Tiger Achievement Center (TAC)

The purpose of the Tiger Achievement Center is to improve personal
and academic performance of all students. Students will experience success,
develop independence, and demonstrate self-advocacy through assistance and support.

The Tiger Achievement Center (TAC) was implemented during the 2012-13 school year. This year, Tiger Achievement Centers will be open at Fremont Middle School and Fremont High School. The center is designed to offer a safe, welcoming environment for all students to acquire skills, gain knowledge, and experience success. The TAC…

  • Fosters student access to the general curriculum.
  • Builds self-awareness as a learner, and facilitates self-advocacy.
  • Provides differentiated strategies to meet diverse learning needs.
  • Utilizes learning and content professionals with technology resources.
  • Promotes communication among all staff, students, and paraprofessionals.

Students may access the TAC through self-referral or through the referral of a teacher. The TAC is staffed by a certified teacher and paraprofessionals. Teachers may refer any student who…

  • needs support after classroom instructional strategies/interventions have been exhausted.
  • needs print read aloud.
  • self-refers.
  • teacher teams have determined needs support.
  • needs support with FPS “essential learnings.”

Please contact Lavonna Emanuel at Fremont Middle School if you need additional information:
Lavonna.Emanuel@fpsmail.org

Please contact John Arensberg at the High School if you need additional information:
John.Arensberg@fpsmail.org

The purpose of the Tiger Achievement Center is to improve personal and academic performance
of all students. Students will experience success, develop independence,
and demonstrate self-advocacy through assistance and support.

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