Academic Support Resources Guide – Considering the needs of your student is important for academic success. This Academic Support Resources guide is provided to give families a range of ideas, identify specific supports available, give a framework for considering the appropriate level of intervention.
Academic support for students is provided in a variety of ways. If you have questions about any of these options, please contact your student’s guidance/school counselor.
Academic Enrichment periods (during school) – These periods allow students time to complete a variety of academic assignments and access academic supports including group work, extra help from teachers, advanced course work (science labs, etc), independent online curriculum, projects, make up quizzes or tests, and individual study.
After School Academic Support Program (requires a teacher recommendation) – Students are referred to this program by teachers, administrators and guidance counselors. A variety of factors are considered and space is limited.
Peer tutoring – Volunteer peer tutors are needed in all grades. If you are interested, please contact your guidance counselor.
Teacher extra help – available before school, after school until 3:30, and select times during the school day as coordinated with the teacher.
Small group support for student skills (study, test taking, organization)
Low grade monitoring and support plans
Most Improved recognition awards
Achievement Teams – small group advisory for all middle school and high school
Enrichment opportunities (Honors program, academic fairs, standardized test prep, etc)
Extended School Year (Saturday)