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Panorama High School. Response to Instruction and Intervention (RtI 2 ). Response to Instruction and Intervention (RtI 2 ). Increasing PHS Attendance Average January 10, 2012 Juan C. Ortiz. Juan C. Ortiz, Attendance. RtI 2 Problem Solving Process. Problem Identification. Step 1.

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Response to instruction and intervention rti 2

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


Rti 2 problem solving process
RtI2Problem Solving Process

Problem Identification

Step 1

Step 4

Step 2

Problem Analysis

Evaluation

Step 3

Intervention Design and Implementation


Problem identification attendance at panorama high school
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)

/Advanced(729)


Problem analysis
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.

3

Problem Analysis


Intervention design and implementation
Intervention Design and Implementation

3

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


Evaluation

Step 4

Evaluation

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.



Attendance growth

Panorama High School

Attendance Growth