Intervention Reading and Mathematics
Reading Assistance Program
The Reading Assistance Program (RAP) is designed to help students gain the necessary skills to be successful in the language arts classroom. Students are assigned work based on need and independent level. Needed language arts skills are achieved through: tutorials, one-on-one teacher work time, interactive games, language arts board games, kinesthetic reviews, and many other engaging activities. Students’ progress is monitored and work is adjusted accordingly. Students demonstrating grade level knowledge are exited from the program and allowed to choose an elective.
Math Assistance Program
What RAP does for language arts, the Math Assistance Program (MAP) does for students needing to improve their math skills. These skills will not necessarily be the same ones being worked on in their core math classroom. Instead, the skills will be personalized for each student, and every student in the class will be working at their own level. This is a non-traditional classroom setting in which students will not have time constraints, there is no homework, and students will be allowed to continue with skills until mastery is achieved. Students demonstrating grade level knowledge are exited from the program and allowed to choose an elective.
Academic Assistance Program
The Academic Assistance Program (AAP) is another non-traditional program personalized to meet the needs of individual students. The teacher works with students and teachers from core classes to help students realize success in those classes. Interventions may include, but are not limited to, small group instruction, goal setting, re-teaching, and study skills