Academic Enrichment and Intervention

Instructional Coach - Suzanne Weaver

As an instructional coach, my role provides support to teachers as we continuously improve the quality of our instruction, and the quality of our students’ education. The teachers and I collaborate to plan lessons, ensure best practices are being implemented, and analyze data to determine if our instruction is effective. In addition to monitoring the overall instruction of our school, I organize and conduct professional development, create instructional resources, write grants , initiate additional learning opportunities, and whatever else is needed to ensure our students and teachers are successful..

AIG/Enrichment Services - Rebecca Dixon

Academically or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) or enrichment services provides support and fosters creative thinking through rigorous curriculum to students. Giftedness, academically or intellectually gifted students perform, or show potential for performing, at high levels of accomplishments when compared with others of their age, experience, or environment. Gifted students require differentiated educational services beyond regular educational programming. Enrichment/AIG services are based on a student’s Beginning of Grade (BOG) assessments, End of Grade (EOG) tests, and/or teacher observation. Students are provided services through small group pull out sessions and/or teacher inclusion push-in services.

The focus of the enrichment program is to provide challenging instructional activities through differentiated curriculum and instruction to students who demonstrate high academic potential. Students complete project-based learning activities, participate in book studies, and are given opportunities for critical thinking. The small group sessions are held once a week with curriculum from all areas.

 School Psychologist -

School psychologists are uniquely qualified members of school teams that support students' ability to learn and teachers' ability to teach. They apply expertise in mental health, learning, and behavior, to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. 

Some roles include:

  • Academic, behavioral, and mental health supports

  • Evaluation, assessment, and data analysis

  • Consultation with teachers and families

  • Crisis prevention and response