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Massachusetts Tiered System of Support and Title I Spring Title I Statewide Conference May 15, 2014.

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1 Massachusetts Tiered System of Support and Title I Spring Title I Statewide Conference May 15, 2014

2 Agenda  Intro to MTSS – Shawn Connelly and Tara Gestrich  Attleboro Public Schools – Susan LeVine, Title I and K-12 Academic Support Coordinator  Chelsea Public Schools – Linda Breau, Assistant Superintendent Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 2

3 Who is in the audience?  Have you attended a MTSS presentation before?  Have you heard about MTSS but have not attended a presentation?  Are you learning about MTSS for the first time? 3 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

4 44 The Massachusetts Tiered System of Support (MTSS) MTSS focuses on system structures and supports across the district, school, and classroom to meet the academic and non-academic needs of all students, including students with disabilities, English language learners, and students who have already demonstrated mastery of the concepts and skills being taught. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

5 5 Blueprint for the Massachusetts Tiered System of Support

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12 Who are we?  Targeted assistance district  6000 students  High Needs is 49.8%  ELL is 8.2%  Low Income 39.4%  SPED 17.9%  Currently serve 3 elementary and 1 middle school  Reservation funds support two Level 2 schools and academic support grants fund supports at the Level 2 high school  Blended grant resources support all eligible students Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 12

13 Supplemental support programs  Push in and pull out  Literacy and Math  Before/after school support using reservation funds  Summer Title I/ ELL program using blended resources  Social, emotional and academic supports to provide students with blended resources that support high expectations Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 13

14 Parent involvement Opportunities are provided for parent involvement that provide training and supports for parents:  Parent breakfast  Annual meeting at open house  Workshops at Stop & Shop, library, Capron Park Zoo…  Parent conferences  Family workshops – Literacy & Math Carnival / Reading Recipe Rally / Pizza, Poetry and Prelutsky /Hop Aboard the Mystery Bus  Communication through , connect ed, Facebook, twitter, backpacks, phone calls, school website, conferences, Aspen, newsletters  Resources for families in need Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 14

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19 MTSS partnership grant (pilot district) New initiatives:  Implementation Science Training through SISEP  PBIS training through UConn  UDL  Secondary Transition Practices with MRC Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 19

20 Tier I Core Instruction  All Students  Focus on differentiated instruction  Co-teaching model to decrease the ratio between students and teachers  Inclusion classrooms include both special education students and ELLs  Diagnostic and formative interim assessments  Progress monitoring within the data cycle includes action plans and re-teaching Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 20

21 Tier II Supplemental  Diagnostic and formative assessments  Small group targeted intervention based on student need (7 or less).  During and after school intervention programs.  Supplemental programs (technology)  Progress monitoring every two weeks  Students moved in and out Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 21

22 Tier III Intensive Interventions  One on one or one on two  The most skilled teachers with the most struggling students  Progress monitoring every one to two weeks  Afterschool program required Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 22

23 Tiered instruction with embedded data cycles Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 23

24 ELA tiered system: Reading workshop  30 to 40 minute block  The whole grade is split into 3 tiers  All adults become interventionist Tier I: Enrichment  Literature Circles or Book Study  Non ELA classroom teachers Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 24

25 ELA tiered system: Reading workshop Tier II: Small groups (5 to 7)  Grouped by need (Fluency; comprehension; decoding)  ELA teachers; Reading specialists; special education teachers; reading tutors; ESL specialists  Direct instruction; computer programs Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 25

26 ELA tiered system: Reading workshop Tier III: No more than two to a group  Grouped by need (Fluency; comprehension; decoding)  Reading specialists; special education teachers; reading tutors  Direct instruction Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 26

27 How are Title I funds used to support our tiered system of support?  Predominantly in our tier II and tier III systems  Human resources:  Literacy Coordinators; K-4 and 5-12  STEM Coordinator K-12  Intervention Coordinator  Reading, writing and math tutors  After school programs  Teacher stipends  Materials  Targeted professional development  Title I school improvement funds (DSAC)  Title IIA  Parent involvement Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 27

28 Questions? Title I   or MTSS   or Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 28


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