Spring-Ford Cyber Learning

Enrollment for SFCL is now closed for first semester.  Registration for second semester will open in November.  Please check back to this page and also the weekly email that goes out from the district for information.

Please note that it takes time to change schedules from in-person to cyber. The cyber staff has limited hours in the summer.  We want to make sure that students are able to access their cyber schedule for the first day of school. Registration will not be extended beyond July 22, 2022. 

Spring-Ford Cyber is for students registered and living in the Spring-Ford Area School District.  

Please note that students enrolling in SFCL next year will stay in cyber for at least the first two quarters of the school year.  Transitions will be limited to one time next year at the end of the second quarter. 

Students currently registered will receive their schedules in August during each grade levels release date.  A few days before the start of the school year you will receive your login information.  Please note for the 2022-2023 school year your classes may be in Canvas, Edgenuity or a combination of both. 

 

 

Spring-Ford Area School District is pleased to offer Spring-Ford Cyber Learning for the new school year! SFCL has been developed by the Spring-Ford Curriculum and Instruction Department, and will be taught by the Spring-Ford teachers your child already knows. SFCL offers students the opportunity to engage in personalized education from home, with the added benefit of being eligible to participate in many SFASD extra-curricular activities.

The goal of SFCL is ultimately to provide a seamless blending of online and brick-and-mortar offerings for all students.

What is traditional "cyber school?" Attending cyber school is different from being home-schooled. With homeschooling you buy the curriculum and implement it yourself. You are responsible for reporting progress to the state. In a Cyber School, Spring-Ford will provide the curriculum for you! Once enrolled, your student will be assigned teachers their academic subjects. They can video chat, voice chat, or communicate via LMS messages. If a student needs assistance, they can "go to" the office virtually to speak with their teacher. There may be certain designated times that the office is open or their teachers are available to chat.

What does school day look like? Cyber learning offers individualized instruction and flexibility so that students and families can find a schedule that works best for them. This approach makes for day-to-day schedules that are unique for each student, so it’s difficult to pin down exactly what a day in the life of your student is truly like. What might a day look like for your family?

4TH GRADE SAMPLE 8TH GRADE SAMPLE 11TH GRADE SAMPLE
 Morning: Math work  Morning: Science work  Morning: Calculus work
 Mid-Morning: Brain Break Field Trip  Mid-Morning: Outdoor time and Brain Break  Mid-Morning: Outdoor photography
 Afternoon: ELA work  Afternoon: Social Studies work  Afternoon: FCS Family Meal
 Mid-Afternoon: Art work  Mid-Afternoon: Math work  Mid-Afternoon: STEM creating
 Late Afternoon: Create on Code.org  Late Afternoon: Music!  Late Afternoon: ELA work

 

Rinehimer

Dr. Jennifer Rinehimer, Incoming Spring-Ford Cyber School Principal and Curriculum Supervisor

jrine@spring-ford.net

 

Amanda Myers

Amanda Myers, Spring-Ford Cyber School Coordinator

amyer@spring-ford.net