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1 Bell City High School Once a Bruin, Always a Bruin.

2 BCHS Pre-K - 12Pre-K - 12 Title I School > 53% free & reduced lunchTitle I School > 53% free & reduced lunch 637 students:637 students: Elem > 308; MS > 140; HS > 189 Elem > 308; MS > 140; HS > 189 Students with exceptionalities > 80Students with exceptionalities > 80 School Performance Score (SPS) > 104.4School Performance Score (SPS) > Rural communityRural community One of two K-12 schools in Calcasieu Parish School SystemOne of two K-12 schools in Calcasieu Parish School System

3 Factors Unique to Pre-K to 12 Schools FocusFocus Instructional Organization (scheduling)Instructional Organization (scheduling) StaffingStaffing Student InvolvementStudent Involvement Implementation and Alignment of RTIImplementation and Alignment of RTI Instruction and Assessment ResourcesInstruction and Assessment Resources Effective PracticesEffective Practices

4 Objectives for RTI / REI Program To identify students who are at-risk in demonstrating adequate academic progress.To identify students who are at-risk in demonstrating adequate academic progress. To enhance academic achievement and decrease retention rates.To enhance academic achievement and decrease retention rates.

5 Elementary RTI Universal Screening Grades K – 3 >Grades K – 3 > DIBELS Next DIBELS Next Grades 4 – 5 >Grades 4 – 5 > SCANTRON SCANTRON Progress Monitoring STAR Early LiteracySTAR Early Literacy STAR ReadingSTAR Reading

6 Elementary Response to Intervention Students who score at or below 20 th percentile on DIBELS Next, and at or below the 25 th percentile on SCANTRON receive interventions.Students who score at or below 20 th percentile on DIBELS Next, and at or below the 25 th percentile on SCANTRON receive interventions. School team may select students who score higher to receive interventions.School team may select students who score higher to receive interventions. RTI is facilitated by Para-professionals, Spalding tutors, CAI Lab manager, and Title I tutors.RTI is facilitated by Para-professionals, Spalding tutors, CAI Lab manager, and Title I tutors. Supported by core curriculum teachers.Supported by core curriculum teachers. Communications between facilitators, core teachers, and RTI team is important.Communications between facilitators, core teachers, and RTI team is important.

7 Tier I Instruction Focus > all studentsFocus > all students Differentiated InstructionDifferentiated Instruction Successmaker, Spalding, and Accelerated Reader support Tier I instructionSuccessmaker, Spalding, and Accelerated Reader support Tier I instruction Universal ScreeningUniversal Screening 80 – 90% of students80 – 90% of students

8 Tier II Intervention Focus > students who score at-risk on USFocus > students who score at-risk on US 30 minutes of Intervention during Enrichment period.30 minutes of Intervention during Enrichment period. Small group > usually Small group > usually Tools > Successmaker, Spalding, My Sidewalks/Project ReadTools > Successmaker, Spalding, My Sidewalks/Project Read Progress monitoring every two weeks.Progress monitoring every two weeks % of students.5 -10% of students. RTI is embedded in the daily class schedule for each teacher.RTI is embedded in the daily class schedule for each teacher.

9 Elementary Class Schedule RTI Schedule RTI Schedule TimeMinMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 07: :16 30 KA / KB / KC 07: : A & 1B 8:40 - 9: A & 2B 8:40 - 9: A & 3B 02:06 - 2: A & 5B 02: : A & 4B

10 Elementary Class Schedule Teacher:Grade / Section: Kinder / A TimeMinMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 07: :3650 Enrich. / PE / RTI Enrich. / Art / RTI Enrich. / PE / RTI Enrich. / Lib / RTI Enrich. / PE / RTI 08: :0020 Morning Meeting 09: :3090Reading 10: :0030Lunch/R.R. 11: :3030Spalding 11: :3060Math 12: :0030CAI Lab 01: :3030Recess 01:30 - 2:0030Social Living 02: :4545 Quiet Activities 02: :0015Snack/Pack 3:00 Dismissal

11 Elementary Class Schedule Teacher:Grade / Section: 2 / A Time Minute sMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 07: :4054ELA 08: :3050 Enrich. / PE RTI Enrich. / Art RTI Enrich. / PE RTI Enrich. / Lib RTI Enrich. / PE RTI 9: :0090 ELA / Reading 11: :3030Lunch 11: :0030ELA 12: :3030CAI Lab 12: :3060Math 01: :0030Spalding 2:00 - 2:4545SS/Science 2:45 - 3:0015Recess 3:00 Dismissal

12 Tier II Participants Kindergarten > 8Kindergarten > 8 1 st grade > 51 st grade > 5 2 nd grade > 62 nd grade > 6 3 rd grade > 63 rd grade > 6 4 th grade > 44 th grade > 4 5 th grade > 25 th grade > 2 Total > 31 Total > 31

13 Tier III Intervention Focus > students who fail to respond to Tier II intervention according to progress monitoring.Focus > students who fail to respond to Tier II intervention according to progress monitoring. 60 minutes of daily intervention.60 minutes of daily intervention. Progress monitoring on weekly basis.Progress monitoring on weekly basis. Smaller group size.Smaller group size. We presently have only one student in Tier III intervention.We presently have only one student in Tier III intervention. 1 – 5% of students1 – 5% of students

14 Elementary Results Failure letters sent at mid-term:Failure letters sent at mid-term: 2009 > > > > > > 15 End of year non- promotions:End of year non- promotions: 2009 > > > > > > 10

15 Middle & High School REI Program Recovery-Enrichment-Intervention

16 Middle & High School REI Three settings > Recovery, Enrichment, InterventionThree settings > Recovery, Enrichment, Intervention One 60 minute period (6 th period), includes a 30 minute lunch and a 30 minute REI periodOne 60 minute period (6 th period), includes a 30 minute lunch and a 30 minute REI period 1 st. 30 minutes of 6 th period MS goes to lunch and HS students assigned to enrichment or intervention settings report to designated teachers.1 st. 30 minutes of 6 th period MS goes to lunch and HS students assigned to enrichment or intervention settings report to designated teachers. 2 nd 30 minutes of 6 th period HS goes to lunch and MS students assigned to enrichment or intervention settings report to designated teachers.2 nd 30 minutes of 6 th period HS goes to lunch and MS students assigned to enrichment or intervention settings report to designated teachers. Any middle or high school student assigned to Recovery must report at the beginning of 6 th period to a designated MS or HS recovery area. Students eat lunch (delivered) and receive intensive individual/small group instruction or coaching.Any middle or high school student assigned to Recovery must report at the beginning of 6 th period to a designated MS or HS recovery area. Students eat lunch (delivered) and receive intensive individual/small group instruction or coaching.

17 Period Begin Time Duration End Time 1 st. bell 07: :46 1 st. Period 07: :36 2 nd. Period 08: :30 3 rd. Period 09: :24 4 th. Period 10: :18 5 th. Period 11: :12 6 th MS Lunch / HS REI 12: :42 6 th HS Lunch / MS REI 12: :12 7 th. Period 01: :06 8 th Period 02: :00 Dismissal03:00 Bell Schedule

18 Recovery Recovery is a 60 minute block of time set aside daily to address academic weaknesses in core curriculum areas.Recovery is a 60 minute block of time set aside daily to address academic weaknesses in core curriculum areas. Students are assigned to Recovery by school leadership team (administrators, counselors, & teachers) based on their grades. An F on an IPR will get a student assigned to Recovery until the end of the 9 week period.Students are assigned to Recovery by school leadership team (administrators, counselors, & teachers) based on their grades. An F on an IPR will get a student assigned to Recovery until the end of the 9 week period. A student with an F on a 9 week report card will be placed in Recovery until the next report card.A student with an F on a 9 week report card will be placed in Recovery until the next report card. Communication between recovery and core teachers is critical to success.Communication between recovery and core teachers is critical to success.

19 Enrichment All students are initially placed in an enrichment class (30 minutes). They are pulled from enrichment if they are placed in either Recovery or Intervention.All students are initially placed in an enrichment class (30 minutes). They are pulled from enrichment if they are placed in either Recovery or Intervention. Student enrichment rosters represent mixed grade and ability levels.Student enrichment rosters represent mixed grade and ability levels. Non-core teachers facilitate the Enrichment portion of REI by teaching a class that students may look forward to attending; ex. strength training, golf, chess, Netbook / internet skills, school news / website, etc.Non-core teachers facilitate the Enrichment portion of REI by teaching a class that students may look forward to attending; ex. strength training, golf, chess, Netbook / internet skills, school news / website, etc. Students rotate through enrichment classes each 9 week period.Students rotate through enrichment classes each 9 week period.

20 Intervention 30 minutes of Intervention time is available each day, facilitated by core teachers.30 minutes of Intervention time is available each day, facilitated by core teachers. Core teachers may place students in Intervention to complete work assignments, take missed tests, or to address areas needing improvement.Core teachers may place students in Intervention to complete work assignments, take missed tests, or to address areas needing improvement. Student participation is mandatory.Student participation is mandatory. Teachers utilize school system h-drive to enroll students in Intervention.Teachers utilize school system h-drive to enroll students in Intervention. Intervention lists are posted each morning in designated areas by 7:45 am for students to view.Intervention lists are posted each morning in designated areas by 7:45 am for students to view. Intervention time is also used periodically for principal/student meetings or counselor sessions.Intervention time is also used periodically for principal/student meetings or counselor sessions.

21 Results of REI (District Course Unit Failure Rate) 2008 > 8.8% (baseline)2008 > 8.8% (baseline) 2009 > 8.0%2009 > 8.0% 2010 > 2.1%2010 > 2.1% 2011 > 1.3% ( District average > 8.0%)2011 > 1.3% ( District average > 8.0%) Bell City High School had the lowest Course Unit Failure Rate in the Calcasieu Parish School System for 2011.Bell City High School had the lowest Course Unit Failure Rate in the Calcasieu Parish School System for 2011.

22 Additional Benefits of RTI/REI SpEd referrals may be reduced because of early intervention and providing students with additional resources to address identified academic weaknesses.SpEd referrals may be reduced because of early intervention and providing students with additional resources to address identified academic weaknesses. Possible reduction in SpEd staff due to reduction in students needing services.Possible reduction in SpEd staff due to reduction in students needing services.

23 Contacts: Reinette GuilloryReinette Guillory Phone: , ext Phone: , ext Scott NunezScott Nunez Phone: , ext Phone: , ext Russ AbshireRuss Abshire Phone: , ext Phone: , ext


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