AIM's goal is to maintain our ongoing commitment to a rigorous college-preparatory education for students and equip them with the skills required to succeed beyond the classroom. Although learning environments look different this year, our commitment and approach to instruction remain a priority. The AIM approach requires students to be engaged in their learning for the entire year and affords student’s the flexibility and opportunity to earn strong grades through perseverance and hard work. Because individuals learn at different paces, students are measured against year-end competency targets allowing a full academic year to demonstrate mastery of Art In Motion's curriculum.
Quarter 3 Progress Reports will be distributed Thursday, March 11th. Progress Reports serve as a snapshot of student academic development and highlight areas of strengths and growth. Progress Please review your child’s report and identify the classes that your student may be off track. If your child is off track in any course, please reach out to your child’s teacher and mentor.
Teacher and Mentor Support: Teachers and mentors are committed to the success of every student. Teachers and mentors have designated office hours and times embedded in their daily schedules to support students. Mentors will meet with students and their teachers to create goals and devise a plan to get caught up and continue to check-in during weekly mentoring sessions as we approach the midpoint of Semester 2. Remember, all families have access to Summit and Synergy to monitor student progress daily:
The AIM Arts Website reflects our new assignments with a NEW LAYOUT. Each discipline class covered classroom expectations last week and provided a calendar of due dates to assist students with goal setting and planning. Every class period is an opportunity to do assignments and ask questions from peers or the instructor! Meeting deadlines and completing work with 100% effort will guarantee success for Middle School and High School students. DO NOT HESITATE to share your creative process with us! We are grading students on their ability to create, produce, connect, and respond within each assignment.
Our experience with Community of Care (CoC) has helped us prepare for a safe return to school on April 12 for students planning to learn on campus. We’ve had CoC students and staff on campus and have had zero (0) incidents of COVID with our bi-weekly saliva enzyme testing and other mitigation measures . As our teachers return to campus March 15 and students returning April 12, we have put in place additional plans and measures to ensure we are ready. Your cooperation and reinforcement of all health/safety/behavioral expectations will be key to a safe return. Check out this video from Distinctive Schools to get an idea of how we are prioritizing everyone’s well-being in order to get our students back on campus:
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See information below about P-EBT Benefits for eligible students.