The Charter Foundation recognizes that education includes addressing the whole student, and not just the academics. To this end, we are taking a wholistic approach within the school setting. The presence of a counselor will allow for group activities, such as team building and the development of social skills within peer groups. Access to a counselor also give students a resource to help with adjustments as they return to school with more intensive focus on academics and peer relations. Intervention services offered include expanded access to online programs to help students missing skills, access to tutoring services within the school community. All locations serve student populations with a high Title 1 percentage and EL percentage, and are taking advantage of these additional curriculum and intervention programs. Programs designed to target specific skill deficits for SPED students are being utilized. Data from intervention and assessment programs is being used to identify students with learning deficits, and to address these deficits. Extended summer school offerings will be available at select locations, allowing for smaller instruction groups to meet the needs of students with learning deficits. Students will also have access to expanded enrichment opportunities, such as sports, music, and drama, which will increase social interactions and participation in school-related activities. This will encourage students to want to attend become part of the school community, and to develop confidence in social settings. Social-emotional programs such as PBIS will be implemented in the classroom and larger school community.