Teachers will provide interventions during AIS Classes for those identified above.
Math and English AIS teachers will be assigned to teach small classes that contain students deemed to be at-risk of not meeting the state learning standards in math and ELA. The instruction will occur on a daily basis.
The after-school assistance program is offered four times per week for one hour. Assistance is provided in math and ELA.
Clustering the students when making class assignments will allow for congruency and consistency in the material being taught by the AIS staff.
Teacher professional development will be offered to develop co-teaching strategies for ELA and math teachers. Additional workshops will be offered to help content area teachers to increase their knowledge and skills for teaching at-risk students.
AIS teachers will provide a combination of services including “push in and pull out” and direct instruction.
B. Type of service
Reading intervention should include reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Math intervention should include problem solving, application, computation and concepts.
Study skills should include instruction in time management, note taking, reading comprehension and retention in the content area, and test study skills.
2. Support Services
Response to Intervention team and Guidance Staff will be utilized when there is a concern.
Referrals can also be made to the school counselors, psychologist, social worker, and/or school nurse.