A Schoolwide program upgrades the entire instructional program in the school building to enable all children, particularly the lowest achieving students, to reach the state’s standards for reading/language arts and mathematics. A school building is eligible to implement a Schoolwide program if at least 40 percent of the enrolled students are low income. Targeted Assistance buildings serve only the children who are eligible for services (that is, those determined through academic multi-criteria). Both Targeted Assistance and Schoolwide buildings serve children through a number of delivery methods, such as preschool, supplemental kindergarten, summer school, before and after school programs and in class.
This web site provides suggestions on how to help your child with reading, writing and mathematics. Community Resources are included also. It also has resources and web links for you and your student. .