A new lesson plan at Cape Girardeau Junior High School has a focal point of giving students the time they need to succeed. School officials say that they have worked for several months, referring to their leadership team and teachers. Officials say they are ready to unveil program designed to focus more teaching time on math, along with English language arts and they’re calling the program WIN, which stands for What I Need. Officials say they are going to provide a 35-minute period, four days a week for all students whether they’re overachieving or underachieving in the classroom. This program includes extra time with math and ELA teachers in smaller groups.

A new lesson plan at Cape Girardeau Junior High School has a focal point of giving students the time they need to succeed. School officials say that they have worked for several months, referring to their leadership team and teachers. Officials say they are ready to unveil program designed to focus more teaching time on math, along with English language arts and they’re calling the program WIN, which stands for What I Need. Officials say they are going to provide a 35-minute period, four days a week for all students whether they’re overachieving or underachieving in the classroom. This program includes extra time with math and ELA teachers in smaller groups.

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