School Resources RTI Screening Tools

RTI Screening Tools

RTI Academic Screening Tools

 

Brunswick Junior High and High School, Brunswick

We use the STAR 360 for grades 6-12 for math and reading. It has been well received by teachers, students and parents.

 

Houlton Jr./Sr. High School, Houlton

We utilize STAR for reading and math.  In addition, we have bi-weekly team meetings and screen kids for grades and standards and develop protocols/action plans for each student. We like the STAR assessments, as we believe they are easier for progress monitoring because you can take them quickly and they give you instant data.

 

David J Lyon Washburn District Elementary School, Washburn

Our school uses a program called STAR 360. It is a computer assessment for grades K-8 for math and ELA. We love it!

 

William H Rowe School, Yarmouth        

Rowe School uses PALS for Kindergarten and Grade One.

 

Woodland Consolidated School, Woodland

We use the STAR 360 as an assessment which gives us a lot of information that we can use for RTI. 

 

Jameson Elementary School and Loranger memorial School, Old Orchard Beach

In OOB, K-8, we use AIMS Web.  At $6 per student, this is a very effective and minimally invasive to learning time.

 

Harriet Beecher Stowe School, Brunswick

HBS uses the AIMS Web as a universal screening tool. 

 

Molly Ockett Middle School, Fryeburg

Our staff uses STAR, Lexia and AIMS Web.

 

East Grand School, East Grand

We use 

* AIMS Web for grades preK-7 for ELA and math

* NWEA for grades 2-10 for reading and math

* CogAT for grades 3 & 6 for gifted and talented screening

* Classroom assessments

 

RTI Screening Tools for Behavior

 

Morison Memorial School and Hudson Elementary School, Corinth

Here is the SRSS (Student Risk Screening Scale) that we have used in RSU 64 since about 2008 when the middle school became involved in the PBIS implementation process. The screener was suggested to us by the team from the University of Maine that we were working with the implement RTI behavior procedures. We just personalized the heading. 

        Corinth Behavior Form

 

Old Town Elementary School, Old Town

This screener comes from our 3-5 behavior team, but could be used at other levels.  It is simple, but includes internal and external behaviors, which our team likes.

     Old Town Behavior Form

 

Wisdom Middle/High School, St. Agatha

Some of us are using Dojo, the student and parent have access too.

 

Lake Region Middle School, Naples

A free researched based behavior-rating tool is the Student Risk Screener Survey (Dr. Lane).

Link: http://miblsi.cenmi.org/MiBLSiModel/Evaluation/Measures/StudentRiskScreeningScale.aspx

 

Jameson Elementary and Loranger memorial Schools, Old Orchard Beach

RSU 23, OOB, is a Restorative School Practices district.  We are building structures around this with great success.  I've attached the most important of these.  We are open to site visits for those interested.

     Old Orchard Restorative Flow Chart

     Old Orchard Child Study Agenda

     Old Orchard STAR Matrix

 

Miller School, Waldoboro

Please click on the link below:

     Miller PBIS Screening Scale Externalizing

    Miller PBIS Screening Scale Internalizing

 

Hermon Elementary School, Hermon

We use the SSBD (Systematic Screening for Behavior Disorders) by Walker and Severson, from Sopris West.

 

Blue Point and Pleasant Hill Schools, Scarborough

Our social workers found something on the web that is no longer even there - so no attribution available. We adjusted the format and some of the wording. We are using it district-wide to a small degree - it's new this year.

The interventions sheet provides some suggestions as we look for the function of the behavior.

Same source, different formatting of the same information.

Teachers have found it effective in figuring out a next step for a behavior challenge.

Scarborough Behavior Refferal Sheet

Scarborough Intervention Sheet

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