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    • AP/AVID Family Night Agenda February 25, 2010 Benjamin E. Mays High School Welcome Ms. Darville’s Freshman AVID class Purpose Ms. Darville’s Freshman AVID class AVID Mission Mr. Wamsted’s Junior AVID class Introduction of AVID Elective Teachers Mrs. Parham’s Freshman AVID class Icebreaker Mrs. Mitchell’s Sophomore AVID class AVID Calendar Mrs. Parham’s Freshman AVID class AVID Senior Class College Acceptances Mrs. Johnson’s Senior AVID class AVID Breakout Sessions (Please refer to your group number for the session that you will attend first. Each session will be approximately 5 minutes long.) AVID Binder AVID Portfolios/AP Cornell Notes Teambuilding Lead by: Daysha Garnett Lead by: Eboni Jackson Lead by:Malaika Hill Lead by:Chauncey W. Taylor Westley Jessica Lowe Anwar Zeb Simone Sawyer Group A Group B Group C Group D Group D Group A Group B Group C Group C Group D Group A Group B Group B Group C Group D Group A Closing Ms. Simon AVID Principal
    • Welcome Good Evening, My name is Bernard Bronner and I am in Ms. Darville’s 5th period Eagle AVID class. I would like to welcome everyone to AVID Family Night at Benjamin E. Mays High School. As a freshman AVID student, my experience in AVID has been a good one so far. I have learned how to be more organized and to think more about my future. Hopefully, you will find the information presented tonight valuable. Purpose My name is Amber Durrah and I am in Ms. Darville’s 3rd period AVID class. The purpose of AVID Family Night is to provide a chance for all members of the AVID community at Benjamin E. Mays High School to get together to socialize and discuss information about the AVID program. Tonight you will hear information about the mission of AVID, who the AVID elective teachers are, the AVID activities for the 2009-2010 school year, the colleges that the AVID seniors have been accepted to and AVID methodologies used in the AVID curriculum. Mission The mission of AVID is to ensure that all students, and most especially the least served students who are in the middle: • will succeed in rigorous curriculum, • will complete a college preparatory path, • will enter mainstream activities of the school, • will increase their enrollment in four-year colleges, and • will become educated, responsible participants and leaders in a democratic society. AVID's systemic approach is designed to support students and educators as they increase schoolwide/districtwide learning and performance. Teambuilding/Community Service- Outward Bound* , Future Foundations*, Imhotep Pen pals, Atlanta Children’s Shelter, Trinity Towers Senior Citizens Retirement Center*, Village Keepers Inc., African American History Program, Hands on Atlanta Avid Calendar- Mr. and Miss AVID- Homecoming (October), Outward Bound (January) Lunch and Learn with Future Foundations/AVID (February), Real Talk ATL Red Event (February), North Carolina/South Carolina College Tour AVID/,
    • AVID Senior Class College Acceptances Katrina Carreker 1st choice: Tuskegee University Erika Clater Bethune-Cookman University, Michigan State University, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, Alabama State University 1st choice: Spelman College Elicee Edgers University of Maryland, Virginia State, Tuskegee University, Rensselaer Polytechnic, University of Miami 1st choice: Tuskegee University Daysha Garnett Tuskegee University, Valdosta State University, Alabama State University, Savannah State University 1st choice- Tuskegee University Malaika Hill Savannah College of Art & Design, Pennsylvania State University, University of Washington, Johnson & Wales University, Le cordon Bleu 1st choice- Savannah College of Art & Design Eboni Jackson Fort Valley State University, Clark Atlanta University, Fisk University, Savannah State University 1st Choice- Savannah College of Art and Design Roy Jackson Albany State University, Fort Valley State University 1st Choice: Albany State University Zachary Johnson Morehouse University, South Carolina State, Florida A&M University, Hampton University, Georgia State University, University Of Miami 1st Choice: Florida A&M, & Hampton University Ricardo Knox University of Alabama, University of West Georgia, Valdosta University, Alabama State University, Winston-Salem State University, South Carolina State University, Savannah State University, Benedict College 1st Choice: University of West Georgia
    • Jaleesa Legette Chestnut Hill College, Virginia State University, Brenau University, Bethune-Cookman University, Berry College, Florida Southern, University of Tampa, Morris College 1st Choice: Georgia State University Devante Littles Fisk University, Virginia State University, Drexel University, Barry University 1st Choice: Georgia State University Obadiah Njoku South Carolina State, University Of West Georgia, Drew University, University of Alabama, Clark Atlanta University, Georgia Southern, Morehouse College, Benedict University, Paine College, Gordon College, 1st Choice: Devry University Joshua Reese The College of Wooster, Howard University, University of Alabama, Marquette University, Georgia Southern University, University of West Georgia, Virginia State University 1st Choice: The College of Wooster Octavia Ross 1st Choice: Gordon College Delicia Smith 1st choice-Florida A & M University Ashley Tucker Devry University 1st Choice: Devry University Chauncey Woods University of Alabama, Morehouse, Clark Atlanta University, Valdosta State University, Georgia Southern University, West Georgia University, Oglethorpe University, Winston Salem University, Virginia State University, Savannah State University, Benedict College, South Carolina State University, West Virginia State University, Alabama State University, University of Alabama Birmingham, Bethune-Cookman University, Middle Tennessee State University, Stillman College, Southern University, Jarvis White Benedict College, Winston Salem State University, Voorhees, South Carolina State University, Bethune-Cookman, Georgia Southwestern State University, Fort Valley State University, Georgia Perimeter College, Alabama State University 1st Choice- Georgia Southwestern State University
    • Mission The mission of AVID is to ensure that all students, and most especially the least served students who are in the middle: • will succeed in rigorous curriculum, • will complete a college preparatory path, • will enter mainstream activities of the school, • will increase their enrollment in four-year colleges, and • will become educated, responsible participants and leaders in a democratic society. AVID's systemic approach is designed to support students and educators as they increase schoolwide/districtwide learning and performance.