As the new year begins, and with it the hope of returning to learning in-person, new traditions like “Tuck-In Tuesdays” will remain a loving tribute the good things that came from the challenges of 2020.
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Students at Athlos Academy of Utah recently participated in the PBS Utah 28th Annual Reading Marathon.
Through our virtual meetings and from under our face coverings, we are thankful for the school leadership, educators, kitchen staff, janitors, and supporting staff who serve our students and their continued efforts in keeping everyone safe.
While public charter schools are common in the United States, there are still misconceptions about what exactly they are, how they operate, and what they offer.
Athlos Academies invited school leadership from the Athlos network of charter schools to take some time to refresh their leadership skills at the Fall Leadership Institute in Park City, Utah November 11-13.
We have relied on creativity to find new and innovative ways to deliver lessons, to keep students engaged and to still build a community in a virtual learning landscape.
With about a week to go before the first day of classes, one St. Cloud charter school is preparing to welcome the majority of their students back in person.
This school year the Athlos community is invited to participate in “Run the Athlos Network!” This is a virtual “run” to support the Healthy Body element of our program. The route follows schools in our network as well as Athlos Academies Homecourt. The route is as follows: Begin: Athlos Leadership Academy, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota Joined […]
Through growth mindset and character traits, Athlos students learn what they can control, even when outside life challenges occur beyond their control.
When schools around the country closed for COVID-19, Athlos Academies leadership speedily implemented distance learning, a framework for remote learning.