L.U.N.C.H Student Academic Support

  • Students will report to assigned room and sign in with a supervisor. 
    The Prairie L.U.N.C.H. system will begin in September and will run Monday-Friday.

    6th grade room 507 Supervisors: Megan Twadell, MTwadell@barrington220.org (M-F)
    7th grade room 119 Supervisor: Katy McCullough, kmccullough@barrington220.org (M-F)
    8th grade room 303 Supervisor: Christine Dykstra, CDykstra@barrington220.org (M-F) 

    Program Overview: 

    • A lunch-time work period where students are expected to bring their lunch and complete work
    • This program is an independent work time were students have choice to work on assignments, not a tutoring session. 
    • Students are placed on an “Honor System” for attendance. 
    • Information about the new L.U.N.C.H. program will be communicated to Prairie students in their advisory classes.
    • This program exists to help the students academically, not punish them for behaviors in class~ the T/TH detention program for minor infractions was created for behavior.
    • There is no cap for the students on the number times attending L.U.N.C.H. (this will be reviewed at the end of the year).
    • Program is available M-F
    • Students will go to the front of the line in the Commons to get their lunch and report to their assigned rooms.

    Referral Process: 

    • Student self- referred (must get pass from teacher) or teacher referred.
    • Teachers may recommend on the pass the work needed to be completed. Any worksheets or tests needed for the student to finish can be worked on during Colt Time. 

    Supervisor Responsibilities: 

    • Maintains the expectation of the program.
    • Sends out an email to staff daily, with a list of students who showed up for L.U.N.C.H.
    • Reviews daily the grade level assignments to be completed by the students and supplies.
    • Discipline and dismisses students as needed.
    • Communicate any questions or behaviors with referring teacher.