The Boquet Valley Central School District shall provide Academic Intervention Services (AIS) to students who have been identified as being at risk of falling below the state learning standards in English language arts, mathematics, social studies, and/or science. Such services may include additional instruction services and/or student support services such as guidance, counseling, and study skills.
A student’s eligibility for academic intervention services will be determined based on his or her performance on state assessment examinations and/or in accordance with District assessment procedures.
When it has been determined that a student needs academic intervention services, the parents will be notified, in writing, by the Principal who is the coordinator of Academic Intervention Services. The notice will outline the reason the student needs such services, the type of services to be provided and the consequences of not achieving the performance standards. In addition, the District will provide the parents with opportunities to consult with teachers and other professional staff, regular reports on the student’s progress and information on ways to monitor and work with teachers to improve the student’s performance.