Levels 1 & 2

Levels 1 & 2 - Services Affecting All Students

Level I:
All students have unique interests and learning preference, and they benefit from exposure to possible new interest areas into, through and beyond the core curriculum.  In partnership with support staff, families and the community, teachers modify, adapt and extend the core in response to interests and learning preferences.

    Who:  All students
    What: Enrichment of core curriculum and exposure to possible areas of interest
       • Assessment of interest and learning preferences
       • Choices of learning activities within the core curriculum which are based on interest and/or learning preference
       • Other enrichment opportunities like:
       • Field trips
       • Service learning
       • Guest speakers
       • Residencies
       • Art Adventure
       • Bakken Museum Partnership
       • STEAM Options Days
    When & Where:  Throughout the school day within the classroom

Level II:

Many but not all students deepen areas of interest through school-based enrichment opportunities.  Students are encouraged to explore areas that provoke curiosity, thereby discovering unique strengths and talents.

    Who:  Any students showing an interest, propensity or achievement in a particular area
    What:  School based enrichment providing opportunity to deepen or extend an area of interest or strength
    How:  Students choose or are invited to participate in additional enrichment programming such as:
       • Band/orchestra
       • Clubs (Chess Club)
       • Competitions (Spelling Bee, GISE/GEMS, Lego Robotics, Destination Imagination)
       • History Day
       • Math Counts
       • Student council
       • Interest projects
       • Science and Learning Fair
       • Enrichment clusters
       • Before and After School Spanish / Mandarin
       • Community Education
       • News of the Now (student newspaper)
    When & Where:  Before, during and after school

Level 1 and 2 Examples