Academic Reinforcement Mentoring Initiative (ARMI)
Socorro ISD offers an Academic Reinforcement Mentoring Initiative for all 6-12th grade students which is generally known as ARMI.
• a mentoring program to improve students’ success at school.
• a 30 minute class period for 6th – 12th grade students during which teachers work as mentors and adult supporters to improve student success.
• a program designed to strengthen the social and emotional well being that helps students learn.
• in addition to the regular education program and meets the purpose and goal of State Compensatory Education, a Texas Education law.
ARMI is not
• an advisory period
• a study hall
• a homework period
• a period for completing missing assignments
Please note that at At Socorro High School the ARMI program is referred to as the Bulldog Mentoring Initiative (BMI) and at El Dorado High School it is known as Aztec Tlahtolmaca Council (ATC). If you have any questions regarding the ARMI program at your student’s school, please contact your principal
Last Modified on February 16, 2011