CLIU Act 89 Program Plan

  • Program Plans and Participation

    Remedial Services in Reading and Math
    The major objective of teachers who provide remedial assistance is to help students maximize academic strengths while overcoming individual learning needs. Individual and small group instruction is aligned with classroom activities. Comprehensive diagnostic assessments utilizing technology and research based programs support student growth.  Standardized test scores, classroom performance, and teacher/principal recommendation are used for this service.

    School Counseling
    Elementary School Counselors work with students in grades K-8 who are referred for emotional or social concerns which may be interfering with their academic success. Written parental permission is required before a student can be seen individually by a counselor. Secondary School Counselors work with students in grade 9-12.  In order to meet the needs within individual schools, counseling services are offered in the following areas: academic subject, study skills, career needs, college planning, consultation, crisis intervention, developmental programs, personal and preventive contracts, educational referral, and student evaluation. 

    Speech and Language Support
    Speech and language assessments are used to identify eligible students. Services are designed and individualized to provide therapy for students with language difficulties, articulation, fluency, and voice usage.

    Non-Public Federal Programs

    Title 1, Part A
    CLIU enters into contracts with area school districts to provide remedial services to eligible Title 1 students attending non-public schools.  The educational program is designed to help students meet performance standards in reading.