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Friday
Sep262014

Commit to Student Success Week: Keep It Going! 

CommitStudents and AVID site team members at Schimelpfenig Middle School created a graffiti wall to define success! to Student Success Week wraps up today, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep the conversation going! Here, we’re offering some resources (from this blog) that can help you maintain the focus on student success. We’ve matched some of our best posts with the daily themes from the week’s activities. Also, see how schools around the world celebrated Commit to Student Success Week by visiting us on social media and following the hashtag #AVID4StudentSuccess.

We want to hear from you, too! How did your school celebrate Commit to Student Success Week? What can you share with the AVID world for other educators to try? Tell us in the comments below or email us at [email protected]. Let’s continue to change the conversation in education by sharing what works to help all students succeed!


My Success Monday

Both blog posts below detail ways students can develop habits that will help them be successful.

 

Their Success Tuesday
Learn ways to change more students’ lives in your own classroom and schoolwide.

 

What Is Success? Wednesday
Take a look at success from the perspective of a first-generation college student and from a new AVID site team in these great blog posts.

 

Thank You Thursday
Read inspiring stories from an AVID student and teacher as they express their gratitude for educational opportunities.

 

Future Friday
Are your students ready to plan their college journey? These blogs can help!

 

Thank you to everyone who participated in Commit to Student Success Week! AVID Center is honored to be a part of your efforts to help all of your students reach their potential.


For more on AVID, visit http://avid.org/what-is-avid.ashx.

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