Describe all intervention strategies employed by the school to improve the academic performance of students identified by the early warning system.
Early Warning Systems
Reading and Math interventions/strategies vary from grade-level to grade-level, based on analysis of diagnostic tests, and/or pre-identified as indicators of students in need, such as the District-level criteria outlined in Policy 6000.1, classroom observations, and other classroom assessments. Students with high-risk indicators are monitored through the RtI process in order to address both academic and social-emotional needs.
Differentiated instruction; additional ½ hour of reading intervention instruction outside of literacy instruction block; peer tutoring; pull-out small groups with literacy coaches; after-school book club; academic camps in both reading and math; high school Book Buddies; Latinos in Action Mentor Group; Summer Reading Incentive Program; Home access to reading and math technology
K, Grade 1, Grade 2: Fundations
Grade 3 - Wilson, Phonics for Reading, Super QAR, Quick Reads, Journeys Write-In Readers
Grade 4-5 – Journeys Write In Readers, Quick Reads, Just Words, Wilson, REWARDS
Kindergarten- hands-on activities based on student needs
Grade 1-5 – Go Math Reteach, Go Math Intensive, Go Math Strategic Lessons; Touch Math