St. Francis of Assisi School employs a student support team to serve the diverse needs of our students.
The student support team works to improve academic achievement for all students. The team analyzes data, collaborates with classroom teachers, plans individualized interventions, monitors progress, and identifies students who would benefit from 1-1 or small group sessions with a support teacher. Students identified for support typically meet with teachers in a 1-1 or small group setting in the student support classrooms. Student support teachers often co-teach in regular classrooms particularly in middle school.
Student Assistance Team (SAT)
All three of our support teachers are on the Student Assistance Team (SAT). This team meets twice a month and includes counselors, teachers, and administrators. The Student Assistance Team is utilized to determine the academic or behavioral needs of a student.