ZAP Intervention Program

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ZAP Intervention
Program
Serrano Intermediate
Where no child has a right to fail
What is ZAP?
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Zero’s Aren’t Permitted
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Lunchtime intervention program developed to
hold students accountable for missing
assignments
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First line of defense in holding students
accountable for work completion
CPSEL 2,3,4
ZAP Vision
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ZAP is a program were high expectations are
set for all students to maximize their potential.
Students will be taught responsibility and
organization and be held accountable for
completing all assignments.
CPSEL 1,2
Research
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Response to Intervention (RTI) is based upon
the assumption that schools cannot wait for
struggling students to fall far enough below
grade level to “qualify” for help. Instead,
schools should develop a systematic, school
wide process in which struggling students
receive targeted, research-based interventions
at the first sign of difficulties.
Rick DuFour (2007)
CPSEL 2,3,5,6
ZAP Procedures
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Students missing 2 or more assignments, or 1 large assignment
adversely affecting his/her grade is “zapped”
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Teacher contacts parent and sends work home on Friday with ZAP
form
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Student is given the weekend to complete the missing assignments
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If work is returned Monday completed, student receives credit and
is not “zapped”
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If work is not returned Monday complete, student is “zapped” and
must attend lunch intervention until the assigned work is completed
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Repeat offenders are assigned mandatory before or after school
homework club instead of ZAP
CPSEL 1,2,3,4
Final Data
GPA
Serrano Intermediate - GPA
3.1
3.0
2.9
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.5
2.4
3.09
2.96
2.69
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
School Year
CPSEL 3,4,5,6
Final Data
Serrano Intermediate - "D's" & "F's"
12
Percent
10
8
6
7.4
7.2
5.4
4
2
3
2.8
1.9
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
0
F's
D's
School Year
CPSEL 3,4,5,6
Contact
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Nikole Smith
Gary Gray
Jeremy Sherman
(949)586-3221
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