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  1. Pinellas County School District Belleair Elementary School Forest Lakes Elementary School District and Building Implementation of PS/RtI: Reports from the Field

  2. Florida Problem Solving/Response to Intervention Project PS/RtI North Region PS/RtI Regional Coordinator 2 DA RtI Specialists PS/RtI Central Region PS/RtI Regional Coordinator 2 DA RtI Specialists nDA Region 1 nDA Region 2 nDA Region 3 nDA Region 4 nDA Region 5 nPS/RtI Pilot Districts PS/RtI South Region PS/RtI Regional Coordinator 2 DA RtI Specialists

  3. Project Infrastructure • Partners • RtI/TLC • Just Read, Florida! • FCRR • Statewide PBS • Office of Early Learning • Activities • Statewide Training-Completed 2 years • Demonstration District Training-Competed 2 Years • District RtI Plan Development-66 of 67 Districts • Statewide Training of Trainers Institutes • Principal Leadership Training

  4. Focus of Year 1 and 2 Training • Consensus Development • Infrastructure Development • Tier 1 • Evaluating Impact of Core Instruction on Diverse Groups of Students • Developing Strategies to Increase Impact of Core Instruction • Tier 2 • Evaluating Impact of Tier 2 on Groups of Students • Evaluating Impact of Tier 2 on Core Performance • Developing Effective Tier 2 Interventions and Linking with Core Instruction

  5. This Presentation • Overview of State Consensus and Implementation Data • District Specific Demographics and Relevant Data • District and School-level RtI Infrastructure • Achievements and Outcomes • What We Have Learned • Questions and Audience Interaction

  6. Goal 4 Indicator

  7. Goal 4 Indicator

  8. Belleair/Forest Lakes Elementary PS/RtI PresentationAMM Karen Aspen, Bridget Mitchell, Robert Ovalle, Stacey Rutledge

  9. Our Schools Belleair Elementary • Title One School • 83% Free/Reduced • 40% Hispanic • 26% White • 25% African American • 9% Multi-racial • 29% ESOL • 13% SWD Forest Lakes Elementary • Non-Title One School • 27% Free/Reduced • 8% Hispanic • 70% White • 8% African American • 6% Multi-racial • 7% Asian • 3% ESOL • 14% SWD

  10. Introduction • Belleair • Principal • Assistant Principal • Reading Coach • Math Coach • Title 1 Coach • Guidance Counselor • School Psychologist • Social Worker • Behavior Specialist • ESOL Teacher • ESE Resource Teacher • General Education Teachers • Forest Lakes • Principal • Assistant Principal • Guidance Counselor • School Psychologist • Social Worker • Literacy Success Lead Teacher • ESE Resource Teacher • General Education Teachers School Based Leadership Team (SBLT)

  11. SBLT Meetings Belleair: Forest Lakes: Meets twice a month Meets twice a month Rotate Academic and Behavior SBLT Functions • Review Tier 1 data (Universal Screening) • Identify processes to manage data • Develop resource maps for standard protocol • Identify students in need of supplemental instruction (Tier 2 supports) • Review Tier 2 data (Ongoing Progress Monitoring) • Analyze PS/RtI implementation data to identify barriers related to school- level consensus, infrastructure and implementation • Utilize PS/RtI implementation data to identify professional development needs

  12. Infrastructure Belleair Year 2 of pilot: • 90-minute block PLC, twice per month with psychologist and administrator co-facilitating problem solving with grade level data. • Staggered reading blocks to allow for supplemental instruction/ increased time (instructional minutes) as needed • Resource Allocation- using Title I teachers are matched to student instructional needs as opposed to traditional equitable distribution of resources. Forest Lakes Year 2 of pilot: • Staggered PLC’s throughout the week allowed administrators and SBLT members to join teachers for data-driven, problem solving meetings. • Resource Allocation- using Literacy Success teachers and ESE resource teachers to provide Tier 2 interventions for students across grade levels

  13. Implementation Belleair Walk to Intervention • Historical trend data reviewed to identify achievement gaps between grade levels. • First Grade targeted Behavior • An identified gap related to building of behavioral system and/or using data to identify students in need of behavioral supports • Discovered that there was no systematic Tier1 behavioral intervention • Hypothesis building: Skill vs. Performance deficit

  14. Implementation Forest Lakes Literacy Success Program • Transforming the “one-size-fits all” district reading program into a standard protocol Tier 2 system. First Grade Enrichment • First-grade teachers created an intervention block for students to move across classrooms for 30 minutes of differentiated reading instruction based on DIBELS data • Regular meetings with first-grade teachers through PLC to review data

  15. School Data Belleair

  16. School Data Forest Lakes

  17. Questions & Answers AYP BENCHMARKS

  18. Resources

  19. Forest Lakes Assessing growth through student outcomes F&R Total 2007 72% 83% 2008 69% 77% 2009 82% 89%

  20. Next Steps Belleair Forest Lakes Building infrastructure for data-based management Building capacity for problem solving framework by scaling up throughout grades Continued consensus building among staff • Building systematic supports for increasing integrity at Tiers 1, 2 and 3 • Analysis of Tier 1 behavioral data given implementation of new behavior core instruction • Build behavior standard protocol system for Tier 2

  21. Recommendations from the Field • Keeping SBLT meetings consistent • Using data to identify a focus for the SBLT • Resource allocation issues