Parents will receive a letter from the AIS teachers notifying them that their child will be receiving AIS services.
Parents are invited to an informational meeting, followed by a question/answer session during Open House.
A parent/school compact letter is sent home each school year, clearly delineating the school, teacher, parent, and student responsibilities. Once the compact letter is sent home, AIS services will begin. A parent signed duplicate copy is kept in the AIS file.
A progress report, completed by the AIS teacher, will be sent home quarterly. AIS teachers will be available for parent conferences and to provide updates on progress.
An exit letter will be sent annually notifying parents their child is no longer in need of AIS when a child tests or progresses out of the program.
Parent evenings are planned throughout the school year to provide opportunities for parents to learn additional strategies for working with their children to help them succeed.
RTI/MTSS committee may offer suggestions to parents as needed.