• Which grade level are services provided for? 

    What are the indicators of eligibility for support services? 

    What type of support systems are being offered? 

    How is progress being monitored?

    Who are the people responsible for delivering support services? 





    All Grades (6th, 7th, 8th)

    Map test

    • (based on district est. local norms and guidelines), scores of less than the 50th percentile is an indicator that a child will not pass the Algebra regents, which is a graduation requirement.


    Teacher recommendation

    • Recommendation made through AIS committee, based on classroom performance & review of MAP score

    Review of:

    • Student report card grades and comments 
    • Classroom performance
      • class work,
      • participation,
      • homework,
      • chapter and unit tests,
      • behaviors that promote learning)
    • Student records, reports, evaluations including, but not limited to discipline records, health-related issues, mobility issues, family issues
    • Attendance records
    • Part 154 performance standards for LEP/ELL Anecdotal records (behavioral indicators)

    Tier I

    • Differentiated instruction in the classroom
    • Period 10 is a time at the end of the day for teachers and students to work on enrichment, remediation and skills work.
    • Lunch help.
    • Before/after school help.

    MAP survey test

    NYS assmnts

    NYS Regents exam

    Grade level benchmark. assessments. 

    Classroom teachers

    SpEd teachers

    School nurses

    Skills Lab





    Tier II

    • Extra period of content support (ELA/Math):
    • Reading AIS:  grades 6, 7, 8
    • Math AIS:  grades 6, 7, 8
    • English AIS:  grade 6 (at grades 7 and 8 English AIS may take place during FLEX).
    • Skills Lab
    • Group counseling

    Tier III

    • Individual counseling
    • AIS with a different math teacher in a class setting and a 5 to 1 ratio.