2 HANCOCK COUNTY STUDENT INTERVENTION SYSTEM by jAPU0Zk

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									       HANCOCK COUNTY STUDENT INTERVENTION SYSTEM (SIS)/RTI
Applicable Areas: Reading, Writing, Math, Emotional/Behavioral, Language Proficiency
  A Model for Success (Multi-layered, Fluid, Proactive, Extensive, Monitored, Supported by PD, & Communicated)

     Federal Special Ed Statutes                                                   Student Special Ed (SSE)
Deficit Model to Capacity Building Model                                            IEP
                                                                                    PSP
Discrepancy Model-1975
Outcomes Model-late 1980’s
                                                                                    GSSP
IDEA-RTI based-2004                                                                 Behavior Management Plan
NCLB-2007-RTI requires 100% of
students to achieve at a proficient level
in Math and Reading.

        Kentucky Statutes-RTI
          Components (6)
KRS 158.6453—HS WorkKeys-RTI Reading
  and Math
KRS 158.6459—MS EXPLORE, HS PLAN &
  ACT English, Reading and Math.
  Universal Screening, Tiered services and
  progress monitoring
KRS 158.649—P-HS Achieve. Gap < BT
  CDIP
KRS 158.792 & KRS 164.0207—Primary
  Reading Intervention Program Grant &
  Definitions
KRS 158.844—P-12 Math RTI (6)
KRS 158.441—3 causes for RTI Services (6)
KRS 158.070—ESS (cont. ed.)
704 KAR 3:305—6-12 Min. Graduation
  requirements including ILP
KRS 158.6453—P-12 continuous
  assessment-RTI & grade 5 individual
                           th
  parent report based on 5 grade
  Reading and Math-RTI plan for
  accelerated learning



       KY Administrative Regulations
           Special Ed. Programs
707 KAR 1:300—Child Find
Sec. 1. Child Find Requirements                                                 Hancock County Special Ed. Procedures
Sec. 2. Coordinated early intervening services                                      KSBA Teresa Combs/HCPS Anna Powell
Sec. 3. Referral System
(1) System
(2) Appropriate instruction & intervention services                                 Hancock County RTI Procedures
(3) Referral system—(a) research-based instruction                                   Ann Evans, Assistant Superintendent
& intervention services and (b) Data-based                                            Anna Powell, Special Ed. Director
documentation                                                                          Christy Paul, School Psychologist
(4) Inadequate progress leading to referral
Sec. 4. Multiple Procedures
707 KAR 1:310—Determination of Eligibility
Sec. 1 (1) and (2)a & Sec. 2 (2)b—Analysis of
intervention and assessment data
(3)a—Response to scientific, research-based
interventions


Developed by Hancock County Schools—Dr. Ann Evans, Anna Powell and Christy Paul with input from staff.

								
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