AIBT Non-Profit Charter High School - Phoenix
The ESSER III funds will enable AIBT to address the learning gaps created due to the pandemic. We allocate Title I, Title II, and IDEA grants to support our underserved and academically unprepared. We maximize our funds to support our students in intervention programs and school continuous improvement efforts. Our goal is to eliminate barriers that negatively impact academic proficiency by providing embedded intervention during the school day, after school, and during the summer. ESSER III will enable us to provide rigorous interventions, keep our students engaged, safe, and to maintain academic growth. Study Island is incorporated to help reduce the academic gap created by Covid-19 and the SPARK Teen Program will work to help students deal with the social and emotional impact of Covid-19. We will continue to use our federal funds as well to support our students and address the unique needs of low-income children or students, children with disabilities, English learners, racial and ethnic minorities, students experiencing homelessness, and foster care youth.
Data meetings are held daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly to monitor student progress and make necessary adjustments to help students achieve academic and social/emotional success.