Bolick-Moore, Arami

Hello, My name is
Arami Bolick-Moore
Mrs. Moore

This is my 19th year teaching English Language Arts 9-12 in an alternative school setting. I am thrilled to have become a part of the CHS family this school year, and I am currently teaching English I and II. My educational background includes a BA in Literature with a Concentration in Religious Studies from the University of North Carolina-Asheville and English 9-12 Teaching Licensure through the UNCA NC Teaching Fellows program. I also had the opportunity to attend Cambridge University in Cambridge, England where I earned university credits in Arts and Humanities. 

Some of my continuing education credits include Ruby Payne, MindLadder Dynamic Assessment, the AG Plan, Junior Great Books Shared Inquiry, Making RTI Work in the Schools, Teaching about the Holocaust, WRESA Writing and Literacy Workshops, Paideia, Baldridge & Tier IV Classroom Management, BRCC Career Academy for Educators, Working on the Work: High Yield Strategies for the Classroom, The Keys to Literacy program training, SAFE Dates training, NC Common Core and Essential Standards NCDPI Training, RTI & Adolescent Literacy research with WCU, Stop the Bleed certification, and required Digital Learning Competencies in technology integration in the classroom.

I also coordinated and led professional development on the NC Common Core and
Literacy for all ELA 6-12 teachers for Transylvania County Schools, maintaining a
Moodle Course and WIKI of ELA resources including teacher driven benchmark
assessments and pacing guides aligned with the NC Common Core Anchor Standards. I also served as Senior Advisor and Senior Project Coordinator for the TCS alternative school.

I was awarded Davidson River School Teacher of the Year 2012-2013; 2016-2017, Rotary Club Teacher of the Year 2015, Brevard College Exceptional Educator 2010, and I received a Fulbright-Hays for educational research and travel across eastern Australia in 2005.

"If you would not be forgotten when you are dead and rotten, either write things worth the reading or do things worth the writing.” -Ben Franklin