Educational Support

  • Educational success is best achieved when students, parents/guardians, administrators, and teachers work together. We provide a number of programs to ensure students get the most out of their experience.

    Academic Recovery Classes

    The purpose of the Davies Academic Recovery Classes is to provide additional instructional time in core academic subjects (English, math, social studies, science and reading) for students who have a class average of 69 or below; therefore, providing targeted, intensive support and effective interventions for students who are failing. The hopeful outcome of the Davies Academic Recovery Classes is the enhancement and broadening of the reading, writing and math skills necessary to succeed in the core subject area(s) in which the student is demonstrating a need for extra support. These classes may also be assigned as part of an Intervention/Behavior Plan, Individual Educational Program, or 504 Plan. Please contact the Guidance Department if you have any questions.

    Resource Assignment Center

    The Resource Assignment Center is designed to address the academic and behavioral needs of students who are having issues properly interacting within the Davies community. This short-term, highly structured academic class provides an opportunity for students to continue their academic classes with a low student-to-teacher ratio. Students will receive daily feedback regarding their behavior and academic performance. Students are assigned to the Resource Assignment Center through the Office of Student Management, an Intervention Plan, and/or the Response to Intervention Team.

    Response to Intervention Team (RTI)

    We believe in identifying and establishing interventions for students having educational and/or behavioral difficulties. The Response to Intervention initiative (RTI) is a multi-tiered problem solving approach for selected students, using effective interventions, combined with progress monitoring and databased decisions. Students will be identified by guidance or may be referred to guidance by parents or staff. Any questions regarding this process should be directed to the RTI team.