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Accelerated Intervention Services (AIS)
 

Dr. Ginsberg, Principal
285 Rosedale Road
Princeton, NJ 08540

Tel: 609.806.4240
Fax: 609.806.4241


Mrs. Augustin and Mrs. Vandervort
Accelerated Intervention Support Teachers

        The mission of the Accelerated Intervention Services (AIS) Program in the Princeton Regional Schools is to provide supplemental instruction that focuses on the academic needs of every eligible student determined by multiple assessments in order to accelerate students to meet grade-level benchmarks in reading, writing and math. The District has outlined a K-12 assessment framework in language arts and mathematics. These assessments will be administered at various intervals during the school year to monitor student progress. School-level teams will review the assessment data for each student. This data will be used to inform instructional decisions for students who need additional academic support in order to make progress in meeting state standards.

       Academic and behavioral interventions will be provided in various settings to support the needs of this diverse group of students. This is a tiered academic intervention program designed to accelerate student progress. Some students will receive supplemental instruction in before, after or summer program settings.

        AIS integrates assessment and intervention within a multi-levei instructional system to maximize student achievement. Within a Response to Intervention (RTI) framework, we will identify students at risk for poor learning outcomes, monitor student progress, provide evidence-based interventions, and adjust the frequency and duration of those interventions. Progression to higher and lower tiers in the RTI framework is determined by a students response to these interventions.

        An AIS program does not replace a regular education program. In this way AIS is aligned with NCLB and IDEA guidelines for early intervention services by supplementing a students regular educational program with additional services that address specific needs.