MTSS/CS Community of Practice Update
During May and June, we will wrap up our year-long Community of Connection sessions with Ali Hearn by further exploring the topic of “Recovery Through Renovation.”
Based on critical features of a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) framework, we will continue to examine our respective data, systems, and practices before and during COVID, and identify future considerations around:
- Teaming Structures/Communication
- Data Gathered for Decision Making
- Discipline Policies and Procedures
- Teaching SEL Competencies
- Student and Family Engagement
- Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 Programs/Services
We will consider:
WHAT TO KEEP:
What is most important, impactful and meaningful for your school district/organization?
WHAT TO CHANGE/MODIFY:
What has promise, is a good start, could be used in a different way, could be great with a touch up, etc.?
WHAT TO GET RID OF:
What is no longer meaningful, no longer serves the purpose, no longer matches the motif, now makes things worse, etc.?
Our overarching goals are to foster:
Connection: That you leave each session feeling more connected than when you came
Reflection: That there is something each session makes you say “wow, I hadn’t thought about that, or in that way…”
A Resource/Action Step:
This work only works if we do something with it. We want you to be able to take something tangible from each time together and do something with it.