This federal program provides funding to assist students who fall just below grade level. Title 1 services enrich student time at school with customized instruction and curricula that help students meet academic standards.
Learning Assistance Program (LAP)
This program is funded through Washington State to supplement the state’s Basic Education Allocation and serves eligible students who need intensive academic support in reading and writing. Supplemental support is provided in addition to regular class instruction in the subject of need. Student eligibility to receive services is based on several factors including test scores, and district and classroom assessments.
Our schools provide speech/language therapy to students with an educationally significant communication impairment. Students in speech therapy have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) with speech/language as an area of service. Speech therapy is usually provided in small groups or one-on-one in a separate classroom. Parents with concerns about their child's communication development can contact the child's teacher or our Speech Therapist.
Transitional Bilingual Education
Transitional Bilingual Education is provided to students who require assistance in obtaining skills in English language. Students from kindergarten through high school receive educational support. Programs may be offered before, after, and during school.