Response to Intervention

At RVMS we strive to meet the needs of each of our learners. To do this, we differentiate classroom instruction and offer a variety of classes. These may include small-group instruction, accelerated and advanced classes, or co-teaching by a classroom teacher and a learning specialist.

Response to Intervention (RtI) is a tiered model of instruction (diamond-shaped) that addresses the needs of our learners. Most students' needs can be met using typical classroom strategies and interventions such as clarified instructions or use of PACK time to meet with teachers and get additional instruction. Students in the outer tiers may need additional supports designed by the teachers and specialists in the building.

Parents are an essential part of any RtI plan. If you have concerns, suggestions, or questions about your child's RtI plan (or if you think your child needs an RtI plan), please contact me.

RtI Student Goal-Setting Form

RTI Objectives