All Eisenhower students have the benefit of reading intervention. Eisenhower provides two different types of intervention on campus. The reading lab focuses instruction on phonics skills. Students are pulled in to the reading lab for a 30 minutes a day to receive explicit instruction in phonics. After two weeks of instruction, the students are screened to ensure progress.
In addition to the lab, Eisenhower offers a push-in model for intervention. Instructional assistants go in to the classroom for 1 hour a day to provide on-level and enrichment activities to students, allowing teachers time to work with students needing more individualized instruction.
For more information on reading intervention at Eisenhower please call:
Doreen Herrick, Reading coach, 480-472-5217
Chasity Cruz, Title I Specialist, 480-472-5253