Teacher Assisted/Student Centered (TASC) Intervention Block for all students. The primary goal of TASC is to provide intervention and academic support for students within the school day, to provide enrichment and supplemental learning for students experiencing academic success and provide all students with access to their teachers during the academic day. TASC block meets every day for approximately 45 min. Students are each assigned to a TASC Homeroom for the year. The first day of the week in TASC is a Planning Day. The remaining days of the week are Intervention Days.
Mondays: Current class averages are uploaded to the TASC software at the end of each week. On Mondays, students report to their TASC Homeroom and review academic progress with their teacher. (If a holiday or bad weather on Monday, Tuesdays will be the planning day.) At this time, students and teacher schedule their TASC time for the rest of the week. Students with an average of 75% or less will be scheduled to that class during TASC; after students review pre-bookings, they may request to be assigned to a teacher during TASC. Student will receive a printed copy of their TASC schedule for the week.
Tuesday-Friday: TASC Intervention Days- Students report to subject teachers as per their TASC
schedule. During TASC, teachers will offer subject-specific help: re-explaining concepts, clarifying course expectations, provide time for make-up work, quizzes, tests, and follow-up work.
Student Expectations during TASC:
● Be present: Students will be marked “Present/Inactive, Present/Active, Absent. Students
will remain in their assigned location until TASC is dismissed.
● Be on task: Students are expected to be productive during TASC; all school-wide behavioral
expectations apply during TASC.
● Be responsible: All students will be expected to work during TASC; all expectations of
student conduct will be enforced during TASC.