Our school is proud to provide a safe and secure learning environment - an environment that fosters intellectual development, creativity, and friendships. These policies and guidelines enable us to create, sustain, and grow this wonderful community at Plantation Park Elementary.
Response to Intervention (RtI) is defined as “the change in behavior or performance as a function of an intervention. RtI is implemented as a leveled or tiered approach to instructional delivery that includes interventions of increasingly higher intensity, based on a student’s need; that is, a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS). A problem-solving method of decision-making is employed and results of efforts are documented. The process is intended to result in better learning opportunities (academic and behavioral) and higher achievement for all students. For more information, on RTI view here
Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning (ACCEL) Options Required by 1002.3105, (F.S.)
In accordance with 1002.3105 of the Florida Statutes, all Broward County Public Schools must provide educational options that provide academically challenging curriculum or accelerated instruction to alleligible K-12 students and inform parents and students of these options. As defined by this legislation; Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning (ACCEL) options must include:
· whole grade and mid-year promotion
· subject matter acceleration
· virtual instruction in higher level grade subjects
· a high school Credit Acceleration Program (CAP) via End of Course Exams (EOC)
These options are available at each school to students who meet specific eligibility criteria. Parents interested in having their students participate in an ACCEL option should contact their principal for further information regarding student eligibility and procedural requirements of participation. All options offered meet the intent of this legislation and are in compliance with policy and procedure as set forth by the Broward County School Board Policy 6000.1
Pursuant to the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act the SBBC is posting public notice of the rights of children and youth experiencing homelessness. For more information click here.