Frequently Asked Questions About Falcon View Connections Academy
For the answers to the following Falcon View online school FAQs, simply click the questions below:
When did Falcon View Connections Academy (FVCA) get full approval to open?
In April of 2019, Wabasha-Kellogg School District fully approved Falcon View’s opening for the 2019–20 school year. Additionally, Connections Education LLC was also chosen as its primary provider for online education.
Who is eligible to attend Falcon View Connections Academy?
Any student grades K–12 who resides in the state of Minnesota is eligible to enroll at Falcon View Connections Academy. Please review our enrollment page to learn more.
What kind of technology does my family need to participate?
If your family is enrolling with FVCA, please check out our hardware and connectivity page for information about the technology necessary to participate in our online school.
Are accommodations provided for students with disabilities?
Minnesota and federal law requires Connections Academy to give all students, regardless of any disability, an equal opportunity when it comes to participation in our school’s educational program. Falcon View Connections Academy is fully committed to providing students with equal access and will work with students through various resources that are tailored to every individual’s needs and abilities, including any assistive technologies as well as individualized support. If your child needs assistance to fully participate in our virtual education program, please contact our special education/504 director at
email@example.com. You can also obtain 24-hour technical support by calling the Accessibility Hotline at 888-639-5960.
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Will my student have to participate in statewide testing?
Yes, FVCA students are required take standardized tests such as the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCA), and any additional state mandated tests required for your specific student. View a full schedule of tests required for FVCA students. For more information, visit the
Minnesota Department of Education website.