Student Intervention Process
The Student Support program at Faith Lutheran Academy is designed to identify and support students that are having academic struggles in the classroom. Progress monitoring occurs through benchmark assessments given at the start of each trimester, classroom observations, and standardized testing. Should a student demonstrate a need for greater support, a teacher may request a Student Intervention Team be established to create a Student Intervention Plan to use in the classroom and at home.
If a student continues to struggle after a 6-8 week period, that student may be referred for outside assessment with a neuropsychologist. Diagnosis through a neuropsychologist may qualify that student for additional classroom support through a 504 plan and extra instruction through the Resource Program.