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AVID

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Mission Statement: 

AVID’s mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.


What is AVID? 

AVID is a nonprofit organization that partners with schools to help them shift to a more equitable, student-centered approach grounded in rigorous curriculum and collaborative strategies. Students who participate in the AVID program gain access to targeted instruction and support that helps to prepare them for college and career. See the following links for more details about AVID


What does a typical week in the AVID Program look like?

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

WICOR Instruction Lesson


Teachers prepare lessons that target specific skills to help students be more successful students (critical reading, public speaking, note-taking, collaboration, etc)

Tutorial Day



Students engage with College tutors and peers to help  prepare for upcoming tests, quizzes, or assignments. The goal is to help students become self-directed learners who can study together and access information on their own

WICOR Instruction Lesson


Teachers prepare lessons that target specific skills to help students be more successful students (critical reading, public speaking, note-taking, collaboration, etc) 

Tutorial Day



Students engage with College tutors and peers to help  prepare for upcoming tests, quizzes, or assignments. The goal is to help students become self-directed learners who can study together and access information on their own

Fun Friday



Teachers plan fun and engaging activities that focus on collaborative skills, team building, and inquiry. 


Helpful Resources to help at home

What is a TRF? How do I complete a TRF?

What are focused notes?   

Examples of Math notes

What is WICOR?


The proof is in the results!

The AVID Effect

AVID nationwide data