Intervention Support Services:
EAGLE College Prep will use the funds from ESSER III to bring on intervention support services that respond to students' academic, social, emotional and mental health needs, particularly for those students most been disproportionately impacted such as our low-income, English learners, students with disabilities or displaced students such as homeless, foster or migratory students.
Intervention Teacher - The intervention teacher will provide intervention instruction directly to students during the school day. They will work closely with teachers and school leadership select students for intervention and ensure students are receiving adequate time and resources during their intervention. Interventions will be conducted in both ELA and Math.
School Counselor - The school counselor will provide social, emotional and mental health services to students on campus in one to one, small group, and whole class lessons to ensure that students have access to appropriate counseling services. Counselors will also provide referral support to families as appropriate.
Revision #1 - 5/25/22: Remove the Special Education Coordinator. Special Education Coordinator - They will be responsible for ensuring schools have a program in place and are following their program of instruction for addressing the needs of our Special Education.
Tutoring - Tutoring services will be provided to struggling students before school, after school, and/or during the school day as appropriate. Tutoring will take place in small group or one to one setting and will focus on the essential reading and/or math skills needed by the student to ensure future success.
Curriculum Resources Supports - Curriculum materials in Reading, Math and Social-Emotion will be adopted for students. The materials will include all the teacher and student resources as well as resources that address small group and individual student needs and the needs of student groups who have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID 19 pandemic. The curriculum used for Reading will be Amplify Core Knowledge and Amplify ELA curriculum. The curriculum used for Math will be Eureka Math by Great Minds. The Social Emotion curriculum that will be used is Second Step Elementary and Second Step Middle School.
Professional Development for staff will be provided to ensure that the resources and materials purchased are being used to address the needs of all students, but especially the needs of our most vulnerable students such as low-income, English learners, students with disabilities or displaced students such as homeless, foster or migratory students. Professional development including Math, Reading, and SEL as well as stipends for teachers and staff who ae receiving professional development outside of their contracted hours.
Chromebooks will be purchased to continue a one to one technology learning environment where students have access to materials and resources on their Chromebooks, both in person in the classroom and at home. Staff Laptops will also be purchased to ensure that staff have the resources and materials needed to support their students in our ever growing technologically advanced environment.
Additional classroom resources infrastructure will be need or teachers to teach both virtual and in person lessons. Sharp Boards will be ordered for classrooms that do not currently have this technology to support students in an online learning environment. Infrastructure such as wiring will also be put in place so the boards are able to run at their full capacity.
Support Services for Google classroom will also be purchased and provided to staff, teachers, and students to ensure technology support during the school day and outside of the school day. They will assist with setting up he Google Classrooms and ensuring continuity between the various Google applications.
Math Manipulatives will be purchased to provide for small group and whole group instruction and ensure all students have their own supplies.
All materials, staff, resources, and supports purchased using the ESSER III funds will go to ensuring a high quality education in a loving and nurturing environment. These resources will target all students who may have been disproportionately impacted by COVID 19 such as our low-income, English learners, students with disabilities or displaced students such as homeless, foster or migratory students. Our goal through interventions is to ensure our students have the staff, materials, and resources to grow and succeed.