Within each classroom in our district, we believe that every student can succeed.

To accomplish this, we utilize the Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports (MTSS), a framework applied at the state, district, and school level that uses implementation science to create one integrated system. Designed to support the needs of all students, MTSS is a prevention-based framework of team-driven, data-based problem solving for improving student outcomes through family, school, and community partnerships, and a layered continuum of evidence-based practices applied at the classroom, school, district, region, and state level.

By utilizing a variety of formal and informal assessments we are able to collaborate and problem solve how to meet each student’s needs. The earlier a concern is addressed, the greater the chances that the student will meet or exceed grade-level expectations and / or performance goals.

Each building has a support team of interventionists that offer classroom teachers and students support throughout the school year. Interventionists will work directly with classroom teachers to provide re-teaching and / or enrichment teaching opportunities for students, when needed, based on the student’s specific academic or behavior needs. If a student is in need of an on-going intervention to close multiple skill gaps or advance their skills, the school will contact the family to communicate a more catered intervention plan with goals and services.

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Five Essential Components of MTSS
MTSS
  1. Team-Driven Shared Leadership

  2. Data-Based Problem Solving and Decision-Making

  3. Family, School, and Community Partnering

  4. Layered Continuum of Supports

  5. Evidence-Based Practices