Join us for the 10th Annual Virtual Schools Capitol Day

Dear Virtual School Family,
In 2009 a group of virtual school families gathered on the steps of the State Capitol in Salem to demonstrate their support for virtual public education. Now in its 10th year, Virtual Public Schools Capitol Day continues to give families - like yours! - an opportunity to tell their legislators why virtual public education is an important option for so many Oregon students.  

Your participation will help make Capitol Day a success. I hope you will join other virtual school students and parents to celebrate the 10th Annual Virtual Public Schools Capitol Day on Tuesday, February 6, 2018. 
As many of you know, Capitol Day is an opportunity to thank our legislative champions, show support for virtual public schools and talk to legislators about protecting this education option. Students can participate in educational activities and visit their state legislators in the Capitol Building.
Please join my family and other virtual school families in Salem on February 6. Click here to register now.
Here’s our agenda for the day:
9:30am – Registration at the Mission Mill Museum
1313 Mill St., SE Salem (2 blocks from the State Capitol Building – free on-site parking available)
10:00am – Welcome
10:15am – Legislative update
10:30am – Fun and interactive education program for students
11:30am – Lunch (pizza lunch provided, you are also welcome to bring your own sack lunch if you would prefer)
12:15 – Walk to the Capitol
12:30 – Legislator awards ceremony on the Capitol steps
1:00pm – Legislator visits
1:30pm/2:30pm – Capitol tours (available on first come, first served basis)
Capitol Day is your opportunity to meet other virtual public school families and tell your state legislators why virtual public education is an option that needs to be protected.
Make sure your voice is heard in the halls of the Capitol! Please attend Virtual Public Schools Capitol Day on Tuesday, February 6, 2018. Register today!

Debbie Thibodeaux
President, OVPSA
Parent to Jordan - 9th grade, Baker Web Academy
Michaela - 7th grade, Baker Web Academy
Zach - 3rd grade, Baker Web Academy