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MTSS Tier 1

MTSS (Tier 1) Commitments for All Students
     Faculty and Staff Commitments
          Student Commitments
          Family Commitments
          Administrator Commitments

MTSS (Tier 1) Commitments for All Students
     Faculty and Staff Commitments
          Academic Commitments
          Behavior Commitments
          Social and Emotional Learning Commitments

MTSS (Tier 1) Commitments for All Students
     Faculty and Staff Commitments
          Academic Commitments

     1. Teach the district curriculum programs as intended:
          A. Fountas & Pinnell (K-2nd)
          B. Ready Gen (3-5th)
          C. Lucy Caulkins rubics
          D. Eureka Math (K-5th)
          F. Reach (K-5th English Learner students)

     2. Implement the following school-wide instructional strategies:  in development

     3. Intervention time defined:  in development

     4. Conduct, report and use screening and other assessments (see Assessment Schedule)

Bonus:  Check out ci3t.org/pl for resources on low-intensity strategies such as instructional choice, behavior-specific praise, precorrection, opportunities to respon and more!  

MTSS (Tier 1) Commitments for All Students

     Faculty and Staff Commitments
          Behavior Commitments

SCHOOL-WIDE PBIS

     1. Teach school-wide expectations in the first week of school (See Procedures for Teaching)

     2. Peaceful Playgrounds – β€‹All staff will be involved in teaching the games and use the language β€‹(See Procedures for Teaching)

     3. Provide positive feedback to students showing the expected behavior: Encourage and model students with pawsitive tickets​, using behavior specific praise

     4. Implement Response Plan/Flowchart as designed

CLASSROOM PBIS

     1. Teach the school-wide expectations in the classroom: routines/procedures (matrix, poster, I-Charts or other products to use as teaching tools)

     2. Reinforce appropriate behavior with school-wide pawsative tickets and behavior specific praise

     3. In-class plan for response to inappropriate behavior – posted and taught to students

  • Provide reminder to families about the importance of attendance and our district/state policies during fall parent-teacher conferences

MTSS (Tier 1) Commitments for All Students

     Faculty and Staff Commitments
          Social and Emotional Learning Commitments

EXPLICIT SKILLS INSTRUCTION

     Second Step

  • 30 minute each Monday, taught by classroom teacher
  • Use Home-Links
  • Follow-up activities during the week
  • Scope and Sequence calendar (link in development)

     Second Step:  Child Prevention 

  • 30 minute a week for 6 weeks
  • K-2 will be individual classes
  • Grade 3, 2 classes together
  • Teachers are present during lessons

TEACHER INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES

  • Daily Classroom meetings
  • Kindergarten: Play-Based Learning
  • Calm-Down kits in each classroom (with teaching lessons)​
  • Buddy Room as part of Response Plan for inappropriate behavior (passes for students)
  • Safe Place in Classroom (link HERE)

INTEGRATION WITH ACADEMIC CORE

  • Use school-wide strategies such as cooperative learning, project-based learning, and pre-teach the skills needed to participate.

ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND CLIMATE STRATEGIES

  • All staff participate in providing Warm Welcomes and Optimistic Goodbyes