Response to Intervention
Students having difficulty with academics or behavior receive help under YES Prep’s Response to Intervention (RTI) Committee.
The RTI Committee at each campus works to identify the reason a student may be struggling. From there, the committee develops and implements interventions to assist the student. These interventions may include supports like check-ins, tutorials, peer tutoring, counseling, behavioral support, and a variety of other services that are available to all students. A process is in place for screening potential reading difficulties. See the section on Dyslexia Services below.
If a student is experiencing learning and/or behavioral difficulties, the guardian may contact the school administrator to learn about YES Prep’s overall screening system for support services. Legal guardians will be notified if a student is receiving interventions.
Should the student's family or school staff suspect a need for specially designed instruction through special education services, they can refer the student for a special education evaluation at any time.