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Teague Elementary

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Tutoring

Teague Elementary School is continuously working towards supporting our students in several different ways.  
 
Academic Support
 
After school tutorials - Students can attend after school tutorial sessions.  Sessions are offered in the fall, winter and spring.  They take place on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3:15 to 4:15.  Each session will last 6 weeks for a total of 12 tutorial meetings per session.  Tutorials will focus on a variety of areas including reading, writing and math skills.  Tutorials are based on grade levels.  Teachers will send home parent permission slips with students that are being recommended for tutorials.  If a parent wants to their child to attend, please simply contact your teacher to request a permission slip. The dates for after school tutorials are as follows;
 
Session I - 8/22/17 - 9/28/17
Session 2 - 10/31/17 - 12/14/17 (immediately following parent conferences)
Session 3 - 1/16/18 - 2/22/18 
Session 4 - 3/20/18 - 5/10/18 (immediately following spring parent conferences) 
 
Saturday school - Students can attend Saturday school sessions.  Sessions are offered in the fall, winter and spring.  Saturday school begins with breakfast at 8:00 am.  Class starts at 8:30 am and will end at 12 noon. Each session will last 6 meetings per session.  Saturday school sessions are based on reading test scores and math test scores.  Teachers will send home parent permission slips with students that are being recommended for tutorials.  If a parent wants to their child to attend, please simply contact your teacher to request a permission slip.  Students may also attend Saturday school to make up absences from the week in order to qualify for perfect attendance. The dates for Saturday schools are as follows;
 
Session 1 - 9/9/17 - 11/18/17
Session 2 - 1/13/18 - 3/10/18
Session 3 - 4/14/18 - 6/2/18
 
Reading Intervention - Students can receive additional reading support through our reading intervention team. A team of two reading teachers and two teacher's aides will work with classroom teachers in 2nd through 4th grade to identify students needing reading support.  The student will receive support in the reading classroom in small groups.  Classroom teachers will receive updates on student's progress to share with parents.   Parents can request through their student's teacher if reading support is needed and available for their student if they are not already in the program.