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AAIMS Department

AAIMS Department

Academic Achievement through Intervention, Mentoring, and Support

COURSE DESCRIPTION The Academic Achievement through Intervention, Mentoring, and Support (AAIMS) Program serves students that have been identified as having a mild to moderate disability including but not limited to: cognitive, medical, psychological, or physical conditions that may interfere with their academic performance. The emphasis of the AAIMS Program is to support students during high school in order to prepare them to succeed in their post-secondary transition by supporting them in: grammar, math calculation, math problem-solving skills, reading comprehension, time management, self-advocacy skills, and study habits. Students may qualify for the course based on the results of their academic testing, a recommendation of the AAIMS committee, or recommendation from their prior school. The AAIMS committee consists of the AAIMS teachers, school counselor, core content teachers, and an administrator.  

  • COURSE TITLE AAIMS CREDIT 1
  • SUGGESTED GRADE LEVEL 9 – 12 (A student may earn up to four credits in AAIMS)
  • PREREQUISITES Academic testing, a referral from AAIMS Committee, and/or prior school’s recommendation
  • NEED TEACHER RECOMMENDATION (Y/N)? YES
  • REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION (Y/N)? NO
AAIMS

AAIMS (Academic Achievement through Intervention, Mentoring, and Support)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Academic Achievement through Intervention, Mentoring, and Support (AAIMS) Program serves students that have been identified as having a mild to moderate disability including but not limited to: cognitive, medical, psychological, or physical conditions that may interfere with their academic performance. The emphasis of the AAIMS Program is to support students during high school in order to prepare them to succeed in their post-secondary transition by supporting them in: grammar, math calculation, math problem solving skills, reading comprehension, time management, self-advocacy skills, and study habits. Students may qualify for the course based on the results of their academic testing, recommendation of the AAIMS committee, or recommendation from their prior school. The AAIMS committee consists of the AAIMS teachers, school counselor, core content teachers, and an administrator.

 

  • COURSE TITLE AAIMS CREDIT 1
  • SUGGESTED GRADE LEVEL 9 – 12 (A student may earn up to four credits in AAIMS)
  • PREREQUISITES Academic testing, referral from AAIMS Committee, and/or prior school’s recommendation
  • NEED TEACHER RECOMMENDATION (Y/N)? YES
  • REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION (Y/N)? NO