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Response to Intervention (RtI)

Response to Intervention

Big Walnut uses a Response to Intervention (RtI) approach in order to meet the needs of each of our students. The RtI approach involves the early identification and support of students with learning and/or behavioral needs. We understand that early reading and math skills are crucial to a child’s success. Because of this, we are committed to providing intervention support services to any student who is not meeting expectations in these areas. The RtI process begins with high-quality instruction in the general education classroom and the universal screening of all children in order to determine who needs intervention and/or enrichment. The goal of RtI is for the school to intervene, or step-in, and help students before they fall too far behind.
  • What grades use the RtI approach? Grades K-8, with a modified approach in 9-12
  • How often do we screen all students? 3 times per year in grades K-8
  • What assessment do we use to univeresally screen all of our K-8 students? STAR
  • What research-based programs do we use to deliver intervention services?
    • K-6 Reading: Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI)
    • 7-8 Reading: Achieve 3000
    • K-8 Math: Small group instruction, based on specific skill gaps, delivered by the general education teacher, math tutor, and/or intervention specialist
  • Who is responsible for delivering intervention instruction and support? In addition to our intervention specialists at each building, each of our K-8 schools have designated reading and/or math tutors who spend their day teaching small groups of 2-5 students who need additional support.
The RtI Model Explained

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