AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination)
Regardless of their life circumstances, AVID students overcome obstacles and achieve success. They graduate and attend college at higher rates, but more importantly, they can think critically, collaborate, and set high expectations to confidently conquer the challenges that await them.
In 47 states across the U.S., K–16 educators are driving student success through engaging, rigorous, and student-centered learning environments. Explore how AVID can help your school achieve its strategic goals.
COVID 19 and Distant Learning
On April 13th, we begin Distance Learning in ALL classes via Microsoft Teams.
As we move into this new phase of learning this will be a learning experience for all of us. We understand things may take a while to get used to, but know we are here to help you every step of the way. Do not hesitate to contact us via phone, email, Remind or Teams.
Grades will count for the 4th 9 weeks. Students should work hard to complete assignments and participate in their classes. Although the state assessments (EOC, FSA) were waived this year, students still need to complete courses in order to earn credits and remain on track. There will be no final exams. The district is creating a grading system to calculate final course grades.