At Athlos schools, some of the most important learning opportunities for students occur in the morning where they often participate in class huddles, morning announcements, and develop relationships with their peers.
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The PBS Reading Marathon is now over. Parents need to submit reading logs to PBS Utah by December 15.
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Recent studies indicate that how parents and educators give praise or reward for a student’s success can have a direct effect on their mindset.
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You are invited to join the PBS Utah 28th annual reading marathon, where Adventure Awaits!
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At Athlos Academy of Utah, teachers strive to find ways to use instructional strategies that promote curiosity, a culture of positivity, and a growth mindset.
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Athlos has compiled a few tips and tricks that can help both parents and children develop optimism and curiosity about the field of mathematics.
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At Athlos Academy, student-led conferences take the place of traditional parent-teacher conferences. These conferences help students take ownership of their learning as they honestly reflect on their progress, discuss their successes and challenges, and set goals for the future.
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Testing in schools plays an important role in gauging how well students are performing academically. Though it’s common for students to not look forward to testing, some children loath it to the point of developing test anxiety, a form of stress that can hinder their learning.
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In the Athlos Academics curriculum, when it comes to reading, writing, and math, it’s more than what students learn, but how they learn, comprehend, and apply their newfound knowledge to real-world problems.
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Come read with your child each morning before school! Volunteers are also welcome. You may bring their own books or read one from the library. Students can enjoy breakfast at the school or bring their own.
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