AVID

Students considered for AVID are bright students who might be first-generation college students, underserved in the college system, or not achieving their personal potential.  The AVID class, held within the regular school day, helps students to get and stay organized, achieve hgher level critical thinking skills, learn advanced studing techniques vital for rigorous coursework, and participate in collaborative tutoring by trained college students.  Writing, inquiry, collaboration, and reading are also core strategies of the system.

 

District 833 Avid Video

AVID Application

AVID Coordinator & Teacher
651.425.2397
Website, imoodle
Social Studies Teacher & Gifted Education Coordinator
651.425.2481
Room 2038 & 1013