Response to Intervention (RtI) is a multi-level framework that integrates instruction, assessment and intervention within a school-wide prevention system to maximize student achievement and reduce behavior problems. Through school-wide screening, students who need a targeted or intensive approach to learning are identified. Interventions are implemented, progress is monitored and data-based decision making occurs to determine the next steps for each student. The RtI team in each elementary building leads and supports the six steps of the RtI process.
- Bridgewater: Diane Nagy & Inger Hanson (Instructional Coaches) | Molly Ericksen (School Psychologist) | Jamie Wiebe (Social Worker) | Adam Danielson (PALS)
- Greenvale Park: Heather Ryden & Diane Torbenson (Instructional Coaches) | Jacque Ims (School Psychologist) | Rachel Morrison (Social Worker) | Melissa Larsen (PALS)
- Sibley: Becky Gainey & Tania Will (Instructional Coaches) | Melissa Reed (School Psychologist) | Noreen Cooney (Social Worker) | Peg Witt (PALS)