our students. 

Elementary Remote Program Contact

If you have questions, contact your building principal or Mr. Scott Merkel.