On our campus the expectation is that we are going to give every child a great first teach experience in the classroom. We have great teachers with high expectations for each other and for all children. If the first teach is not successful for a student, it is then the expectation on our campus that the teacher works to ensure that this student gets a small group reteach experience. Every teacher on our campus is responsible for classroom interventions. This allows for our specialists to focus on the students who are in need of more intensive interventions. If a teacher believes that a student is in need of a specialist, we have a campus process that brings groups of people together to discuss the needs of the student and they also work as a team to provide ideas and support for the classroom teacher. The specialists are our highest level of intervention on our campus. Everyone on the grade level also works together to help with classroom interventions even before the specialists are involved. The most important thing about our grade levels is that they truly work together to meet the needs of all students on the grade level. Since our students also participate in learning pods, teachers are familiar with students and have a greater understanding of their needs. The Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) also play a key role in this process. When the team comes together and looks at the needs of the students, there is a great opportunity for teachers to learn from one another.