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Panorama High School

Response to Instruction and Intervention (RtI2)

Response to Instruction and Intervention (RtI2)

Increasing PHS Attendance Average

January 10, 2012

Juan C. Ortiz

Juan C. Ortiz, Attendance

RtI2Problem Solving Process

Problem Identification

Step 1

Step 4

Step 2

Problem Analysis

Evaluation

Step 3

Intervention Design and Implementation

Problem Identification: Attendanceat Panorama High School

Attendance

End of the year

Tier 3

As of now 139=7%

+9 days

+24 days

Far Below Basic (139)

+15-24 days

As of now 422= 22%

+6-8 days

+3-5 days

Tier 2

+8-14 days

Below Basic (97) Basic (325)

As of now1350=71%

+1-2 Days

Tier 1

+1-7 days

Proficient (621)

Problem Analysis

Step 2: Problem Analysis

• Students give up after repeated academic failure.
• Students continuously need to be taught positive work habits.
• Communication barriers exist between the parent and school staff personnel.
• Family problems exist, substance abuse, neglect and defiance.
• Parental lack of understanding and lack of school-wide expectations.
• Students without a sense of belonging are likely be absent more often.

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Problem Analysis

Intervention Design and Implementation

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Step 3: Intervention Design and Implementation

• Teachers provide positive behavior strategies that focus on attendance and academics.
• Teacher call parents and refer to support staff.
• On going: Letters are sent home to include mandatory conferences.
• Students are identified based on attendance Tier level.
• Attendance Achievement recognition/Attendance Campaign
• Students who are chronically absent, late are put on attendance contracts with a follow up meeting.
• Tardy sweeps
• COST

and Implementation

Step 4Evaluation

Evaluation of Parent/ Student conference focused on attendance, referred to by teachers, counselors and monitored students.

Student attendance results (2) weeks before and (2) weeks after a parent and student conference.

MYDATA information regarding PHS current attendance summary.