Advancing Inquiry and Meaning (AIM)
District 68 believes academically talented children are present across all cultural groups and economic strata. These children possess advanced performance capabilities that translate into specific educational and social-emotional needs. The Advancing Inquiry and Meaning (AIM) program is committed to providing flexible, rigorous, and differentiated learning experiences that enhance students’ intellectual curiosity.
As part of a cycle of continuous improvement, the district convened an ALP Learning Team between Spring 2019 and Spring 2020 for the purpose of reviewing the structure and outcomes of the program. The team crafted a new Vision Statement, renamed the program to better reflect the vision statement, and made recommendations for improvement in identification of students as well as the scope of services provided across the district.
An overview of this process along with a description of the new AIM program can be accessed in this video. Parents and guardians with questions about their child’s identification for services should contact the building principal.
- English Language Learners
- Curriculum Overview
- Response to Intervention (RtI)
- Standards Based Grading
- Technology and Curriculum
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