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Welcome to the Minnesota Service Cooperatives (MSC) Online Learning Community!


Students may only drop a course during the initial ten (10) calendar day period calculated from the date of the enrollment notification email. 

Students may not drop a course after the initial ten (10) day window.

Mission Statement
MSC Online Learning Program-
Expanding quality online educational opportunities
for Minnesota students
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This learning community is sponsored by the Northeast Service Cooperative in collaboration with our member school districts and Resource Training & Solutions.

The MSC Online Learning Program:

  • Provides challenging educational opportunities for students who need credit recovery, advanced, additional or specialized courses, and/or a flexible learning environment.
  • Is certified by the Minnesota Department of Education to offer online curriculum to students in grades 7-12. All online courses offered through approved programs are:
- Taught by Minnesota licensed teachers
- Meet or exceed state academic standards
- Transfer to other public school districts
- Apply toward high school graduation
    • Is a part-time, non-diploma program, so students will remain enrolled in their own districts while taking courses with MSC Online.

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       Contact Information

      MSC Online Learning Program

      5525 Emerald Avenue
      Mt. Iron, MN 55768


      MSC Online Director: Tim Caroline
      Phone or Text: 218-485-1008

      MSC Online Services Coordinator: Kijo Pulford

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      4150 2nd Street South, Suite 550
      St. Cloud, MN 56302

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          MSC Online 2016-2017 Semester Dates

          FALL SEMESTER September 6, 2016 - January 20, 2017
          SPRING SEMESTER January 30, 2017 - May 19, 2017
          SUMMER SEMESTER June 5, 2017 - August 25, 2017

          Highlights of the State Statute on Online Learning


          • A student age 17 or younger must have the written consent of a parent or guardian to apply.
          • No school district or charter school may prohibit a student from applying to enroll in online learning.
          • Students can complete course work at a grade level that is different from the student's current grade level.
          • An online learning student may participate in the extracurricular activities of the enrolling district on the same basis as other enrolled students.
          • School districts and charter schools must make available information about online learning to all interested people.

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            Tim Caroline
            Attention Parents:
            by Tim Caroline - Friday, 9 December 2016, 12:00 PM

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