Classroom Workshop Program
The Classroom Workshop Program (CW) is designed in partnership with AVID teachers at Franklin High School (FHS). AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination and is a national education organization that prepares students for college, careers, and life through student-centered curriculum. Students in every 9th,10th, 11th, and 12th grade AVID classes engage in workshops throughout the entirety of their class.
Curriculum designed by Passion Impact connects to the 5 pillars of AVID and centers in self-awareness and social justice. Workshops have included connecting civic leadership to scholarship and college apps, creating a social justice action project, understanding community engagement, skills and leadership styles, along with many others. In partnering with FHS AVID teachers, lessons have been able to build on each other year after year in addition the relationships that are cultivated.
Many students from AVID classes have volunteered with their peers in the Volunteer Event Program (VEP) as well as joined the team to create the events. AVID students are encouraged to join their High School Club as well as apply to the Summer Internship and VEP.