• Learning Assistance Program (LAP) 


    The learning Assistance Program is a state-funded program to serve students with the greatest deficits in academic basic skills as identified by statewide assessments.  Basic skills include reading, writing, mathematics and readiness associated with those skills. 
     
    Lap funds are used to support interventions in reading, math, and behavior at the K-8 level, to support high school transition for 8th-9th grades, to support reading, math, and behavior for 9th-12th grades, and to support credit recovery for 11th-12th grade students.