Approve K12 Student Applications on the MDVS Website

Point your browser to the NEFEC Student Registration page.


Please make sure you are logged into your MyNEFEC account to view the applications for your district. If you do not have access, please contact our office at 386-329-3831.




Select your district.

The options shown will depend on the what platforms your district indicated that a student could enroll in for this school year.

Choose K12 Florida LLC.

In the top right-hand corner, click on Application Admin Area.

Choose a student’s name to view the application.

Choose the Set Status button.

Choose the Action to take for the application.


All actions taken except Cancel will generate an email to the parent (Please see below for the email contents).

Helpful Information for the District Notes Section of this process.

  • Grade K-5 students register for 5 classes: 4 Core + PE (1.0).
    With a PE waiver on file, they can choose Music (1.0) or Art (1.0).


  • Grade 6 students register for 6 classes: 5 Core + PE (0.5) + Art (0.5).
    With a PE waiver on file, they can choose Music (1.0).
  • If they need to take Intensive Reading, we will schedule that with K12 through 7001.


  • Grade 7-12 students register for 6 classes. Please indicate the specific courses.


The Course Catalog is available at:

If you are approving the application, please type in the courses the student needs.



Once you have made the decision and completed the course information, if needed, click Take Action.

Thank you for allowing MDVS to support your virtual program. If you have any questions, please contact our office: 386-329-3831.




Email Correspondence Generated in this Application Process

Example of Pending Email:

Subject: Virtual Student Application Pending Review


Hello Parent Name,


Your application for Student has been received and is awaiting review by your district.


To get an idea of what to expect next, please visit


If you have additional questions, please contact your district's virtual instruction contact listed here:


This is an automated message sent by the NEFEC website.


The link above takes parents to this information: 


We are looking forward to working with you and your student to meet your virtual education needs! Here are a few tips to get you started and familiarize you with what to expect next!

Before District Approval

  • If you have not done so already, please contact your school district's virtual instruction program contact to see what other documents or paperwork must be completed prior to approval.   
  • If your student has an IEP, 504 Plan, or an EP, you will want to make sure that the document is updated prior to entering virtual school.
  • Elementary students have the option of choosing 1 elective: PE, Art, or Music.  Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 who are struggling in reading or who did not pass the FSA reading test may take a remedial reading course for their elective. If you do not want your child to take PE, they will need to submit a PE Waiver form to the district contact. You must let your district contact know which elective your student would prefer. 

District Contact List

After District Approval

Once your school district approves the application, you will receive an email with the next step for enrolling your student in virtual school. 

  • You will receive a link to submit an application to K12. Please understand that you are already approved to attend MyDistrict Virtual School. This is the process used to enroll your student in their system and create your Learning Coach (LC) account with K12.  
  • If you already have a K12 account for a different student, you do not need to create another one. Log in and you will be prompted to create a student account.
  • After the Student OnLine School (OLS) account is created, you are done with your part of the registration. 
  • MyDistrict Virtual School staff will begin working in the system to place your student in classrooms and order relevant materials beginning in the middle of July. 
  • Materials will arrive at your address between 1-2 weeks after the order is placed. Please note that books and materials cannot be delivered to a PO Box address. Be sure to have a physical address listed in your account. If not, please call our office to have this information updated. 386-329-3831 x-2.


After Materials are Ordered

The 2020-2021 school year officially begins on Monday, August 10th.  Your student will have access to courses beginning one week prior to the start of school.

  • If your materials have not arrived before the start of school, you can still log in and begin working. Your student's teacher will contact you within the first week of the start of the school year. In the meantime, you can begin working on the "Introduction to Online Learning" lessons on your student's daily plan. Getting Started Without Materials
  • It is important that you and your student make a daily school day schedule and have a dedicated working space.  Students will need pencils, pens, crayons, and paper or notebooks. Creating an Effective Learning Environment (Video)
  • Your student should be working 4-5 hours a day on schoolwork.  Although this is a virtual program, your student will be doing a lot of offline work as well. Your role as the Learning Coach is crucial for a successful virtual school experience. 
  • Attending virtual school is like going to school in that students should be working every day and making progress towards mastery. It is the Learning Coach's responsibility to enter attendance daily. Your teacher can go over how to mark lessons and attendance during your first phone call. Recording Attendance

Getting Started

  • Click on the link below to view K12's resources for families.   You will want to view the "Online School Systems" tab and then choose OLS (K-5) or Online Middle/High School (for 6th graders) to help you get started.

We look forward to working with you and your student. 

MyDistrict Virtual School Team

Kristi Richburg, Coordinator of Virtual Instruction Program

Heather Symonds, eLearning Support Specialist 

Caitlin Register, Administrative Assistant  


Example of Denial Email:

Subject: Virtual Student Application Declined


Hello Parent Name,


Regarding application #____ for Student:


Due to virtual instruction program requirements, your student is not eligible to participate in the school district's virtual instruction program.


If you have additional questions, please contact your district's virtual instruction contact listed here:


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Example of Approval Email:

Subject: Virtual Student Application Approved for K12


Hello Parent Name,


Regarding application #­­____ for Student:


Your application for the Virtual Instruction Program has been approved by your district.


The next step in your student's enrollment is to create an account in the K12 Online School. In order to further the enrollment process, you will need to click the following link where you can create your account to access the learning portal. This link is district specific. It will direct the parent to create a K12 account.


In order to complete the enrollment process, you will need to provide all of the information requested with an asterisk (*) beside it. Any other information is optional.


Before beginning the school year, you may receive additional communication from MyDistrict Virtual School program administrators and your child's virtual teacher. Your family will also receive their curriculum and materials in the mail.


If for any reason you decide not to participate in this program please notify your district right away or you can contact us by e-mail at


Thank you for joining us at MyDistrict Virtual School. We are excited about the opportunity to serve your student's educational needs.


This is an automated message sent by the NEFEC website.