How does a student qualify for the A2S Program?
Students can be recommended for the program by a teacher or advisor, required by the division director, or the student or parent(s) may request participation.
What types of students would A2S benefit?
- Students who are not working to their potential and who may be falling through the cracks.
- Students who have difficulty getting their work done or done on time.
- Students who may or may not have an identified learning disability.
- Students who are not self-starters, who lack motivation, initiative, and follow-through.
- Students who struggle with organization and planning.
What services doesA2S offer?
• Academic Coaching Check-In: Faculty members will provide daily end of the day check-ins for students, in order to prepare each student so that they leave school daily with an academic plan for the evening’s work.
• Academic Coaching Study Hall: A faculty member will actively supervise and support students in planned sessions as arranged during the day, after school, or in the evening.
• Academic Support Sessions: Sessions may be arranged with teachers, National Honor Society students or other qualified students for academic assistance.
• Assistance Finding Other Resources: The A2S Coordinator will help you with other resources.
For more information, contact the A2S Coordinator, Karen Sippola at firstname.lastname@example.org.