Title I Reading Programs
The Greenwood School District has two Title I Reading programs in grades K-6.
Reading Recovery is an early intervention program for children at risk of failing to learn to read/write in the primary grades (Kindergarten, First, and Second). The goal of the program is to help children develop effective reading and writing strategies in order to successfully perform in the average group setting in the regular classroom. The program is founded on research-based procedures that have been successful in reversing the failure cycle in most children in a short amount of time, 30 minutes a day for 12-16 weeks.
Reading Therapy is an intensive reading program involving students in grades K-6. The program is a phonics based program that serves identified struggling readers. Small group instruction will be provided daily to qualifying students in the areas of word decoding, spelling, handwriting, and fluency. The goal of the program is to improve all areas of literacy.