The intervention team at Woodrow Wilson Academy helps students who struggle behaviorally, academically, or emotionally. Support in specific areas may include reading, writing and math, English language acquisition, executive functioning, speech and language, occupational therapy, and social/emotional.
Students who qualify for an Individual Education Plan (IEP) are jointly supported by their teachers and the WWA intervention team based on what is outlined in their plans. Students on 504 Plans may occasionally receive additional support from the team as well. Both services are provided to students as required by state and federal law and help students develop skills to achieve their education goals and have equal access to the regular education curriculum.
In addition, for over 10 years, members of the team have been working with our youngest population to pre-screen for speech-language concerns, provide additional reading support through our Reading Coach, present social-emotional curriculum in classrooms, run student support groups, and provide student counseling services.
Is your student struggling in school in an area that you believe the intervention team could support, and you’re unsure of what to do next?