What is a tile?

Tiles are one-hour periods for socialization and academic purposes. Tiles are like extracurricular electives but are not mandatory and encouraged for all students.

An example of of socialization is Movie Maker; Students learn about the how to's and processes of movie creation. Another example of a tile is Student Leadership, where our students brainstorm, plan and execute school wide events that shape the core of our school community. An example of academic tiles is TDI (Targeted Direct Instruction). Based on received scores to a student's monthly assessment in their grade level English and math, students are placed in specific TDI sessions. For one hour, students will meet in their virtual classroom with a teacher and go over concepts in English and Math hoping to raise test scores. To check out our tiles, visit us online at https://www.methodschools.org/learningtiles.