FAQ's: What is PCR-I's AMI Plan?
Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI)
Putnam County Alternative Method of Instruction Plan (AMI)
If the school is closed due to a power outage, water main break, or a general cleaning day, we could use an AMI day.
The A.M.I. plan can be used up to 6 days in each calendar school year.
Every teacher in the elementary will provide hard copies of their A.M.I. plan. Middle and high school students will receive hard copies or it will be downloaded to their Chromebook. The material in these packets will be review material. No new material will be required on an AMI day.
Teachers will update their A.M.I. packet/work as needed quarterly.
The assignments will be numbered by day ( Day 1, Day 2, etc.)
If we choose to use an A.M.I. day, students will be required to complete that day’s work out of the provided packet. The work will be due the first day we return to school unless the student has an IEP that says they have extended time to complete assignments. If a student doesn’t turn in their work on time, we cannot count them for attendance and the student won’t receive any credit for the assignment and our late work policy of 75% credit won’t apply.
If 80% of the students complete this packet, we will not have to make up this day later in the year.