Tier 2 interventions are targeted at students whose needs are not being met by universal tools and interventions. Approximately 15% of the student body may receive tier 2 interventions at any time.
Tier 2 interventions typically set behavioral or academic goals and use a systematic approach to achieve those goals. Interventions are data-monitored, and students may utilize more than one intervention until they find one that addresses their needs. Some tier 2 interventions may involve one-on-one sessions with teachers, daily check-ins, academic support classes, mentorship, peer tutoring, executive function tutoring, or other supports. The goal of all interventions is to help students establish academic and emotional independence. All tier 2 and 3 interventions are organized and implemented by a student's core team. Request support by filling out the student support request form.