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1 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future Response to Intervention Implementation Status Update to the Board of Education September 8, 2010 Dr. Nicholas Gledich Superintendent, School District 11 Michael A. Poore Deputy Superintendent, Instruction, Curriculum & Student Services Brenda B. LeBrasse Executive Director, Instructional Services Javan Ridge Director of Research 1 3B. Revise evaluation document using best practices Evaluation development to be continued through school year. 3B a. Draft evaluation document by January 2011

2 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future We are committed to the GRADUATE --- Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined 2

3 ZANGLEEASYTIENETALPINE RTIPBS EMPLOYEE EVALUATION PLCCWT STUDENTASSESSMENT ACHIEVE TeamACHIEVE Team USIP D-11 WAYD-11 WAY ACHIEVEMENT Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future The world is changing. Meet the future. STUDENT

4 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future Response to Intervention: Response to Instruction Framework to Increase Student Learning and Close the Gap 4

5 Leadership Curriculum & Instruction Assessment & Use of Data Problem Solving Process School Climate & Culture Family & Community Engagement The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future Six Components of RtI 5

6 The D11 Story 1 Non Use Site 1 Alternative High 30 Best Practice Sites 19 Elementary 5 Middle 5 High 1 Alternative High 11 Initial Implementation Sites 7 Elementary 3 Middle 1 High 10 Exemplar Sites 9 Elementary 1 Middle FALL 2009 STATUS 0 Adoption Readiness Sites 19 Progressing Sites 11 Elementary 3 Middle 5 High 21 Best Practice Sites 15 Elementary 4 Middle 2 High 8 Exemplar Sites 7 Elementary 1 Middle Fall 2009 Exemplar Sites High/Mid: Freedom, Fremont, Hunt, King Low: Bristol, Russell, Scott, Trailblazer SPRING 2010 Exemplar Sites High/Mid: Bates, Freedom, Fremont, Henry, King, Stratton Low: Audubon, Bristol, Chipeta, Jenkins Best Practice Sites High/Mid: Carver, Columbia, Grant, Holmes, Jackson, Keller, Martinez, Monroe, Penrose, Rogers, Rudy, Russell, Scott, Spring Creek, Twain, Wilson Low: Coronado, Doherty, Edison, Mann, McAuliffe, Mitchell, Palmer, Queen Palmer, Sabin, Steele, Taylor, Wasson, West Elementary, West Middle

7 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future 7 RtI Implementation Status GOAL: By May 2010, 90% of all schools Best Practice or Exemplar Exemplar Best Practice Progressing Unsatisfactory Progress

8 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future 8 Number of Schools 77% of District 11 Schools have achieved Exemplar and Best Practice implementation status 09-10

9 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future

10 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future 10

11 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future 11 Teachers Will:Principals Will:District Will: Provide benchmark testing to all students 3 times a year (K- 10). Progress monitor all Tier 2 students twice a month (K-10). Progress monitor all Tier 3 students once a week. Use differentiated instructional strategies during all lessons. Provide research based interventions to students in Tier 2 and 3 with fidelity. Collaborate with the Problem Solving Team and grade level team to ensure students needs are met. Lead Response to Intervention (RtI). Embed the practices of RtI into the school structures, processes, and procedures. Ensure all students are screened and identified early in the year through triangulated data and standard protocol procedures. Ensure differentiated instruction is provided for all students. Ensure that the six components of RtI in place. Monitor and adjust the instructional programs, schedules, and inte rventions. Provide and require training, modeling, coaching and mentoring on Response to Intervention (RtI), the six components, root cause, and TieNet. Ensure that the rules of RtI are defined. Monitor the implementation of the six components of RtI at each site. RtI: How we know which students need what, when, and how often… Response to Intervention Expectations

12 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future 12 RtI: How we know which students need what, when, and how often… Teachers Will:Principals Will:District Will: Teach, model, post and reinforce expectations throughout school. Use Zangle and TieNet systems to enter behavioral data needed for individualized behavior plans. Progress monitor individual student behaviors in Tiers 1, 2 and 3. Provide appropriate reward and correction systems as defined by the school. Provide and require that behavioral expectations are defined, taught, reinforced, corrected and rewarded consistently. Ensure that a Positive Behavior Support (PBS) goal is included in the Unified School Improvement Plan (USIP). Ensure expectations are posted throughout the school. Include information on the PBS system in student handbook, web-site, and newsletters to parents. Analyze behavioral data and discipline reports to drive behavioral support decisions. Ensure that the rules of Positive Behavior Support (PBS) are defined. Ensure that PBS is implemented as a common approach to maximize academic performance and minimize problem behaviors. Provide and require training, modeling, coaching and mentoring on PBS. Align discipline policies and procedures with PBS. Evaluate the quality of the implementation of the PBS system at each site through the use of the School Evaluation Tool (SET). Positive Behavior Support Expectations

13 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future 13 Additional Challenges Sustainability Differentiated Tier I instructional practices Training and use of benchmarking tools Training and use of Progress monitoring tools Effectiveness of interventions Scheduling High school course credits Staff development

14 The world is changing. Meet the future. Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined Provide excellent, distinctive educational experiences that equip students for success today and in the future 14 Summary RtI is not optional Significant progress Much more to accomplish Sustainability Success for ALL Students

15 Every Student, Every Day, Every Classroom Top Quality Tier 1 Instruction


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