Winter Spirit Week - if you participate you can wear jeans!
No School – Martin Luther King Day
T 1/19 Pajama Day
2:00PM – Boys Soccer Districts
6:00PM – Boys BB @ PHS
6:00PM – Cross Country Banquet, room 106
7:00PM – Girls BB vs. Nature Coast
W 1/20 Planning Period Professional Development, room 206-Superhero Day
6:00PM – Boys BB vs. Citrus HS
6:00PM – Boys Soccer Districts
TH 1/21 Grades due at 9AM – Decades Day
7:40AM – SAC Meeting, room 206
6:00PM – Girls BB vs. IMG Academy
7:00PM – Boys BB vs. IMG Academy
F 1/22 AM Activity Schedule – White Out
7:40AM – New RAM meeting, room 206
9:17AM – Winter Pep Rally
3:00PM – Wrestling Tournament @ FHS
6:00PM – Boys BB vs. FHS, Senior Night
7:00PM – Boys Soccer District Championship Game
JROTC – Battle of the Titon Field Meet
8:00AM – iRam Robotics Club Vex Competition, Haile Middle School (Bradenton, FL)
11:00AM – Wrestling Tournament @ FHS
7:00PM – Winter Wonderland Dance
1/20: Planning Period PD (PLC Refresh & Data) in RM 206
AVID Secondary brings best practices and proven methodologies to students in middle, junior high, and high schools. AVID’s goal is to prepare all students in a school for college, starting with the core elective class and expanding school-wide.
AVID Secondary (grades 6-12) is an essential component of the AVID College Readiness System and is designed to enable schoolwide implementation of AVID’s proven instructional methodologies and content area best practices to improve outcomes for all students. AVID Secondary goes beyond the AVID Elective course to affect an entire campus or district by creating a college-going culture that increases the number of students who enroll and succeed in higher education and their lives beyond.
AVID Elective Class
AVID Secondary starts with an elective class for one period a day. The AVID Elective is the core of AVID Secondary. It targets students in the academic middle–B, C, and even D students–with the desire to go to college and the willingness to work hard. Typically, they will be the first in their families to attend college, and come from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education. These are students who are capable of completing rigorous curriculum but are falling short of their potential.
AVID places these students on the college track, requiring them to enroll in their school’s toughest courses, such as Honors and Advanced Placement®. To support them in the rigorous coursework, AVID students learn organizational and study skills, develop critical thinking, learn to ask probing questions, receive academic help from peers and college tutors, and participate in enrichment and motivational activities to make their college dreams reality.
Coming up next week à the AVID Curriculum
Kudos: Learning, Safety, and Pride
Lorraine Pioszak is recognized by Renee Carney-Hill for Learning and Pride: “For continuous support with HHB students as well as with class students.”
Leah Mendenhall is recognized by Renee Carney-Hill for Learning and Pride: “continuous support of students when OT/PT is needed.”
Tina Anfuso is recognized by Renee Carney-Hill for Safety and Pride: “Assistance in all areas of Exceptional Education paperwork.”
Jamilla A. is recognized by Aftan Overturf for : “Her willingness to help every day.”
Patty Hanley is recognized by Aftan Overturf for : “Taking responsibility for Special Olympic Teams at RHS.”
Lou Clegg is recognized by Aftan Overturf for : “For being the best Interpreter/Team member/Supreme Cook in the IND Unit.”