Regardless of how much academic content support time your class provides, it makes sense to deliberately structure what this support looks like. Answering a few guiding questions can help you develop a more meaningful structure.
Is this time for students to work on any assignments or assessments?
Will you personally provide direct academic support or will you be facilitating one-to-one sessions during this time.
Will you have content support specialists available or can you provide a list of teachers that are free to help during this time?
If you are in middle school, is there a group of available and dependable high school students that could offer peer tutoring during this time?
Should students have the freedom to choose 1-2 days to 'opt-out' of the regularly scheduled learning support curriculum to prepare for a particularly significant assessment?