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Tutoring/Intervention/Academic Resources

Intervention Options


  1. Mandatory Intervention:  Mandatory Intervention involves a teacher, or a strand - ie all geometry teachers, identify students who need to re-learn material, or retake assessments, and they are given passes to go to X room after their break to take advantage of the opportunity to relearn the material, receive tutoring, or retake assessment during the SSR period. They still get their break, yet if they do not show for the intervention after break, then they will receive the disciplinary consequences for defiance.
  2. Voluntary Intervention:  Voluntary Intervention involves a teacher, or strand - ie all world history teachers, identify students who could benefit from re-teaching or tutoring and give them the option of going to X location during SSR to get support. It is completely optional and student are NOT disciplined if they do not attend.

(Any areas in blue below are clickable links to find out more!)




  1. Start with talking with your TEACHER - ask questions in class about what you don't understand, let them know what you are looking for help on, go on their websites for information/resources, ask them about how you can improve in class and on preparing for your assessments, and ask about intervention options!!!
  2. Take advantage of their websites/resources, all intervention options, and all tutoring options - don't rule out online tutoring options!!
  3. Be willing to put in more time in outside of class in on reading, taking notes, studying!! Read the books and take notes on what you read - this is ABSOLUTELY necessary for college - get use to doing it now.


TVUSD/Temecula Public Library Tutoring Program


Online Tutoring Support 

Please don't rule out this option - they can be extremely valuable!!!!!

Overall General support web sites:

  • Youtube - yes ton of videos/presentations/tutorials on any topics - try it - you will probably find helpful video
  • Khan Academy - focuses on Math, Science, some Social Science, various other areas, CASHEE - CA Exit Exam prep. SAT Math Prep, and random other - very good stuff.
  • PurpleMath - page with links to many math web resources.
  • Purdue University Writing Lab - good English and Writing resources.
  • Chemistry & Physics Tutorials (Check out Mr. Macleans's site on Interventions).


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