The White Hall School District will be providing Blended and Virtual learning opportunities for the 2021-2022 school year. Please review the 2021-2022 Ready for Learning Plan




Students that choose blended (onsite) learning will receive instruction from their classroom teachers.  Teachers and students will use Google classroom while on campus.  This will also teachers and students the opportunity to learn how to use google classroom for instruction.  In the event of a school closing, the teachers and students will prepared to continue learning using google classroom as the learning management system.  Teachers will provide both prerecorded and live videoed lessons.  Students will receive and submit assignments through google classroom.  

The White Hall School has implemented steps for reporting positive cases of Covid-19.  Please review the White Hall School District Covid-19 Reporting procedures.

ADE Response Levels for Onsite Learning

You can read the full document here:

DESE Response Levels for Onsite Learn

DESE COVID-19 Guidance for Schools


Students that choose Virtual Learning will receive all instruction through a digital platform.  Instruction will be provide by highly qualified Arkansas teachers.  The teachers are employed through the digital platform.  They are not White Hall School District Teachers.  Students in grades K-6 will use Edgenuity as the digital platform.  Additional synchronous instruction will be provided by the ARESC K-6 Virtual Academy.  Students in 7th-12th grade will receive instruction through Virtual Arkansas.  Please click on the word Edgenuity or Virtual Arkansas to learn more. 

Additional Resources

Training for Virtual Parents

Parent Guide to Virtual Arkansas

Logging into Virtual Arkansas

Virtual Arkansas Parent Webinar

Slides from the Virtual Arkansas Webinar