Response to Intervention (RtI)

RtI is a collaborative approach to meeting the needs of our students with the instruction they need for learning success. The goal of RtI is to prevent students from falling behind and developing learning difficulties.  The process includes early identification when students begin to struggle with learning or behavior. 

The process focuses on three areas of the classroom experience:

  • Mathematics
  • Reading
  • Behavior

Benefits of RtI

  • Ensures that all children have access to individualized instruction based on their academic needs
  • Struggling learners are identified, supported, and served
  • More effective instruction
  • Increased student achievement
  • Appropriate LD (learning disabilities)identification
  • Overall school improvement