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What are the various TXVSN roles and responsibilities needed for a successful implementation?

The District Administrator ensures that all campus members understand school policies regarding the availability of course offerings, student enrollment eligibility, and the onsite support required for their participation. The District Administrator is designated in the Receiver District Agreement

The District Administrator
• serves as the primary contact for the district,
• registers students in bulk,
• views all TXVSN enrollments for the district,
• validates invoice(s) for the district business office, and
• provides overall program oversight.

The Campus Administrator makes sure all campus members understand school policies regarding the availability of course offerings, the eligibility of students to take them, and the onsite support required for their participation.

Campus Administrators
• register students in bulk and manage students,
• view all TXVSN enrollments for the campus, and
• provides overall program oversight.

Site Coordinator Role
Each public school district or open-enrollment charter school enrolling students in TXVSN courses must provide an individual employed by the school/organization to serve in the capacity of a TXVSN site coordinator. Typically, the principal determines who will act as a TXVSN Site Coordinator for his/her campus. The TXVSN District Administrator and/or TXVSN Campus Administrator may also determine who will act as a TXVSN Site Coordinator. While it is not required that a professional counselor serve as the TXVSN site coordinator, counselors do have the knowledge and skills to effectively fulfill this role.

Site Coordinators
• advise students and finalize course enrollment,
• register students in bulk or individually,
• enroll students in courses,
• receive progress reports and grades for students from the selected provider, and
• serve as a mentor, or arrange for a mentor, between the student and online instructor.

 

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