CyberLynx enrollment is easy.
- Fill out the Enrollment Application. Submit it to the CyberLynx office nearest you. Please note that a copy of the child's birth certificate is needed only if he or she has not previously attended another public school.
- A CyberLynx representative will contact you to discuss enrollment requirements.
- Meet with your site office certified teacher to develop an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) for your student.
NOTE: Completing and submitting the enrollment application does not mean that your student is enrolled in CyberLynx. You must meet with a CyberLynx certified teacher to complete the requisite paperwork and create an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP).
What to expect at the meeting
The site office certified teacher will conduct a brief reading and math assessment to establish the student's baseline level in these areas. Curricular options are selected with support from the certified teacher to meet the individual needs of each student. An Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) is created: this is a schedule of the student's classes with the curriculum that will be used for each subject. Once the ILP is complete, the CyberLynx office may order your curriculum. When the curricula arrive, you can begin the school year. Every family is different, establishing individual daily, weekly, and to some extent, yearly schedules. Note: The required assessments (beginning, mid-year, and end of year) presents parents with valuable information about how their child's academic progress and level develops over the course of a school year. Please see the CURRICULUM page on this website for more information.
- Contact is required with each student's primary site office certified teacher at minimum once a month to ensure students are adequately progressing through the school year.
- Monthly contact may occur in person, at the site office, by telephone, or by email.
- The Student Monthly Academic Progress Form is handy way to track and communicate monthly academic progress of each student.
- Student work samples are required quarterly, for each class (and curriculum) the student is taking documented on the their ILP.
- Work samples are a brief portfolio of work generated by the student during each quarter of the academic year.
- Work samples consist of daily lessons, quizzes, unit tests, as well as other supporting course work, showing students’ independent work.
- On site certified teachers will review work samples, allow parents to provide input regarding the student's grades and progress, and document the student's progress and grades accordingly. (This would be the time when curriculum or level changes can be discussed).