Mrs. Lantrip painting for the TK and Kindergarten Stencil project.
Academics » Our Response to Intervention

Our Response to Intervention

At Roosevelt School, we recognize that every child has a unique way of learning and we strive to tap into that potential.  Therefore, we have designed our intervention programs around students’ needs and preferences for learning.


During school, every grade level from Kindergarten through fourth grade walk to a reading intervention that focuses on their special needs.  They utilize several different programs and activities such as 95% phonics instruction, Reader’s Theater, Read Naturally and enrichment activities that include research and technology use.

Third and fourth grade also take part in a math walk to intervention.  In these sessions students are grouped by their math needs. They use programs such as Accelerated Math, What’s My Place?  What’s My Value?, and focus on standards they still need to work on, or need enrichment in.

AFTER-SCHOOL RTI PROGRAMS

Our District provides several different after-school programs tailored to fit the needs of your child’s interests. The District after-school programs and resources page provides more information about these opportunities.


We also offer during (for bus riders or those students who cannot get a ride home later) and after school tutoring for those 4th grade students who are struggling to meet 4th grade promotion requirements.  Twice/week, they go to the ERC to participate in Read Naturally (for reading) and/or I-Ready math, depending on which area they need help in.

Grades

Tuesday

Thursday

4th

2:30-3:25

2:30-3:25

4th

3:30-4:15

3:30-4:15

In addition to the above mentioned interventions, the district bilingual department is working with the school to provide tutoring for high risk English Language Learners in the form of after school tutoring. Also, Tulare County Office of Education is providing funds for migrant tutoring after school.