About 622 Online
Join the 622 Online community. We can’t wait to meet you.
Discover 622 Online: an innovative, flexible online education program offered by North St. Paul – Maplewood – Oakdale School District. Personalized learning, interactive instruction, vibrant community. Join us!
We are absolutely thrilled to have you join us in this exciting educational adventure! 622 Online offers a refreshing and unique approach to learning, giving students a different experience from the traditional classroom setting. We are all about finding that perfect balance between asynchronous and synchronous instruction, providing flexibility and support to meet your child's needs.
But it doesn't stop there! We believe in building a strong sense of community and celebrating our amazing students, whether it's online or in person. We have some fantastic events and opportunities lined up for them to connect and create lasting memories. We truly value partnerships and welcome your thoughts and ideas. Feel free to reach out to us via phone, text, email, or swing by for a visit. We're here for you!
At District 622, we're committed to delivering top-notch education using technology as a powerful tool. We have a bunch of awesome digital resources that engage students and enhance their learning outcomes. In addition to the district-approved tools, we've compiled a list of other handy resources. You can find them all at 622 Online Digital Tools.
To access these resources, your child will use their assigned district technology accounts. If you have any questions about using these digital tools, we're just a call away at 651-748-7600.
We are beyond excited to embark on this incredible journey together with you and your child at 622 Online. Let's make learning fun, engaging, and unforgettable!
Our teaching staff is licensed in the state of Minnesota and dedicated to providing a world-class education for your student. To benefit students we currently maintain a 24:1 student-to-teacher ratio. Our teachers offer synchronous learning sessions that all students attend and also have days and times for students to drop in and get help.
Deliver consistent and clear communication with students and families throughout the course on performance, deadlines, attendance, navigating resources, completing assignments, and teacher availability for help or support.
Provide remediation or enrichment opportunities to ensure student mastery of the course objectives.
Foster personal connections with each student consistently over the school year.
Provide opportunities for students to participate in collaborative learning with other students.
Monitor student performance regularly and proactively intervene when student support may be needed.
When possible, include student choice and voice to offer a personalized learning experience that meets the expectations of the course.