In 2018, Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington ran an Academic Innovation and Mentoring (AIM) program at two of its Clubs: Washington Elementary Club and Fruit Valley Elementary Club. This program consists of STEM and literacy enrichment, daily homework assistance, and one-on-one or small group tutoring in specific content areas.
Without funding from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), this program would not have been possible.
The academic success of our members is a focus within our organization, and the AIM program allows us to track member proficiency and growth in academic areas at both Club and school. Additionally, the Education Lead staff at both Washington and Fruit Valley worked hard to expose members to more STEM-related activities than ever before.
This year’s program saw the most successful results yet!
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