FLVS Corkboard: Spring Edition

Hey FLVSers! As we spring forward and March onward, we want to highlight some student activities in full bloom. (Don’t you just love puns!?)   


Get Ready to Try Something New!

Are you or your students interested in taking one or more online courses over the summer? FLVS believes freedom and flexibility are key to empowering young minds and we have several educational options designed to meet the needs of each student.

Explore course options for summer with FLVS Flex at www.flvs.net/courses.

Interested in enrolling with FLVS Full Time? Students enrolled with FLVS Full Time take all their classes (a total of six online courses) following the standard school year. This tuition-free, online public school gives students the freedom to follow their own unique path to learning and build one-on-one relationships with teachers. Learn more and apply online for the 2019-20 school year.


Black History Month Celebration Recap

During the month of February, FLVS held our annual Black History Month Showcase. Students celebrated the heritage, accomplishments, and culture of African Americans by attending multiple sessions, including:

  • Black History Comes Alive
  • African American Authors, Celebration of Afro-Latinos, and African-American Scientists
  • Black History in the Arts
  • Shining the light on African American Influences in Math / K-8 Read Aloud

Missed it? Email our Student Activities Coordinator for links to the recordings!


Medal of Honor Day Celebration

In recognition of “Medal of Honor Day,” FLVS will celebrate exemplary Americans who have served the U.S. Armed Forces and received the Congressional Medal of Honor. Join us as we examine what this special award means and highlight a few recipients and their brave actions in a time of war. Participants will also discuss how Medal of Honor recipients inspire all people to become models of good citizenship.

Join the Medal of Honor Day celebration on Wednesday, March 13, at either 1 p.m. or 7 p.m.
Moderated by Elise Harris and David Fellows, teacher, and Suzanne Williams, Curriculum Specialist.


Pi Day Celebration

Pi day is to celebrate pi, the number 3.14159…it’s a number that goes on forever and it also happens to be Albert Einstein’s birthday.

Join the FLVS Pi Day celebration on Thursday, March 14 @ 7 p.m.


Celebrating Our Students & Clubs

In early March, FLVS held its annual Club Awards Day in Orlando and more than 75 students, families, and staff attended the annual event.

All 58 clubs were represented during the exhibit and FLVS Flex and FLVS Full Time students were recognized and celebrated for their dedication, accomplishments, and participation in extracurricular activities.

The following six students were named “Outstanding Student of the Year” for their exemplary academic efforts, community service, citizenship, and leadership:

  • Charlie H. (K5 Steam Club)
  • Kaden B. (K5 Coding Club)
  • Uma M. (FBLA)
  • Haileigh G. (Newspaper Club)
  • Maximus K. (FLVS Full Time Middle School National Junior Honor Society)
  • Aani M. (FLVS Full Time High School Student Council).

Congratulations to all our students and club sponsors!

Learn more about our clubs at FLVS.


Resources for FLVS Flex Elementary Parents

Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or your child is new to online learning, we’ve compiled some tips for home educators working with students in Kindergarten through 5th grade. If you’re a current parent feeling overwhelmed or not quite sure where to start, these recent posts can help you prepare your child for success:

FLVS Flex Elementary Tips from a Teacher

FLVS Flex Elementary Tips from a Parent / Home Educator


FLVS Flex Yearbook Portraits

The FLVS Flex Yearbook staff is working hard to capture your year at FLVS and needs your help. Upload pictures for your FLVS yearbook staff to use. Students wishing to have their portrait in the yearbook should submit their headshot by Friday, March 15. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Swan, FLVS Flex Yearbook advisor, at nswan@flvs.net.



Celebrating Career & Technical Education

February was Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month and FLVS is proud to offer courses that directly prepare students for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. covers many different fields, including healthcare, information technology, advanced manufacturing, hospitality and management, and many more. Learn more about CTE courses offered at FLVS.


More Events Coming Soon!

  • Shakespeare Festival
  • National Poetry Month

As you can see, there’s much to celebrate! If you haven’t already, be sure to subscribe for future blog posts from The Virtual Voice.



5 comments on “FLVS Corkboard: Spring Edition

    1. Laci

      Sadly, I can’t go because that day I have softball practice. Btw, the seaworld one is happening on May 3rd.

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  1. Laci

    I can’t wait for yearbooks to come out in virtual form! I also want to compete in national poetry month if there is any contest for it! I wish that we could have a sports contest! Some sports seasons are happening now! Softball, Tee Ball, and Baseball are all in season and I belive football and soccer are in season as well! Could that be possible?

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