Virtual Learning- MOCAP

The Missouri Virtual Instruction Program (MOVIP) transitioned to the Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP) as a result of updates to Section 161.670, RSMo. Information about state funding for students enrolled in virtual education can be found in Section 162.1250, RSMo Section 162.1250, RSMo sets out the requirements for all virtual courses. Not all virtual courses are approved MOCAP courses. Courses listed on the MOCAP Course Catalog have been checked for compliance by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).

Please visit the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education MOCAP site for additional information.

Full-time Virtual Students- MOCAP


Families who would like to place their students in a full-time virtual program need to visit the DESE MOCAP site and review available providers. DESE MOCAP Site. The District does not make recommendations regarding providers.   You will need to select one of the MOCAP full-time hosted providers. You will work through the provider's registration process directly with the provider. Once that process is complete, your student will be withdrawn from the Waynesville School School District and will become a student of the district that hosts the program . Your student should continue attending school in Waynesville until the enrollment process with the virtual provider is complete. This process can take several weeks, so please plan accordingly.

The District does not provide devices for students who are enrolled in full-time virtual programming. Full-time virtual students are not eligible to participate in school activities, athletics or clubs within the Waynesville R-VI School District.  

Part-time Virtual Students- MOCAP


Application Form:  MOCAP Part-Time Enrollment Request Form 2023-2024

Part-time virtual enrollment in MOCAP courses means that the student spends part of their day accessing MOCAP virtual courses from home and the other half of their day in seated school in Waynesville or a private school setting or in a home school setting. The combination of MOCAP courses and other learning setting will equal to a full-day of school.

Please visit the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education MOCAP site for additional information.

Waynesville R-VI students have the right to access virtual courses through MOCAP approved providers. For additional information on virtual course guidelines, please see  Policy IGCD- Virtual Courses and Policy IGCDA- MOCAP Virtual Courses

Students must receive approval through the district prior to enrolling in MOCAP courses on a part-time basis. Complete the MOCAP Virtual Learning Enrollment form and submit to Dr. Trish Adkins in the Instructional Services Office at the Waynesville R-VI District Administration Building (200 Fleetwood Drive, Waynesville, MO 65583). If you have additional questions, please contact the Instructional Services Office at 573-842-2050.

Please review the following information regarding the MOCAP program :

  1. Students wishing to enroll in MOCAP must be enrolled as a student in the Waynesville R-VI school district. Students remain enrolled with Waynesville R-VI throughout the time they are accessing courses through MOCAP vendors. Students may only take courses through one MOCAP provider at a time.

    • Parents are responsible for notifying the District if the student moves out of the district. If the student enrolls in another Missouri district the student is eligible to remain in the virtual program through the new district. If the student moves out if the state of Missouri, the student will be dropped from the virtual program or the student may continue at parent expense.

  2. Students who take part of their day virtually at home must have a combined full course load of 7 classes (virtual and seated combined) in order to participate in athletics, activities or clubs. Participation in MSHSAA activities/athletics will follow adopted MSHSAA guidelines.

  3. Students in grades K-8 may access MOCAP courses. Courses taken virtually will be taken at home.

  4. The district does not supply computers, internet, or mobile devices for students to access MOCAP courses from home.

  5. Districts are responsible for tracking and monitoring student progress in MOCAP programs. Students who earn a D or F in a course or who do not meet the attendance requirements of the virtual provider may be removed from the MOCAP program.

  6. Students may enroll and withdraw from courses in accordance with district policy. High school students who withdraw from a MOCAP or other virtual course after the 10th day of the semester will receive an F for the course, just as they would in a traditional seated course. If a students withdraws from MOCAP programming in order to begin attending in-person classes, grades will be transferred in per our grade transfer policy.

  7. Students will be required to participate in applicable MAP grade-level exams and end-of-course exams (EOCs).