Learning Assistance Program
The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) is Washington's state-funded program that provides additional academic support to eligible students. LAP funds are available to support programs in grades K-12 in reading, writing, mathematics, and readiness for those subjects. 

Eligible Students
Eligible students are those identified by the district as achieving below grade level on the state’s assessment, and 11th and 12th grade students at risk of not graduating. Achievement on district assessments of basic skills are also considered.

Accelerated Learning Plans
School districts are required to develop Accelerated Learning Plans (ALP) for any student receiving services that are funded through the Learning Assistance Program (LAP).  The purpose of the plan is to communicate with parents to help ensure continued progress in academic achievement as a foundation for high school graduation. Progress made on the student plan is to be reported to the student’s parents or guardian at least as often as regular grade reporting.  Adjustments to the plan are to be made as necessary based on student progress.

In White River LAP funding is used to support supplemental math and reading instruction at Mountain Meadow Elementary School , Glacier Middle School, and at White River High School.