OVCA MiddleSchool Student Resources

SY21-22 OVCA Middle School

The Who, What, Where, When, Why, and HOW

of all the programs and platforms

OVCA Middle School students utilize.

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OVCA Goal is for every student to achieve one year's growth.

Online School: OMHS/ D2L

OMHS stands for Online Middle and High School Otherwise known as D2L

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Learning & Assessment Sites


Who: all students for Math

What: learning platform

When: 2 hours per week required within the course

Where: https://login.edmentum.com

Why: to assist with closing academic learning gaps and growing our students to their full potential in math and reading.

How to Login:

Account: okv1

Username: first initial + last name

Password: Student ID number

Example: Peter Parker with student ID 1234567

Account: isok

Username: pparker

Password: 1234567

Not sure what your Student ID number (SID) is? CLICK HERE

POC: Math or English teacher

FLEX Program

Who: Self-motivated students who have been referred to the program

What: learning program

When: Student logs in 5 days per week, but chooses when to attend class connect sessions

Where: Student Online Account https://login-learn.k12.com/#login


  • Student works independently
  • Provides “Flex”ibility in the Family’s Weekly Schedule
  • After School Hours Support by Flex Teacher, Lisa Cottrell
  • Encourages Achievement

How to Login:

Log into student account

Click on link in CC schedule


Lisa Cottrell LCottrell@okvirtual.org


Who: required of all middle school students (assigned by teacher)

What: supplemental reading program

When: 2 hours per week required within the week

Where: within the student account https://login-learn.k12.com/#login

Why: To build reading skills.

When the program is used for 30 minutes per day, five days a week minimum, improvement in basic reading skills is seen in the first month. The average student using the program at home improves one grade level every 10 weeks (20 hours).

How to Login:

  1. Open the MindPlay course on the OMHS platform
  2. Click or tap the link, Open MindPlay (see screenshot)
  3. The MindPlay program will open in a new tab
  4. Students will see their MindPlay activity and can start working in the program as per usual

IMPORTANT: If you had a bookmark or had the browser save the username and password, you can and should throw them out – accessing the MindPlay program will only work through the course link. Please encourage your students to access the program through the course to avoid delays or issues.

More Information:

MindPlay Introduction Video

Middle School Mindplay

POC: course teacher


Who: all students

What: platform used for class connect sessions

When: daily cc sessions within schedule

Where: https://login-learn.k12.com/#login

Why: to attend live sessions for academics or social engagement

How to Login:

Log into student account

Click on link in CC schedule

NewRow Guide for Families


Need to do a quick tech check in NewRow before class?


POC: teacher or CFA


Who: all middle school students

What: assessment platform

When: 3 times per year: August, December, May

Where: Join a testing session through the student account. See instructions below.

Why: assessment tool to measure student growth over time

OVCA Goal is for every student to achieve one year's growth.

How to Login:

Students are only able to log in when they are in a testing session.

  • Log into student account. https://login-learn.k12.com/#login
  • Join testing session in CC schedule.
  • Click https://test.mapnwea.org/#/nopopup
  • Use the Session Name and password provided by the test proctor.
  • Once inside the session, students choose their name and confirm their information.
  • They will need to wait for the proctor to confirm that they can start.

Additional NWEA MAP Information:

  • You must enable pop-up blockers on the NWEA Login Page before taking the assessment.
  • Screen resolution MUST be set to 1024x768 or the assessment will not run. You can return it to your preferred or default setting after you are finished with the tests.
  • The MAP Diagnostic Assessment is NOT a graded assessment.
  • Students are not permitted to have assistance on the assessment as we need to have a baseline of what students know/don't know in Math and Reading. This will help us place them in the classes that will help them GROW the MOST as readers and math problem solvers!
  • It is recommended that students take no longer than 75 minutes on the test. We need to know what students already know quickly, not what they can figure out after a long period of time. Please prepare your student for this, and remind them that after 3 minutes, they should make their educated guess, and move to the next question.

NWEA troubleshooting guide for parents

POC: CFA or Principal Erin Goodridge EGoodridge@okvirtual.org


Who: all students can receive up to 8 hours of tutoring per month

What: free tutoring for more than 300 subjects

When: Students can use as needed, and have access 24/7

Where: ClassLink

Why: optional personalized instructional support.

How to Login:


Instructions: https://www.smore.com/5mxkt-tutorme-instructions-grades-6-12

POC: Principal

USA TestPrep - for assessment

Who: middle school science students

What: assessment platform for science

When: 2 times per year: October, March

Where: https://www.usatestprep.com/login.php

Why: state testing predictors

OVCA Goal is for every student to achieve one year's growth.

How to Login:

Account ID: ovca78

Username: SID

Password: first name, last 3 digits of student ID number

Example: Peter Parker with student ID 1234567

User ID: 1234567

Password: Peter567

Not sure what your Student ID number (SID) is? CLICK HERE

In order to ensure that you do not encounter any issues on USATestprep, we recommend that you clear your browsing data (cache and cookies) weekly. For instructions CLICK HERE.

POC: CFA or Principal Erin Goodridge EGoodridge@okvirtual.org


K12 Customer Care: 866.512.2273



What Counts for Attendance?

Students need to consistently do these 2 things:

1. Attend Class Connect sessions, AND

2. Complete course work and assignments.

i.e. OLS/ OMHS course work

i.e. assigned class programs such as ExactPath, MindPlay, etc.

You can also receive attendance credit for:

- completing school assessments

- instructional meetings with teachers

- attending orientations

- attending school outings, whether in person or virtual

Want to better understand attendance expectations?

Explore this resource:

Attendance Matters

Oklahoma Attendance Laws Explained


Still waiting on supplies?

Looking for supplemental materials?

Explore this resource:

Resources for Schooling From Home

Supplemental resources, to be used as needed.


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Hola! Bienvenidos a nuestra escuela!

Mi nombre es Sonia Gaytan, Asesor Familiar Comunitario

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