The Sumner School District provides targeted intervention for students below standard in reading. The goal of the program is to accelerate learning for these students and bring them quickly to standard. All elementary schools receive LAP funds to support K-5 English Language Arts.
Students qualify for additional reading support based upon multiple measures including the Smarter Balanced Assessment, Measures of Academic Progress, AIMSweb and other district assessments. Each elementary school identifies the students who are struggling the most to achieve standard and uses the results of district assessments to support students with additional reading instruction. Students served in LAP are taught by highly trained classified and certificated staff members in small group or one-on-one settings during the school day.
Students served in LAP work on reading skills and strategies tailored to their needs. Instruction may be focused on developing foundational skills and comprehension. Some students receive additional support in building vocabulary and oral language comprehension through shared reading. All intervention programs used in the Sumner School District are research-based and align to the core curriculum.
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