ADSIS
Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instruction Services (ADSIS) is a program that provides instruction to assist students who need additional academic support to succeed in the general education environment. 

Within the ADSIS program, students who may have otherwise been referred for special education testing are given additional academic and/or behavioral support to succeed in the general education environment. The district expects that by implementing targeted interventions through ADSIS, inappropriate referrals to special education will be reduced.


Becky Clark, ADSIS Teacher

651-403-7872 | rebecca.clark@isd197.org


Becky ClarkI believe that reading is one of the most important skills there is and I can't wait to meet your child! 
I joined School District 197 in 2013 and I am so excited to be here. I grew up in Des Moines, Iowa and moved to Minnesota after graduating from Iowa State University. I have taught Kindergarten (1 year), Third grade (15 years) and am currently a Reading Specialist. I am certified as a Level 3 Orton-Gillingham Reading Practitioner through O-G Minnesota/Groves Academy. When I’m not teaching or tutoring, you might find me spending time outside with my husband or with my pets, Josie (Chocolate Lab) and Tobie (black cat).  I am an empty-nester now...my son and daughter both attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

Education
Iowa State University- BFA in Graphic Design (1989)
University of St. Thomas- K-6 License (1996)  / M.Ed: Curriculum and Instruction (1996)
Hamline University- K-12 Reading License (2013)