In-Class Support Description
Itinerant Support is designed to provide support for
students with disabilities in the general education environment in order
to maintain success academically. This is the least restrictive
placement for students with learning needs, and requires students to
attend 5th block to meet with their support teacher at least
once a week. Itinerant Support teachers work with students in the
content area classrooms by: clarifying directions and newly taught
skills, facilitating group work, providing assistance during independent
activities, aid in note taking, and/or redirecting students to academic
Learning Objectives for Itinerant Students:
Students will work on their individual IEP goals in order to improve their individual skill sets.
Students will learn how to take notes as well as improve their study
habits, so that they will be successful in their academic courses.
Students will learn to become independent learners by taking
advantage of regular education supportive resources as well as develop
self-advocacy skills to help navigate the academic community
Itinerant Support Expectations:
Be respectful to all members of the school community
Complete agenda book on a daily basis
Maintain organizational skills
Schedule a time to meet with Miss Hanner each week to check in and receive support.
All members of the school community are expected to be respectful of
each other. Negative comments about anyone’s race, nationality,
religion, physical appearance or ability, intellectual capability,
gender identity, sexual orientation, work ethic or character are
unacceptable and will not be tolerated.