Students receive a variety of interventions, based on data, and the frequency and intensity of the interventions are based on student needs. Teacher recommendation should accompany assessment results when planning interventions. Fidelity to the intervention is key and must be results-driven with constant monitoring of the intervention.
St. Marcus Lutheran School provides interventions to students by creating a consistent schedule across grade levels. For example, every second-grade class has reading and math at the same time. This allows staff to implement a 30-minute reading intervention time and a 30-minute math intervention time. Exit tickets and assessment data are used to form groups to either enrich or intervene.