Getting to Know ILT

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Ashley Ridge has introduced a new program called Individualized Learning Time, better known as ILT. ILT can be spent  in the cafeteria or in teacher’s classroom. ARHS started ILT for the students to have the opportunity to have club meetings, tutoring if needed, and for sports meetings.  

ILT can help students who need help in any class by going to tutoring. Mrs. Radcliffe and the district made the decision to create ILT for students who couldn’t stay after school last year or students couldn’t get help from their teacher because the teacher had a class that period. With ILT, students can get tutoring for upcoming test and help on projects. All teachers will be in their classrooms to help students if required. Mrs. Radcliffe provided students to get food from the cafeteria, the hallways, and the school store. Therefore, after getting lunch students  can go straight to a classroom for the help they need .

ILT started off dreadful with the crowded hallways, long lines in the school hallways, and in the cafeteria. But as the weeks went by, Ashley Ridge saw that there are classrooms that needed to be filled, so the students started to socialize and get work done in the classrooms instead of the cafeteria. It’s now possible to make up work for a class during school time.

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