Peoria Public Schools

Peoria Public Schools

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Welcome!

 District 150's Comprehensive System of Student Support
Response to Intervention
 
 
Triangle
 
RtI Facilitator
 
                     Michelle Coconate
 
    
Office:
Woodruff Career & Technical Center 
1800 NE Perry
Peoria, IL 61603
309-282-5264

Changes in federal and state laws have directed schools to focus more on helping all children learn by addressing problems earlier within the general education setting.

These laws emphasize the importance of providing high quality, scientifically-based instruction and interventions, by holding schools accountable for the adequate yearly progress of all students.

The Comprehensive System of Student Support (CSSS) or Response to Intervention (RtI) provides interventions to students who require academic or behavioral support to maximize their education by integrating Response to Intervention (RtI) and Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support (PBIS), as well as other support initiatives.

 
Guiding Principles: A Resource Guide for Improving School Climate and Discipline
U.S. Department of Education 
 
US Dept of Ed  

The U.S. Department of Education recently released some excellent FREE and comprehensive resources for schools to address school climate and culture. It aligns exceptionally well with what we are working on in the district with PBIS implementation at all 3 tiers and directly addresses action planning for cultural responsiveness. The available resources are extensive and cover every topic imaginable. You will find resources specific for early childhood, elementary, middle and high schools. Visit the Department of Education site noted below. The Directory of Resources is also attached below.

Visit:  http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/school-discipline/index.html

 

 
Responsive Classroom Elementary Newsletter Summer 2014
 
Morning Meeting Sharing Builds Key 21st Century Skills
A Standards-Based Approach to Morning Meeting Sharing
Morning Meetings Designed for Students with Autism
School Sees Gains in Students' Positive Attitudes About School
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