Re-FLEX (A Support Program During FLEX)
Re-FLEX is designed for students of any grade level who are academically struggling and/or not utilizing their FLEX period for what it is intended to do. Through this pull out process, students will participate in a week-long academic and social emotional support series to help them better prepare for their academics moving forward. Additionally, these students will be monitored by the intervention and supports team and may be checked in with for an extended period of time beyond their scheduled Re-FLEX time.
HOW ARE STUDENTS SELECTED
The intervention team (Principal, Vice Principals, Counselors, School Social Worker, and Community Intervention Assistant) meets regularly and will assign students to Re-FLEX as the need becomes apparent. Additionally, and to assist in the selection process, teachers will assign students that they can easily identify as individuals needing the extra support.
FLEX RE-ENTRY PROCESS
Upon successful completion of the Re-FLEX support series students will be provided with a re-entry pass to provide to their teachers.
TOPICS TO BE ADDRESSED DURING RE-FLEX SUPPORT
Understanding student academic barriers through small group discussions.
Academic strategies that support student learning (study skills, note- taking, homework logs, etc.)
Strategies on how to appropriately communicate with adults on campus.
Create academic and/or social/emotional goals.
Provide peer tutoring when possible.