I was a contractor for k12 and worked full time brick and mortar. It can be done. But you are not at all valued at k12 for the wealth of knowledge you bring to their company as an educator. If you are in need of making money you can tolerate things. Professionalism of k12 is questionable, lacks the professionalism found in brick and mortar.
It depends on the school and the platform they use. I would not recommend anyone teach for K12 as a contractor position as many parents blame the teachers when there is an issue, and they work very hard. Contractor turnover rate is very high as well.
Answered - Operations Specialist (Former Employee) - Herndon, VA
No, the teachers (who have mostly the virtual positions) are full time and they wouldn't have time to work in brick and mortars.
Answered - State enrollment consultant (Former Employee) - VA