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MTSS PLC Team

MTSS Core Team

MTSS Problem Solving Team

Potential Team Members:

  • All grade level team members/teachers of CORE curriculum (including one designated as the grade level/dept.’s MTSS rep.)

  • School MTSS Representative

  • Administration

  • School Interventionist/Curriculum Specialist(s)

  • District MTSS Representative

Potential Team Members:

  • District MTSS Representative

  • School MTSS Representative

  • Administration

  • Psychologist

  • Grade Level Representatives

  • School Interventionist/ Curriculum Specialist(s)

  • Guidance Counselor

  • EC Teacher

Potential Team Members:

  • District MTSS Representative

  • School MTSS Representative

  • Administration

  • Psychologist

  • Grade Level Representatives

  • School Interventionist/ Curriculum Specialist(s)

  • Guidance Counselor

  • EC Teacher/ESL Teacher    

  • Parent

Function:

Meets monthly (in addition to other PLC meetings such as those for planning purposes) to

  • Implement and strengthen CORE instructional strategies

  • Assist individual teachers in the PLC with moving students to individual plans based on current and relevant data points

  • Review and discuss progress monitor data for all students in MTSS

  • Make referrals to problem solving team as needed

Function:

Meets monthly to

  • Assess school needs

  • Develop and define expectations

  • Plan staff development when needed

  • Periodically review vertical data to identify school trends, strengths, weaknesses, etc.

  • Create an MTSS school-wide protocol

  • Plan for sustainability

  • Communicate to stakeholders

  • Communicate resource needs to SIT

  • Foster staff buy-in

Function:

Utilized at Tier III to

  • Assess individual student needs by analyzing assessment and progress monitoring data for effectiveness

  • Create an intervention plan through the development of student goals

  • Review and revise intervention goals as necessary

  • Obtain or identify resources needed for interventions and progress monitoring

  • Communicate to stakeholders

  • Make decisions regarding “next steps” (possible referral to IEP team)

Notes:

  • This team addresses the progress of individual students as well as the needs of the group.  (CORE instruction, differentiated CORE instruction, flex grouping,  intensive interventions, etc.)

  • This team does not decide who is referred to the IEP team.

Notes:

  • This team is not the primary decision-maker for moving students from group to individual plans.  (The team can assist teachers & building level MTSS rep. with the decision.)

  • This team does not decide who is referred to the IEP team.

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