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Providing a System of Extra Support for Middle and High School Students

CPS offers a system of supports with the aim of educating the whole child. Our Student Learning Support system is designed to identify and support students’:

  • Needs, so they may become skilled learners
  • Interests, so they are prepared for the challenges and opportunities of college and career
  • Strengths, so they may contribute to their school community and their own community

The supports summarized here are examples of services available to students in grades 7-12. Each high school may have additional supports or opportunities in place for students. Our aim is to continue building on what’s working in the years to come.

To learn more about the supports available at your child’s school, contact the school's principal, assistant principal or CLC coordinator.

School-Wide Systems of Teacher Collaboration

Continuum of Services for Students with Disabilities (IEP)
Grades 7 and 8

  • Department meetings
  • A collaborative culture
  • Grade-level team meetings
  • Special Education Department meetings
  • Intervention Assistance Team (IAT)
Each school offers its own continuum of services in combination with district-specialized classroom programs. Examples of services available:
  • Inclusion support in the general education classroom
  • Inclusion support co-teaching
  • Resource room to support progress in the general education classroom
  • Cross-categorical classroom with modified curriculum

Please see the school’s case coordinator for more information.

 

Other Supports and Services for Students with Disabilities Behavior Supports
  • Speech and language services
  • Occupational/physical therapy services
  • 504 coordinator
  • Postsecondary transition coordinator
  • Case coordinator
  • School psychology services
  • Home instruction
  • Assistive technology
  • IEP amendments to add strategies/supports
Please see your school’s IAT for more details regarding interventions available.
Some examples include:
  • Check in-check out
  • Functional Behavior Assessment
  • Behavior support plans
  • Peer mediation

 

Research-Based Academic Interventions Intervention Courses
Please see your school’s IAT for more details regarding interventions available.
Some examples include:
  • Read 180
  • Corrective reading
  • Orton Gillingham
  • Teacher-developed supports/tools
Please see your school’s IAT for more details regarding interventions available.
Some examples include:
  • Mathematics Intervention Course   
  • Reading Intervention Course   
  • Behavior/Social Skills Course   
  • Entry Year 7th Grader Course   
  • Entry Year 9th Grader Course

 

Credit Recovery Opportunities Extra Help Supports
APEX Learning and other online curricula and offline courses are available. Options vary by school. Each school offers a range of extra help supports. Examples include:
  • Teacher help nights
  • Guidance office
  • Writing lab
  • Mathematics tutors
  • Reading tutors
  • Peer mentors
  • Course optioning for students
  • Options for a program of study
  • Jobs for Cincinnati graduates
  • MORE (Men Organized, Respectful and Educated)
  • Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

Adult mentors

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