Multi-Tiered System of Supports The Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) model will be utilized in this district to meet the demands of educational reform and increase student success. The basic components of this model are: High quality, research-based instruction and behavioral support in general education at the school, grade, classroom, and individual levels Universal screening of academics and behavior in order to determine which students need closer monitoring or additional interventions Organizing the remedial services into tiers of increasing intensity using research-based interventions that are matched to student need Use of collaborative, problem solving approach by school staff for development, implementation, and monitoring of the intervention process Continuous progress monitoring to gather enough information to determine what is working to meet student goals Follow-up measures providing information that the interventions were implemented with fidelity Documentation of parent involvement throughout the process
Student Services supports youth, families, and school board employees by enhancing mental and physical health, to increase student achievement.
Coordination between multiple agencies along with psychological services, health services, nutrition education, school climate, and safe and drug free school helps create partnerships with parents and community.
Student Services works closely with the department of children and families to ensure interagency collaboration.