All In Virginia

In September 2023, the Governor announced the ALL In VA initiative which provides recommendations for school divisions in responding to the dramatic numbers of students with unfinished learning across the Commonwealth.

ALL In VA focuses on three areas:

  1. implementing high-intensity tutoring,

  2. expanding and accelerating the Virginia Literacy Act, and

  3. addressing the increased rates of chronic absenteeism across Virginia.

High-Intensity Tutoring

Lancaster County Public Schools offers different tutoring opportunities for students which include the following:

  1. Volunteer Tutoring (during school hours)

  2. After School Tutoring (on Tuesdays and Thursdays)

  3. Implementing tutoring programs for students to use in class and after school (see below for how to access them)

Tutoring Programs

All of our tutoring programs can be accessed through Clever. Student's usernames for Clever are their four digit lunch number and their password is their birthday (M/D/YYYY format). The following programs have been implemented to facilitate tutoring:

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Program Name


Who has Access?


Math program that provides students with instructional videos and provides intervention as needed. This can be accessed at home.

All students in grades 1-8 have access to Zearn.


Reading program where students are assigned a live tutor to help develop reading skills with the Science of Reading. This can only be done during school.

Select students in grades 3-8 qualify for Ignite Tutoring.


Reading program where students practice word study, grammar and comprehension. Interventions are provided as needed. This can be accessed at home.

All students in grades K-8 have access to Core5/PowerUp tutoring.


Reading and Math program which provides students with immediate feedback on questions they answer. Students can explore videos and articles related to assigned topics. This can be accessed at home.

All students in grades K-7 have access to IXL.

Virginia Literacy Act

As part of the Virginia Literacy Act, Lancaster County Public Schools adopted a new literacy program for grades K-5. The textbook committee selected HMH into Reading.

Chronic Absenteeism

Lancaster County Public Schools is taking strides to ensure students attend school regularly. Missing 17 days of school significantly affects student performance on standardized tests at the end of the year.

Every day matters

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