AIM Program Information 

Program Information

 

Neighborhood Classrooms
We are committed to meeting the needs of all students in our neighborhood classes. We provide frequent professional growth opportunities to support teachers with differentiated instruction, a targeted and personalized approach to teaching, and are working to ensure there is a GATE-certified teacher at each elementary site. Teachers use frequent progress monitoring, flexible grouping, and tailor instruction based on skills, performance data, and unique needs of students identified by previous and current teachers.

AIM Classrooms
The term 'AIM classroom' refers to both self-contained and cluster classrooms.  While a self-contained classroom means all students in the class are AIM-identified, a cluster classroom is comprised of AIM-identified and non AIM-identified students.  Whether an AIM classroom is a cluster or self-contained class will depend upon student enrollment for that grade level, at that school in any given year.  The placement process is careful and deliberate, and considers each child's unique educational needs.  Each year, there are many students who will receive AIM services through differentiated instruction in classrooms throughout our school district, because they do not enroll in designated as AIM classrooms.  

AIM Advisory
November 5, 2019 
3:45 - 5:00 p.m. 
Large Conference Room- District Office

February 26, 2020
3:45 - 5:00 p.m. 
Large Conference Room- District Office 

May 13, 2020
3:45 - 5:00 p.m.
Large Conference Room - District Office
2019-2020 OLSAT-8 Makeup Dates
If your child is absent for the assessment given during the week of September 23-27, there will be an opportunity for a makeup session at the District Office on Wednesday, October 2 and October 7 at 2:30 pm. 
Please reach out to Heather Turner at aim@djusd.net for more information and to get on our makeup list.