AIM High School News

March 25, 2021

Upcoming Dates for your Calendar

Monday March 29- In person classes begin, remote classes continue as usual

Spring Break- Monday April 5 thru Friday April 9

60% Due Tuesday April 20

Parent Group Meeting Thursday April 29. 5:30 to 6:30p.m. Zoom link will be emailed.

80% Due Tuesday May 18

Message from Principal Doug

Greetings AIM students and families,

There have been many communications going out in regards to School re-opening, surveys, etc. Please take the time to check your emails and listen to the messages. Although there have been many things sent, please know that we work hard to only send out important information.

I want to share a story about being influenced by what you see and hear-

“It’s impossible for you to solve, but experiment with it,” instructed a math teacher as she wrote on the board an equation for their math class. One of the students, missed what the teacher said but saw the equation, wrote it down and took it home. The next day, they showed up with the equation solved and turned it in to the teacher to which she replied “Impossible!”

Sometimes we limit ourselves to what others say or think about us. The reality is that YOU, are the only person that can set limits on yourself based on what you believe. Self confidence is hard to build but I would like to offer a simple, 3 letter word as a tip for you.

Y-E-T! Yes, the word yet is one of the most powerful words when used in the right situation. Just add it to the end of a sentence when you or someone else presents a limiting statement. Here is an example:

“You can’t do it …../YET” or “ I’m not good at writing essays…….YET”

I encourage you to try use this little word more and see how it can impact your perception of your own abilities.

Doug Plucker

AIM Principal

Career Day at AIM

Today was our first virtual career day here at AIM! Thank you to our presenters who tuned in to talk about their careers. We enjoyed listening to Amy a birth Doula and childcare educator, D'Arcy & Michelle- Cosmetologists, Skylar a hot sauce entrepreneur, musician, activist, Pam-veterinary technician, veterinary medicine, Lisa- Aerospace and manufacturing careers and education, Easton-Life N Light photography, video and media production.

We appreciate their time and providing great information! Thank you to all our students for listening, engaging and asking questions!

Message from AIM school nurse

Dear parent/guardian,

Hooray! I am so excited to welcome students back on campus! If your student has any health-related needs, an IHP, or needs to take medication at school please let me know as soon as possible! We only have a short time to get all forms filled out and turned in. Please contact me with any questions or concerns: brittany.magiba@sno.wednet.edu or at 360-563-3426.

Thank you,

Brittany Magiba, Parkway School Nurse

AIM High Video: Contains AIM specific information about in person & remote learning schedules

AIM High School survey info

AIM Student Art

AIM Student Poem

By Savannah S.


Wake


Grainy and soft, I sit in the sands glorious bed as I await the day’s death Mighty and triumphant its heroic cry blankets the sky in hues of orient gold, Rippling in a canvas of blue, impaled by nights knife and tomorrows birthright Bleeding its final light on the oceans mighty head, today takes a final breath Leaking its life, blood dribbling on the surface, in a glistening stream I behold Sweeping over its final goodbye, buried by the night sky and the plight of midnight

I do not mourn yesterday, he was no friend of mine, even now as the stars build a shrine Even as heavens sing of his bravery and chivalry, the moon still reflecting his former glory As seas recede and bow with mighty shrieks of grief spraying on the rocks along the hill As winds whistle and weep, for his light no longer seeps, entombed upon the coastline I do not robe myself in the clothes of widows as the world does now, or tell of his story I will not lament, or sing a sonnet, and if he comes to haunt me like the memory still


Let me bleed black and mock him until his memory spills from the ink of my quill

Counselors Corner-Derek DeGroot AIM School Counselor

Email: derek.degroot@sno.wednet.edu
Phone: 360-563-3408

New:

Interested in a Career in Biotechnology?

The application portal for the BioPath Internship Program for the 2021-2022 school year is open now!

The BioPath Internship Program is similar to a trade school program, providing intensive training followed by the potential opportunity to launch a career in biotechnology.

BioPath offers hourly compensation, plus high school and college credit. The BioPath Internship Program includes on-the-job training and a potential full-time job offer upon high school graduation for qualified students who apply for full-time positions.

Apply here: https://boards.greenhouse.io/agcbiologics/jobs/4386453003

Need help with your application? Contact Derek.

Visit the BioPath homepage here:https://www.agcbio.com/biopath


NEW:

The Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) currently operates two registered Youth Apprenticeship programs for youth. Both the Production Technician (Youth) and Automation Technician (Youth) are 2,000 hour programs designed for high school juniors and seniors to develop career-ready skills in the aerospace and advanced manufacturing industries. These apprenticeship programs combine paid on-the-job training at an AJAC employer and college-level classroom instruction which can lead to a high school diploma, journey-level card and short-term college certificate. Click here:

https://www.ajactraining.org/youth

for more information and to apply. You are also encouraged to attend a zoom informational meetings found in the attached flyer below.


Everett Community College recorded a presentation for AIM! In case you missed it during advisory and have questions about EvCC and their many programs and options, visit the following link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7US0L8FFzw


Book an Appointment with Derek (AIM School Counselor).

I now have a page where you can book an individual appointment with me for a specific date and time. I look forward to seeing you, and I encourage you to reach out. Please visit the following link to do so: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/AIMCounselingCareerCenterScholarships@SnohomishSchoolDistric.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/


Please join my AIM Counseling, Career Center & Scholarships Canvas course.

Here you will find valuable information on several helpful topics, including: Local Resources (Clothing/Food & More), Mental Health, College, Scholarships, Internships, Apprenticeships & Jobs. I plan to continually add to this throughout the year.

Please enroll by using this link: https://sno.instructure.com/enroll/G4B7GH


Note: This is not a course with assignments or additional work. It is a voluntary resource for you.

AJAC Informational Flyer

Work Source offering free workshops Interviewing and Budget and Finances

Please download the attached flyers for information on two upcoming workshops scheduled in March.

PUD Flyer

Upcoming Virtual College Fairs- Great way to check out different college options

Now is great time to considering different college options. You can register for upcoming virtual college fairs by clicking here.

Some dates to keep in mind:

Western US Fair: 4/10

Students who plan to attend college next year – it’s time to begin reviewing scholarship opportunities!

Recommended Scholarship websites/databases:

Note: Specific scholarship Information for the Snohomish Education Foundation’s 2020 Local Scholarship Notebook Program is coming in December. In the meantime, to get a head start, it is recommended that you create yourself a profile at thewashboard.org. Once the 2020-21 Snohomish scholarships are released, we will post that information.

Technology Resources

Below please find information and links to help with technology questions

Technology help line: 360-563-3000

The district has a dedicated phone line for student/family computer/laptop support for district-issued devices. Students and families can call 360-563-3000 for live technical support from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 7:30-11:30 a.m., Friday


Click here to be taken to the District resource page for computers, laptops & devices


Click here for instructions on how to become a Parent/Guardian observer on Canvas for your students classes


Students: Many of you have asked to be emailed at your home/personal email addresses. Please see the following link to forward your school emails to your preferred email address:

click here for link


Students: HelloID is the recommended way to sign in to all online resources:

click here for link to hello id . Here you will have access to Canvas (where all of your assignments and coursework will be posted), your email, Office 365, Zoom, and many other helpful resources.

Students: If you have forgotten your password and need a reset, please call Technology at 360-563-3000 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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About Us

AIM High School

525 13th Street

Snohomish, WA. 98290

https://www.sno.wednet.edu/Domain/22

360-563-3401

Email: linda.hardy@sno.wednet.edu

Attendance Line: 360-563-3400

Notice of Non Discrimination

The Snohomish School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights Coordinator, Title IX Coordinator and ADA – Darryl Pernat, 1601 Avenue D, Snohomish, WA 98290, 360-563-7285, darryl.pernat@sno.wednet.edu; Section 504 Coordinator and Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying – Shawn Stevenson, 1601 Avenue D, Snohomish, WA 98290, 360-563-7314, shawn.stevenson@sno.wednet.edu.