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  • How much does the Hybrid program cost?
    Dragonfly Hybrid is an optional Learning Experience vendor for Oxford Virtual Academy courses. Students who are enrolled full-time in OVA, and have their optional learning experience funded by OVA, have no required fees. OVA full-time hybrid students have the option of attending 4 core courses and 2 electives through Dragonfly Hybrid.
  • Are there any volunteer requirements?
    Yes, in order to keep our costs down for our families we do require 6 service hours per semester/per family. This includes door monitor, hall monitor or lunch monitor. The opt-out fee for volunteering is $120.
  • Do I get to keep all the materials we use throughout the school year?
    Unfortunately, no. You may keep any consumables, but textbooks and other corresponding materials are given to families to use as they are needed in the program and are asked to be returned after they are done being used. If something becomes damaged to where we are unable to reuse the item, then the family will be required to replace the item or pay for a new one to be purchased.
  • By enrolling in the Hybrid program, will we be considered Homeschoolers or Public School students?
    While our Hybrid program is designed to be the perfect blend of school and home study, your student will be enrolled on a Full-Time basis, as a public school student through a partnership between Dragonfly Hybrid and OVA.
  • If I wanted to Self-Pay, how much would that cost?
    By enrolling in the Hybrid program on a self-pay basis your cost would be $4500 for the year.
  • Who provides the grades and transcripts?
    Oxford Virtual Academy (OVA) provides the grades and transcripts.
  • Who is eligible to attend?
    We accept students entering grades 6-12th into the Hybrid program. We are also offering high school options onsite for those enrolled with OVA as a dual-enrolled student to allow some peer interaction and hands-on participation.
  • What is included? Will I need to supplement?
    All parents will have access to our Assignment Tracker which outlines what was done in each class along with what is required from the parent at home. All materials and supplies are included for the core classes. This covers 36 weeks worth of content.
  • What is expected of the parents?
    Parents are expected to bring their children to class on Tuesdays and Thursdays as well as work with their children Wednesdays and Fridays of the same week to total 4 full school days. Parents are also expected to have their children participate in the online portion of these classes. We offer a computer lab onsite to help students successfully complete the online components during the onsite school day, but any unfinished work will need to be completed at home with mom/dad/guardian. If a student misses an onsite class day, it is the parents' responsibility to get the student caught up and turn in any missing work. Please understand, our program relies on the mutual partnership we form with our parents. It is vital that parents fulfill their commitments in order for students to be successful.
  • Are there any additional resources that may be helpful to my family?
    A computer lab hour has been worked into each student's schedule. This is available for students to get extra help with a subject they may be struggling in as well as to work on their online requirements. OVA teachers will also be available for specific class/subject help. Families can reach out to these teachers any school day to arrange one-on-one help via phone, email, online screen sharing, or at any of the OVA labs in Oxford.
  • What requirements are there for Full-Time students?
    Students that are receiving full-time funding from OVA are required to partake in state testing and Count Day/Month fulfillment. These students are also required to participate in the online portion of the program.
  • If I need to discuss my child's progress/grades, who do I contact?
    The district will be providing the grades for students. If you have concerns or questions regarding the progress or material content within the curriculum, your first point of contact would be our OVA Site Advisor, Austin Brantley or their Teacher of Record through OVA. The Dragonfly Directors, Jenni Stec and Jasmine Weis, are also always available for questions.
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