Mount Vernon Academic Interventions
Corrective Reading is designed to promote reading accuracy (decoding), fluency, and comprehension skills of students in grades 4-12 who are reading below their grade level. Students are grouped based on ability and instructed 3-5 days a week.
Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) is designed as a reading intervention to supplement classroom instruction. It is an intensive reading program that focuses on fluency and comprehension to help improve students reading levels in grades 1-5.
Math Clubs - Math teachers are using classroom data and creating individualized lessons for their groups. They will focus on filling gaps from previous years as well as promoting the grade level skills being taught in class.
Reading Clubs - Reading teachers will be using classroom data to work on grade level skills. Students will be doing author studies, book clubs, Lexia, and responding to their reading.
Lexia Core 5 - This is an online reading program that adapts to a child's needs. Students are encouraged to work on Lexia 40-45 minutes each week. There is an initial placement test to identify any gaps that students have. It then begins them on lessons to fill those gaps. This program imbeds the assessment into the lessons and activities that they students are completing.
Moby Max - This is an online program that helps students to fill gaps. It gives students a placement test that identifies all of the missing skills in math, reading, and grammar. It then gives direct instruction lessons to the students in those skills.