Response to Instruction and Intervention
Response to Instruction and Intervention (RtiI) is a school-wide pro-action framework using student achievement data to develop a seamless approach to delivering instruction. Supported by research-based practices, this framework will provide for appropriate levels of intervention to enhance student achievement.
"Without data, it's only an opinion."
REMEDIAL MATH: This program focuses on children who are below basic category. This is a small group (5-6 students) who receive intensive instruction that occurs in a pull out setting. Children can be in this program 3-6 days per six day cycle.
REMEDIAL READING: This program focuses on children who are basic or below basic categories. This is a small group (5-6 students) who receive intensive instruction that occurs in a pull out setting. Children can be in this program 3-6 days per six day cycle.
SMALL GROUP COUNSELING: Our counselors have conducted small group counseling for specific needs such as: friendship “lunch buddies”, divorce and separation, and bereavement groups. The counselors also do full class lessons for specific classrooms when the need arises.
SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES:
- speech and language support
- learning support
- emotional support
- life skills
- autistic support
- partial hospitalization
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS SERVICES: The English as a Second Language (ESL) program serves students who speak 20-plus languages as their first language. The school district must provide our English Language learners (ELL’s) with a planned program to facilitate the acquisition of English language skills and provide instructional program appropriate to the student’s developmental and instructional level. The ESL program provides the bridge to the general education standards expected of all students.