AMI (ALTERNATIVE METHOD OF INSTRUCTION) DAYS FOR COVID-19
The Governor and the Arkansas Department of Education have declared AMI Days through Friday, April 17, since schools have closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). Students received AMI packets for Days 1-4 in the fall semester. See below for the remaining weeks of AMI work. Teachers are available to answer questions regarding AMI assignments via email from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm each AMI Day.
AMI PACKET WORK
Week 2 Work Available : Mar 30-April 3
Week 3 Work Available : April 6-10
Week 4 Work Available : April 13-16
AMI Packets can be picked up at the high school as well as the elementary between the times of 8 AM and 12 PM Monday thru Thursday. The packets can be returned during the same hours.
The Division of Secondary and Elementary Education and Arkansas PBS have partnered to support teachers, families, and students by providing Arkansas AMI Learning Guides associated with PBS educational programming. Beginning March 30, Arkansas PBS will alter its regular television programming to provide age-appropriate educational content for three specific grade bands (PK-2, 3-5, 6-8). The Arkansas AMI Learning Guides have been developed to support home-based instruction in association with the PBS educational television programs to promote activities that students and families may use to practice existing skills, learn new topics, and interact with one another in a meaningful way.
The Strong Huttig School District will be sending home hard copies of the assignments that are offered by Arkansas PBS.