Multi-Tiered Support Systems
Hamilton Southeastern Schools is fortunate to serve students and families in a high-performing school district.
There are many efforts that contribute to such accomplishments. One of these efforts is termed: Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS). Our MTSS model for students and families is a specific structure led by an MTSS Leadership Team at each school to help every child realize success.
Our K-12 model supports the developmental needs of young children, early adolescents, and students at the secondary level. MTSS, formerly referred to as Response to Instruction (RTI) focuses on the success of the whole child, through the purposeful design of strong core instruction, and the need for targeted intervention to support academic growth, physical health, behavioral health, and social emotional well-being.
2022-2023 Dyslexia Reporting Information
- Number of students who were administered the universal screener for dyslexia: 4353
- Number of students who were determined to be at risk or at some risk for dyslexia: 231
- Selected universal screener: NWEA Reading Fluency
- Diagnostic Level 1 Assessment: MA Rooney Foundation
- Intervention program used to support students with dyslexia: Wilson, Sonday
- Number of students who received dyslexia intervention during the previous school year. This indicator represents the number of students who were identified as “at risk” or “at some risk” for dyslexia during the previous school year and who received the appropriate interventions. It does not represent the number of students who were officially diagnosed with dyslexia: 231
- Number of students identified with dyslexia during the previous school year. This indicator represents the number of students who were officially diagnosed with dyslexia and may differ from the number of students who received dyslexia intervention under the guidelines within this document: 6