All students will receive a guaranteed and viable curriculum and valid and reliable assessments. The assessments will be used to determine academic gaps which will be addressed through intervention services. These services include intervention groups facilitated by staff, intervention programs (Read 180), after school tutoring and summer school opportunities. School counselors at all schools and an additional school psychologist are available to support the social, emotional and mental health needs of all students through individual sessions, small groups, and referrals to appropriate community providers. In addition they work with staff to identify students in need and determine necessary supports.