Student profiles based on the assessment review were discussed with teachers, whose insights also contributed to the placement of each learner in an appropriate group. Teachers also received supplemental training on how to lead a learning community. Space was developed in the schedule for a 30-minute “What I Need” (WIN) time block four days per week. This was done by shortening regular class periods from 55 to 50 minutes. Plans were created on how to meet each learner in their area of greatest need for 6-week blocks of focused instruction and student work. To augment instructional resources and give the WIN period a special feel, high school students in the National Honor Society provided mentoring support, as did the art and music teachers. WIN programs spill beyond the classroom in order to engage students in their areas of special interest, for example, by using a gardening project to strengthen student math skills. Some of the other WIN programs include a Reading Buddy Program, Social Skills Story Groups, Nonverbal Reasoning Enrichment, Phonemic Awareness Intervention, Study Skills Workshop, and Fact Fluency Intervention.