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Virtual Academy 2021

All students can log into their Google Classroom using the Classlink button above. If you did not receive your Google Classroom code, please call 512-386-3180 for assistance. Thank you.

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Del Valle ISD is excited to welcome our students back to the classroom and also announce that we will be offering a DVISD Virtual Learning Academy to our students under age 12. The information on this page is for parents with students enrolled in the program. If you have questions about your enrollment in the program, please contact your child's home campus.

Although the state has currently communicated that they will not provide funding for students enrolled in virtual instruction, we have developed a creative approach to internally fund virtual instruction for students under age 12. 

We know that in-person instruction is the best option for all students, however, as the district continues to closely monitor Covid-19 delta variant cases, we also recognize the need to provide students under age 12 (ineligible for the vaccine) with a temporary alternative to on-campus instruction.


Virtual Academy Contact Information

Virtual Academy Phone Number: 512-386-3180

Due to high call volume, you may need to leave a voicemail at the number above or email Principal George Meave at

Principal - George Meave

Assistant Principal - Bridgid Thomas

Secretary - JoAnn Rogerio

Counselor – Joanna Champaigne

Important information

  • The district will reevaluate the need to continue the Virtual Academy near the end of the 9 weeks.
  • On Thursday, August 12, 2021 the Del Valle ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution requiring masks at all district campuses and buildings. Effective Friday, August 13, 2021, all students, staff, and visitors are required to wear a mask when at a DVISD property. 

As a reminder, districts will not receive state funding for virtual academies. However, DVISD has worked creatively to develop this model to support our community. We do encourage parents to contact Governor Abbott, your local state representative, and the Texas Education Agency to voice your support for state funded virtual learning.