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1 Intervention Enrichment

2  Today all enrichment teachers will submit on a slip enrichment and description of interested course.  Students have submitted areas of interest for enrichment classes.  Teacher and student suggestions will be evaluated and administration will meet with teachers after lunch to decide on enrichment (individually)  Remember there are no lesson plans required and no grades given for enrichment. Choose something the students will enjoy.  Tuesday students will have lottery sign- up – no more than 25 to an enrichment class.

3  ACT PREP  Art  Sewing or embroidery  RAP music or how to mix music  Guitar  First Aid(basic procedures)  Bible Club  Relaxation Methods  Study Hall (assistance)  Basic money management ( writing checks, opening a bank account etc.)  Pet Care (Animal Science)  Student ‘s favorite enrichments were: Desktop Publishing and Rock University. They also said that Peer tutoring and PBIS peer mentors were beneficial. Do not pick an enrichment that requires too much set up - we have 18 minutes.

4  STUDY ISLAND will be a mandatory session.  Credit recovery and LVS will be a session.  Academic Core Teachers who the 2 nd six weeks and thereafter have LOW failure rates and have: 1. Incorporated differentiated instruction and utilized Study Island 2. Targeted students in red group or retaught whole group sessions in Assignment Statistics Report. WILL BE ABLE TO TEACH an Enrichment for 2 days a week (due to remediation not needed)

5  On Friday of this week we will have a trial run.  Week 2 of school all students will report to enrichment.  Week 3 – intervention and enrichment should both be operational.

6  Use for struggling, retaking test(grade recovery) and make-ups or individual tutoring.  Must target at least 5-10 students- you should generate an Assignment Statistics report and target these kids. GRADES WILL BE MONITORED to see if necessary students are getting help. (large sessions can get inclusion assistance)  Inform student to attend and give pink intervention pass and then put on submit list( or send to ISS by beginning of 5 th ) 5 th, 6 th and 7 th students are put on the next day’s list.  Priority days Monday – English Tuesday – Social Studies Wednesday – Science Thursday – Math Friday – open (suggested target high level students) or grade level meetings (give preference if student is scheduled for more than one session on assigned day. May release to go to other teacher if finished with you)

7 send remediation list to ISS by end of 5 th period(by ) pink slip to student – just don’t tell them. ISS will use a checklist to report to office who has NOT submitted an intervention list. 5 th period ISS is to post list template to MOODLE 5 th period Office Aid will deliver printed absentee list and copy of intervention list to teachers who want a hard copy. A list will also be posted in the mall. (Suggestions you may want to post a list on your door).

8  Do not teach to the middle (mass.)  Set up your classroom into working centers. For example test takers or make-up students, peer tutoring, one- one teacher tutoring.  Establish procedures for how you will operate.  Utilize Study Island  Do not overschedule students where you can not control your class.  Administer to all NO SHOWS an after school detention. If you need help contacting a student – call administration.  Do not allow student to sit in your room unless you are visiting.

9 1. John Phelan 2. Jeff Davis 3. Craig Hebert- 4. Mary Pat Lachaussee – 5. Danielle Greene 6. Shay Herpin – 7. Curtis Bufford – 8. Craig Blanchard 9. Stephen Loteif Alvin Romero Patty Richard – 12. Donald Richard – 13. Angela Grant – 14. Alyson Bourque – 15. Timmie Melancon 16. Tim Gabor – 17. Jenny Mire Estee’ –

10  Not giving students a PINK slip just telling them.  Enrichment teachers not checking list to take roll.  Teachers not submitting list on time. (changed to end of fourth-beginning of fifth).  Teachers not knowledge about DIFFERENTIATING INSTRUCTION – intervention should incorporate centers and needed help for STRUGGLING students. – make-ups are the last priority.  If students sign-up with you and NEED help make sure you put their name on the list.  Give students a After School Detention if they are a NO SHOW. If you need help tracking a kid – buzz the office.

11  When an intervention teacher is absent students go to enrichment.  When an enrichment teacher is absent – students must read book for 20 minutes. --This announcement will be made before LUNCH.  Students who skip go to after school detention.  There is no negotiating to skip INTERVENTION.


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