All students are different; they learn differently, look different, talk different, process information differently. So, the question is, how can we speak to every student in a distinctive way to help them be successful in life?
The study skills and college-preparatory program AVID, a popular elective in both high school and middle school, is now available in more 23 elementary schools. And the students love it!
AVID is currently offered at 23 Title I elementary schools: Alexander, Cannella, Chairamonte, Clair Mel, Cork, Cypress Creek, Davis, Ippolito, Kingswood, Knights, Lee, Lewis, Mango, Mendenhall, Oak Grove, Ruskin, Seminole, Schmidt, Temple Terrace, Thonotosassa, Trapnell, Westshore and Yates. Three K-8 schools also offer the program: Rampello, Roland Park and Tinker.
Students of Hilsborough County Public Schools are eligible to receive free November SAT registration and CSS Profile fee waiver. The College Board is offering this assistance in an effort to support students and families affected by Hurricane Irma.
For the second summer in a row, Tampa hosted the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Summer Institute. The Institute attracted more than 2,000 educators from across the nation, including 460 teachers, counselors, and administrators from Hillsborough County Public Schools. This year’s theme was “Student Success Starts Here!”