AVID’s mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.
Bluebird Cakery’s Study Hours
Caring adults offer FREE homework help at Bluebird Cakery two times per week. Erin and Gordon are available for in-person homework help on Tuesdays and Thursdays during Bluebird Cakery’s study hours (from 5pm to 8pm).
Books & Brownies Book Club
The goal of these programs is social connections and increased literacy.
Credit Recovery Program
This is a program designed to get students back on track for graduation with the credits they need.
Dungeons and Dragons
Dungeons and Dragons is a role-playing game focused on making choices in a fictional world where anything can happen. Players can use magic and weapons while defeating monsters and traversing dungeons, castles, and other amazing landscapes. Their choices in this world truly make a difference as they go on adventures and interact with fictional characters.
Early Childhood Screening
Minnesota law requires all children to be screened prior to school enrollment. Age three is the recommended age for this health and developmental screening. 3 Reasons to Screen at age 3: Early screening can help set your child up for success in school Any health or learning concerns can be found earlier—and help provided sooner. Because screening is FREE, it’s easy and it’s good for your child!
Falcon Project creates a community around learning more about fashion and design. Project Design Club is in charge of decorating a visual display at the high school and will do things to decorate the hallways. They also do service projects such as donating the things they sew to help others. Additionally, they work on organization and goal setting tasks such as bullet journaling.
Families and Schools Together (FAST)
FAST promotes parent involvement and increase connections between families and schools. Parent sessions for students of different grade levels are offered by trained facilitators in English, Spanish and Somali.
Faribault Community School Afterschool Clubs
Afterschool Clubs are designed based upon what students say they want to do after school. Participants practice skills like reading, math and science through fun, hands-on activities in a club setting. Enrichment activities and field trips are some of the highlights. Daily homework help and a community school dinner are provided.
Faribault Community School: Faribault Middle School
The Faribault Community School at the Middle Shool includes classes and activities for youth, adults and families. A meal is served each day at 4:45 followed by program offerings like youth clubs, classes for adults, art projects, homework help, health services, early childhood programs and parent education on Tuesdays and Thursdays.