Academic Assistance is provided first by the classroom teacher in the form of differentiating instruction (modifying a lesson) so that students can understand it. The teacher may also assign Para Educators (Kdg - 2nd grades) and Academic Interventionists (3rd - 4th grades) to students experiencing difficulty so they can be successful in the learning environment.
After school tutoring is offered from November until May as a resource to assist our neediest students. Regular academics and M-Step practice are offered to prepare and assist students in deeper learning.
When academic assistance is needed beyond these resources, parents and teachers can recommend that students be discussed at a Resource Coordinating Team meeting, who may suggest other options for students. The Resource Coordinating Team consists of many of our school's professionals such as the Social Worker, the Counselor, the classroom teacher and anyone else that might have knowledge of your child.