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MTSS and PA 306 Crosswalk


Essential Elements of MTSS Elementary PA 306 Requirements Current State of Action Step(s)
Implementation in our 2017-18
District/ School

1 Consensus and compelling why clearly Leadership retreat

articulated with goals. FPS Opening Day

2 Building Leadership Team (BLT) with Reading Leadership Team- collaborative District MTSS meetings Ongoing:
representation from all stakeholders team led by a school building’s principal Building MTSS meetings- bi- Literacy coaches to
(general ed., special education, and title or program director and consisting of a monthly join building MTSS
one) principal with monthly meetings. cross-section of faculty who are process
interested in working to improve
literacy instruction across the

3 BLT uses a formal problem-solving process Utilize assessment system to screen and Data digs August 28: overview
based on assessments for multiple diagnose difficulties, inform instruction PLC structure of assessment
purposes that includes problem and intervention needs and assess calendar
identification, problem clarification, progress toward a growth target November 7:
problem analysis, intervention planning, Problem Solving,
plan evaluation. progress monitoring,
intervention pd

4 Data-Based Grade-Level Meetings 3x/year Establish a collaborative system within Data digs 2x/year October & February
to coincide with screening to focus on the school to improve reading Building MTSS google Data digs:
grade level, classroom, small groups and proficiency folders to keep data Principals and
individual students behavioral and Literacy Coaches join
instructional interventions. These data digs
meetings will be centered around data November:
using a problem-solving process that is Identify & articulate
easily articulated by each member. a problem solving
Consider May data

5 Data-system to warehouse data and Point person training for Illuminate training
visually display data easily for data-based Illuminate per building for all teachers and
grade level meeting. administrators


6 Data evaluation using assessments for Utilize an approved assessment system Assessments identified August 28:
multiple purposes (universal screening, that provides a screening assessment Assesssment
diagnostic, progress monitoring). with monitoring capabilities for overview
monitoring progress toward a growth
target and a diagnostic assessment.

Utilize approved screening, diagnostic

and progress monitoring (or MDE initial
and extensive)

7 Evidence-based core instruction that meets K-3 ELA Curriculum August 28:
the needs of the majority of students at Framework Complete ELA overview
the grade-level. ELA/Math Power Standards Ongoing:
Complete Lab classes K-2
STEAM, MATH PILOT, TECH Essential practice
overview K-5

8 Intervention continuum that has increased Provide an individual reading Instructional Support Time November 7:
intensity (focus, content, time, etc). Focus improvement plan (IRIP) for the pupil Problem Solving,
on core initially and layer on support. within 30 days of identification of the progress monitoring,
School wide schedules are aligned so that reading deficiency; Provide intensive intervention pd
supplemental intervention does not development in the 5 major reading
interfere with core instruction. components: phonemic awareness, September:
phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and IRIP created
comprehension; Identify process to
Provide ongoing progress monitoring align IEP & IRIP
assessment to frequently monitor pupil
Provide targeted small group or 1-1
Intervention implemented during
regular school hours in addition to
regular classroom reading instruction

9 Data-based decision making and timely IRP and progress monitoring November 7:
instructional adjustments for slow Ongoing assessments that provide Problem Solving,
responders based on goal setting and actionable data for teachers to use in progress monitoring,
progress monitoring with tools designed interventions intervention pd
with that purpose.
10 Action Plan that reviews, modifies, plans Differentiate and intensify professional 3 Early Literacy coaches November, March,
for professional learning & recommits development for teachers based on June:
annually based on data and SIP. data gathered by monitoring teacher Fidelity checks:
progress in improving pupil proficiency Admin with Aaron,
rates. Early Literacy coaches provided Kathy, Julie, Airess
through the intermediate school

11 Stakeholder engagement of parents and Provide written notice to pupil’s parent IST Letter September:
the community, including an annual report or legal guardian of the delay or Update IST letter
of progress as well as communication with reading deficiency and provide tools to
and involvement of parents, the BOE, and assist the parent or legal guardian to Ongoing:
administration. engage in intervention to address or Parent resources
correct reading deficiency.
Provides parents, legal guardians, or
other providers of care for the pupil
with a “Read at Home” plan.

12 Evaluation plan is in place to monitor November, March,

short- and long-term goals using a June:
implementation worksheet or rubric. Fidelity rubric

13 Focus on culture and climate for successful

system changes.