Virtual Classroom

Students and Parents of Woodmore's Virtual Classroom


Virtual Classroom is a blended learning management system that is run through Progress Book. Students will log-in to their Progress Book account, select activities, and click on a released lesson to begin their work.

The teachers are going to release one lesson per week. This will allow each student to spend the amount of time the lesson calls for, take their time with the assignments and assessments, and not feel overwhelmed. This means that if a student has six courses assigned they will get six lessons released each week.

If this proves to be too little of work for your student please contact Mr. Clair or Mr. Wickard. We may be able to add another elective to their schedule which will increase their lessons released each week.

Points of Contact

  1. If you have questions on the course content, please contact the teacher of record. For example, English questions would go to Mrs. Nitz.

  1. If you are experiencing any software issues or problems with the functionality of Progress Book, please contact Mr. Dane Bonnigson at

  1. If you have questions about adding electives, credit obtainment, the workload, or any other guidance related questions, please contact Mr. Kyle Clair at

  1. If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Nolan Wickard, principal, at

Virtual Classroom Duration

Each class is set up with 18 lessons and will be worth 0.5 credits. Each class will be graded by total points and the total points may vary lesson to lesson and class to class. The grades will be imported to Progress Book so students and Parents should be able to easily follow along with their progress.

Virtual Classroom is for one semester. Later in the semester we will send out a survey to see if the student will remain in Virtual Classroom or come back to in-person instruction. Once this declaration is made we will create a second semester schedule for the student.

Good Luck this semester!