2020-2021 Academic School Year Programs

Direct Teacher Support for Virtual Instruction

Direct Instruction Support for Temporary Virtual Education

Date: Mon, Aug 17, 2020, 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM Recurs Weekly on Mon, Tue, Wed and  Thu, Aug 17 to Sep 17, 2020
Category: Skills Class

Fall 2020 Direct Teacher Support for Temporary Virtual Instruction

As local decisions for online virtual education are finalized, AAALC is offering small group classes from 2:30pm-6:00pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for Direct Teacher Support for Virtual Instruction program. This program will begin August 17. Virtual education requires disciplined, independent participation by students and significant parental support. This is difficult to balance while trying to work from home. 

Should parents choose an online option for their child, AAALC will be providing instruction and support for parents/children who are working on a virtual platform via an in person certified teacher on our site. Students may attend the program in person four afternoons per week to complete school work assigned by their classroom teacher. They will receive additional tutoring and practice on areas in which they may struggle or need to be challenged as needed. 
 
Overview:
  • Registration is completed for 4 week periods. This program will only continue as long as Virtual Education continues in Martin County.
  • Certified teachers will be assigned to groups of less than 9 students based on grade level/skills.
  • Students may come as needed or may attend every afternoon from 2:30pm-6:00pm. 
  • There are a very limited number of spots for each group/grade level. Attendance each afternoon isn't mandatory but membership cannot be prorated based on attendance.
  • This program will end when all schools reopen for full time live instruction.
  • Middle/High School Math and Language Arts Teachers, as well as other instructors who can also assist with upper level courses and academic needs, will be available in different rooms to provide support with specific subject matter.
  • Grades K-5 will be placed in individual rooms with groups of 9 or less and an instructor. They will be grouped by grade level to receive support and assistance in specific areas.
  • Though certified teachers on site will support learning and provide additional resources for participants, this program is meant to support work assigned by classroom teachers for those children attending school virtually.
  • The charges for this program encompass 4 weeks of instruction and covers approximately 56 hours of class time. Registration is available on a month by month basis at this time and will continue as we continue to monitor school openings. (Direct Teacher Support for Temporary Virtual Instruction Registration)
  • The program will not be in session on Fridays or non-school days.
  • Additional program registration options are available for students taking middle/high school courses via an online platform not provided by the local school district who need direct teacher support with full year/full time or flex programs. Contact the office for specific information regarding the individual needs of a student.
AAALC will be adding some full day Friday Options in a Camp Style format within the next two weeks.
 
1:1 Tutoring, Small Group Instruction and other options for online support are also available. For information 

2020-2021 Full Time Academic Program

AAALC 2020-2021 students will be starting on time, in person barring any negative changes to the current CDC recommendations as of May 15, 2020. There are a limited number of spaces as class sizes are under 9:1 and will remain that way as that is the educational program model under normal circumstances. Parents interested in learning more about the program can contact AAALC at 772-341-1400 or email allaboutachieving@yahoo.com.
 
AAALC currently offers a full time homeschool education program to a limited number of students. The program consists of small groups of 4-9 children who work on grade level standards, receiving direct instruction, individual assistance, hands on programming and project based learning from certified teachers. Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies and Arts courses are included in the program.
 
To receive detailed program information pertaining to the 2020-2021 School Year, parents are invited to attend an Information Session scheduled for March 26, 2020 from 6:30pm-7:30pm. AAALC is intent on providing a unique, individualized program to each child so space is very limited. 
 
Families unable to attend the March 26 Session can contact All About Achieving Learning Centers
for more information and a tour.
 
General Program Information
Note: The information below is based on the 2019-2020 School Year. Schedules, teachers, curriculum and other program specific details are subject to change for 2020-2021 School Year programs.
 

Schedules:

  • 8:30am-2:00pm Monday through Thursday (Extended Day options are available)
  • Monday-Thursday  
  • Public School Calendar
  • Bring Lunch Daily 
  • Educational Field Trips (Approximately 2x/month)
    (Educational STEAM on the Road Trips have included: SeaWorld Sharks Overnight, Billie Swamp Safari, Brevard Museum of Natural History, Behind the Scenes at Universal Studios, Geoffrey Smith Studios, Busch Wildlife, Jupiter Lighthouse Tour and Paddleboarding, Kravis Center, Orlando Science Center, Oceanographic Center, Biscayne Snorkeling Tour, Kelly Rock Springs Tubing, Daytona Racetrack, Bok Tower Gardens and more.)

Planning/Curriculum:

  • Parent Meeting
  • Team Review of Student Records
  • Assessment Data Collection and Instructional Planning
  • Certified Teachers
  • Curriculum Development
  • Use of AAALC technology, supplies and curriculum
  • Lesson Notes/Homework provided weekly 
  • Additional 2020-2021 Full Day Programs may include programs such as Debate with George Washington University Debate Coach Paul Hayes, 4H Curriculum, Junior Achievement, Junior Master Gardener Certification, PE, Florida Arts & Dance, Visionary School of the Arts, Ignite Sports and more.
  • AAALC additional Homeschool STEAM Classes     
  • Provide work samples, binder and all documentation to parents as required by the state of Florida.

Parent/Student Needs

  • Register as Homeschool Student 
  • Gardiner is currently accepted and approved.
    AAALC does NOT currently accept McKay or Step Up Full Time Scholarships.
  • Attend Homeschool Parent Meeting 

Documentation/Reporting

  • Students may take the FSA Assessment at their public school during test windows (Parent Discretion)
  • Students may take the Terra Nova on site AAALC (Parent Discretion)
  • Students will receive a binder with work samples and adequate reporting as required by the state of Florida.
  • Parents will be responsible for storing the binder once the year is complete.
We do not provide more detailed information about our program via this site. Should you want additional information, please contact us via phone or email.
Questions? Contact 772-341-1400 or Contact Us via email.