Welcome to the Cope AVID Webpage. In these unprecedented times, the application process will be slightly different for this upcoming 2020-2021 schoolyear.
Parents - please fill out the front side of the application. When finished, have your child fill out the backside of the application. When done, please take a photo of both sides and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachment.
Thank you so much for your flexibility in this process. Please take a minute to also visit CopeAVID.com to see more information about our program.
AVID Elective Teachers:
6th AVID Elective - Mrs. Fuentes
7th AVID Electives - Mr. Aceto
8th AVID Elective - Mr. Boursaw
7th/8th AVID Excel - Mrs. Garrett
AVID Counselor - Mrs. Aument
AVID Content Teachers:
6th Grade: Mrs. Fuentes, Mrs. Jenner
7th Grade: Students are spread out to all content areas
8th Grade: Students are spread out to all content areas
Mr. Alan Aceto
Who is an AVID Student?
AVID students are students in the academic middle, capable of completing a college preparatory path with support. These students often are not realizing their full potential academically. In the identification process a number of criteria are considered, including:
- State test scores
- Desire and determination
- First in family to attend college
- Historically underrepresented in 4-year colleges
- Economically disadvantages
- Other special circumstances
Once selected for AVID, what are the Student Requirements?
AVID students must:
- attend an AVID elective class
- maintain satisfactory citizenship and attendance in all classes
- maintain the AVID binder with assignment/grade record sheets and daily notes
- complete all homework assignments and commit to studying every night
What AVID is:
- an acronym that stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination
- an in-school academic support program
- for all students, but it targets those in the academic middle
What AVID is not:
- a remedial program
- a free ride
- a homework / study hall program