Proactively addressing the needs of the "whole" child
Concentric Educational Solutions supports schools and districts in implementing an effective Multi-Tier System of Support. MTSS is a three-tier system of support designed to intervene early enough to address potential academic, behavioral, attendance, and socio emotional issues. The three tiers of support are school wide, small group, and individual intervention.
Our team incorporates a wide array of student data to identify early warning indicators and implement the necessary tier of intervention.
MTSS Implementation Checklist Identifying and supporting needs early
STEP 1: RESOURCE MAPPINGSchool will identify all internal and external interventions and supports.
STEP 2: RESOURCE AND MTSS/EWI CATEGORIZINGSchool will categorize all internal and external interventions and supports by components.
STEP 3: RESOURCE TIERINGSchool will tier all internal and external interventions and supports by components and level of intensity.
STEP 4: TIER BENCHMARKS AND INDICATORSSchool will create indicators/benchmarks for each tier of interventions and support.
STEP 5: IDENTIFY MTSS DATA CYCLE AND DASHBOARD DEVELOPMENTSchool will create a data cycle to collect, analyze, and address student data.
STEP 6: EARLY WARNING INDICATOR REPORTSchool will run the EWI report and identify students by tiers.
STEP 7: MTSS MEETING AND INTERVENTION AND SUPPORT ALIGNMENTSchool will develop a standing and consistent MTSS meeting and will align interventions to students.
STEP 8: STUDENT PROGRESS MONITORINGSchool will progress monitor the identified and aligned student interventions.
STEP 9: SUPPORT AND INTERVENTION ANALYSISSchool will meet to discuss and analyze the efficacy of the interventions.
STEP 10: SCHOOL-WIDE REVIEW AND RESET
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Concentric meets biweekly with district and school personnel to select cohorts of students who demonstrate attendance and discipline challenges. The additional personnel allows us to widen our impact and meet the needs of families as well as provides additional opportunities for us to interact with our families and enhance our relationships. Also, we are able to identify ways to address challenges that negatively impact these non-academic factors and utilize resources to fill gaps in support and services.”