BALDWIN — Baldwin Junior-Senior High School is launching new math and reading intervention programs for students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. The programs, which are being coordinated by Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services, Bruce Mangum, are designed to help students achieve two years’ worth of academic growth in one school year.
About 40 students are starting the reading program this week. The program takes place during normal school hours. Participation is voluntary and eligibility was based on assessments that students took earlier this year.