Instructional Support Period

Instructional Support Period at NHS

ISP (instructional Support Period) is a period during the school day for students to practice time management strategies as they mature into adults. Students can self-select the activities in which they participate during the period. The period is 40 minutes long, so students can plan their time accordingly. Mondays and Tuesdays are designated for academic interventions. Wednesdays and Fridays are Campus-Wide Tutorial days. If a student is not in an academic intervention class, they can choose to go to tutorials each day ISP is offered or remain in their ISP class to complete work or study. Here are options for your child during the ISP:

Tutorials: Teachers offer tutorials on specific topics during this time. Students can go to sessions led by their own teacher or can choose to seek assistance from other teachers. Tutorials are offered campus-wide on Wednesdays and Fridays. Teachers that are not in academic interventions on Mondays and Tuesdays are available for tutorials each day ISP is offered.

Clubs/Organizations: Many of our clubs meet during ISP. If a student is interested in starting a club, they can talk to our Associate Principal, Mrs. Jolley.

Student-led Tutorials: Groups such as Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society are available on specific days to help students via peer-to-peer tutoring.

Special Guest Speakers: We will invite special guests, panels of experts, and more to talk to our students about life after high school!

As you can see, there are a plethora of options we offer to students, so we need you to help us help them with their classwork as well as time management skills. It is imperative that they use the time wisely!

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