Enrichment & Accelerated Programming 20222023 School Year
Elementary Enrichment & Extension
Criteria for Elementary Enrichment & Extension Placement
 ELA Placement  Math Placement 
Identification Throughout the 3rd Grade School Year 
3rd Grade 
  Identified through building data review process using assessment data (Ex: MAP, Pre Module Assessments, Post Module Assessments)
 Placement is fluid throughout modules of instruction

Identification Year  Students Entering 4th Grade 
4th Grade  Students must have 4 out of the 5:  Consistently scores at or around 85th% on current year MAP assessments
 InView CSI of 110 or higher
 Reading Level above grade level using Benchmark Assessment System  F&P
 Mastery of Critical Standards as identified during the 20212022 School Year
 Teacher Input demonstrating work ability
 Students must have 3 out of the 4:  Consistently scores at or around 85th% on current year MAP assessments
 InView CSI of 110 or higher
 Mastery of Critical Standards as identified during the 20212022 School Year
 Teacher Input demonstrating work ability

 Students in 3rd grade will take the InView assessment in March. (Family Letter)
 Results of the InView assessment will be shared with families in the Spring.
Elementary Enrichment & Extension Programming Structure
 ELA  Math 
3rd Grade 
  30 minute block of Personalized Learning Time
 3rd grade standards

4th Grade   90 minute block of Tier I Reading, Writing and Foundational Skills
 30 minute block of Personalized Learning Time
  60 minute block of Tier I math instruction
 30 minute block of Personalized Learning Time
 4th grade standards

 4th grade students will have the opportunity for enrichment and extension in either English Language Arts, Math, or both depending on placement criteria.
 4th grade students will be rostered to a 4th grade classroom and will engage with grade level peers in lunch, recess, specials, morning meeting, and science/social studies.
Elementary Enrichment & Extension Communication Plan
 Letters will be sent to families throughout the school year following data review meetings inviting students to participate in the 3rd grade Enrichment & Extension program.
 Letters will be mailed to families inviting students to participate in the 4th grade Enrichment & Extension program in August of the new school year.
Campus Accelerated
Criteria for Campus Accelerated Placement
ELA Placement  Math Placement 
Students must:  Consistently scores at or around 85th% on current year MAP assessments
And have at least 4 of the following:  Reading Level above grade level using Benchmark Assessment System  F&P or MAP Lexile scores
 A narrative writing sample (5th)/ literary analysis writing sample (7th) with consistent 4’s in focus, development and organization
 Mastery of Critical Standards as identified during the 20212022 School Year
 Teacher Input form demonstrating work ability
 Students must:  Consistently scores at or around 85th% on current year MAP assessments
And have at least 2 of the following:  IAR score 4 or higher
 Mastery of Critical Standards as identified during the 20212022 School Year
 Teacher Input form demonstrating work ability

Criteria for Double Accelerated Math Placement
 Student consistently performs at the 99th percentile
 Student consistently exceeds performance on IAR state assessment
 Student is administered math placement test and performs at or above an 85% to determine mastery of grade level standards
 Teacher input form is completed on student
 Building Principal is consulted for placement change
 Parent/Guardian is consulted for placement change

Campus Accelerated Programming Structure
 ELA  Math 
Identification Year  Students Entering 5th Grade 
5th Grade   80 minute block of instruction
 Mastery of Grade Level Standards with a focus on differentiation, text complexity. additional writing opportunities, questioning techniques & DOK levels in questioning
  80 minute block of instruction
 5th & 6th grade standards

6th Grade   80 minute block of instruction
 Mastery of Grade Level Standards with a focus on differentiation, text complexity. additional writing opportunities, questioning techniques & DOK levels in questioning
  80 minute block of instruction
 6th & 7th grade standards

Identification Year  Students Entering 7th Grade 
7th Grade   80 minute block of instruction
 Mastery of Grade Level Standards with a focus on differentiation, text complexity. additional writing opportunities, questioning techniques & DOK levels in questioning
  80 minute block of instruction
 8th grade standards  Pre Algebra I

8th Grade   80 minute block of instruction
 Mastery of Grade Level Standards with a focus on differentiation, text complexity. additional writing opportunities, questioning techniques & DOK levels in questioning
  80 minute block of instruction
 9th grade standards  Algebra I
**Students in double accelerated receive instruction on 10th grade standards  Honors Geometry 
Identification Year  Students Entering 9th Grade 
High School Math Course Offerings for Freshmen
Minooka High School  Joliet West High School 
Algebra I AB Algebra I Advanced Algebra I Geometry Geometry Honors Geometry in Construction Algebra II Algebra II Honors  Algebra I Geometry Algebra I Honors Geometry Honors Advanced Algebra Honors 
Campus Accelerated Communication Plan
 Letters will be mailed to families inviting students to participate in the Campus Accelerated Program in July before the new school year.