Monroe Virtual High School Policies
Sophomore/10th Grade Testing
Students enrolled in a public school in Wisconsin are mandated to participate in state-wide testing during their sophomore or 10th grade year. Monroe Virtual High School (MVHS) students who have earned 4.5 to 9.0 credits must take the state sophomore test. Testing must be completed in a proctored location. The MVHS program coordinator will work with each student to administer the test or arrange for testing in a proctored alternate location. Students who refuse to participate in the sophomore testing may be dropped from the MVHS and all associated programs.
Students enrolled in the MVHS and its associated programs must adhere to standards of strict academic honesty. Unacceptable behaviors include, but are not limited to, plagiarism, submitting others work as your own, using answer or solution keys. Students who are found to violate academic honesty expectations will be subject to various disciplinary actions that may include failing a course, being required to resubmit course work, and/or expulsion from the MVHS.
The mission of the School District of Monroe is to provide a learning environment that treats all students with dignity and respect, and provide a safe physical and emotional learning environment. In keeping with this philosophy, the MVHS adheres to the School District of Monroe harassment policy. Harassment in any form is strictly forbidden. It is the intent of the school board to deal with any and all incidents of harassment in an appropriate manner. A complete copy of the harassment policy may be obtained by contacting the School District of Monroe District Office at 608.328.7170.
Student records will be maintained for each student enrolled in the MVHS. Student records will include, but may not be limited to, grades, course completion, enrollment data, credit data, grade point average, pertinent personal information, and sophomore testing summary. This information will be maintained in a confidential manner and utilized only for school-based purposes. A parent or guardian must sign a release of information for student records to be sent or shared with any agency, individual or institution. Students 18 years of age or older are considered legally responsible and all rights transfer to the student upon their 18th birthday.
The School District of Monroe is committed to a policy of non-discrimination in relation to race, religion, sex or sexual orientation, age, national origin, handicap, marital status, arrest or conviction record, or other human differences. This policy will prevail in all matters concerning staff, students, the public, educational programs and services, and individuals with whom the school board does business. Any employee, student, parents/guardian of a student or applicant for admission to school programs or activities complaining of discrimination based upon the above shall report the complaint in writing to the district administrator.