In accordance with state law, the district will pay the cost of student enrollment in MOCAP virtual courses as long as:

1. The student meets eligibility requirements;

2. The student has approval for enrollment in accordance with this policy; and

3. Taking the course does not cause the student to exceed full-time enrollment in the district.

In addition to the requirements listed above and in accordance with law, a student is eligible to enroll in a MOCAP course through the district if:

1. The student resides in and is enrolled in the district on a full-time basis;

2. The student has attended a public school or charter school for at least one semester immediately prior to enrolling in a MOCAP course;* and

3. The enrollment is approved by the principal or designee.

*A student will be excused from this requirement if he or she has a documented medical or psychological diagnosis or condition that prevented the student from attending a school in the district during the previous semester.

The district is not obligated to provide students computers, equipment or Internet access to take a MOCAP course unless otherwise required by law to accommodate a student with a disability.

District counselors or certificated staff will develop an individual career and academic plan (ICAP) for district students enrolled in three or more virtual courses. If a student already has an ICAP, the plan will be reviewed and modified as necessary. In accordance with law, school counselors cannot be required to make the final decision regarding a student’s enrollment in a MOCAP course.
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