EVMS Students Read to Grade Schoolers Using Student-Center Approach
As part of the AVID 8 (Advancement Via Individual Determination), eight graders from Eagle Valley Middle School took time to read books to elementary students, kindergarten through second grade, at Fremont and Seeliger Elementary schools in Carson City.
AVID is a nonprofit program that changes lives by helping schools shift to a more equitable, student-centered approach. Training more than 80,000 educators annually, the program seeks to close the opportunity gap, so educators may prepare all students for college, careers and life after high school.
Schools who partner with AVID receive professional development, a suite of resources and ongoing support to ensure a lasting impact. AVID aligns with schools’ goals to accelerate and enhance the work that is already happening.