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Dana Martineau and Susan Hyde. introducing E arly I ntervention P rogram. Purpose. The Early Intervention Program is… designed to serve students who are at risk of not reaching or maintaining academic grade level performance additional instructional opportunities for students

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Dana Martineau and Susan Hyde

introducingEarly Intervention Program


Purpose

The Early Intervention Program is…

designed to serve students who are at risk of not reaching or maintaining academic grade level performance

additional instructional opportunities for students

focused toward reaching grade level performance in the shortest possible time.


  • *Service

    • K – 3 = 45 minute segments

    • 4 – 5 = 50 minute segments

  • *Students should exit EIP upon reaching grade level performance.

  • *ESOL students may be served in EIP class, but EIP may not take the place of ESOL

Program Structure


Qualifyingfor EIP

1

2

Failure to pass GCRCT

Scoring below the 25th percentile on Universal screening

Our program is fluid.


Universal Screening-Reading


Universal Screening-Math


RTI information

What about the point plan you’ve heard about?

They are part of RTI and are maintained by the homeroom teacher.


Students who scored below the 25th percentile or failed the GCRCT will have a point plan. This is a document that is updated every 2-3 weeks by the homeroom teacher. We will be monitoring their progress. Parents will meet with the RTI team at least twice this year to discuss this data.

RTI Response To Intervention


Exiting

Upon reaching grade level performance.


This concludes our presentation

Thank You

Dana MartineauSusan Hyde

EIP Reading EIP Math

Thanks for being here!

We look forward to working with you.


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But wait…Are there any questions?


EIP 2013-2014


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