All students, including students from low-income families, students of color, English learners, children with disabilities, students experiencing homelessness, children in foster care, and migratory students, will participate in our reteach/enrich program. Teachers will enter formative assessment date into Performance Matters. Grade level teams will determine which students need to be re-taught and which ones can go on to enrich. Academic programs are developed to meet the reteach and enrich needs. Post formative assessments will be given to see if reteach increased academic attainment. Students who fail to meet grade level expectations consistently will be placed on the Student Support Team monitoring. The Student Support Team will look at academics, attendance, social emotional concerns, socioeconomic status, etc to attempt to address any barriers to student success at school. Student Support Team will also implement Tier 2 interventions which could mean small group instruction, alternative curriculum, counseling, behavior management plans, etc. If after Tier 2 interventions, the student continues to make inadequate progress, they will be referred to an evaluation process to determine if the student has a disability. Students with disabilities most often continue to go to Tier 1 and Tier 2 interventions, however, they get additional specialized help from the ESS department. For social emotion concerns, we are purchasing remote counseling in addition to a full-time on campus counselor. Some students would prefer to talk to an anonymous counselor rather than one they know from our small town. Our instructional programs and practices align with the Arizona Department of Education's evidence based activities for academic improvement.