• Students scoring below proficient on the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) will be scheduled in and Intensive Reading and/or Math class.  

Reading Interventions

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    Reading Interventions include:
     
    Enrollment in and Intensive Reading Class with a Certified Reading Teacher
    Cycling curriculum that reviews the required state standards and competencies
    Placement testing and progress monitoring
    Differentiated Instruction
    SAT and ACT prep 
     
    Level 2 students may be placed with a Certified Content Area Reading (CAR) teacher  in a core class.
     
    11th and 12 grade students will be enrolled in reading until a passing score is achieved, or a concordant score of 19 on the ACT, or 430 on the SAT tests in the Reading subtest.
    * Students Graduating after 2021 need a 480 on their SAT Reading subtest. 
     
    **See http://www.fldoe.org/core/fileparse.php/7764/urlt/GradRequireFSA.pdf for more information on testing requirements.

Math Interventions

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    All students are required to pass the Algebra 1 EOC with a score of 497, or receive a qualifying concordant score. Labelle High School wants to ensure all students are college and career ready upon graduation. To achieve this Labelle High offers several mathematics interventions for students needing to pass the FSA or improve their SAT and ACT scores. Such opportunities include: after school peer math tutoring, blocking Algebra 1A and Algebra 1, assistance in course selection, and FSA-EOC test review sessions.
     
    For questions about peer math tutoring or to join the Google Classroom to obtain access to Mathematics Test Prep material, stop by the Den of Infinity, or email the Math Coach Mr. Lee.