Student Intervention Team (SIT)
The Student Intervention Team (SIT) is a collaborative, general education solution-generating team made up of a variety of school perspectives. The purpose of the SIT is to
- support teachers in reflecting on and enhancing their Tier I practices and
- implement targeted Tier II and III behavior and Tier III academic interventions when needed.
Utilizing an equity lens, the team considers the whole student when making decisions that affect their long-term educational experience and sense of belonging in PPS. SIT works to provide every student and adult with what they need to thrive in the general education setting.
SIT Function and Responsibilities
K-8 SIT Process Resources: MTSS partnered with OTL and SpEd to ensure that the recommended SIT process is aligned across departments.
- K-8 SIT Handbook
- Agenda/Notes Options
- SIT Meeting Agenda/Minutes (with instructions) OR
- K-8 SIT Schedule TEMPLATE with
- K-8 ASERT/SIT Student Notes TEMPLATE
- K-8 Academic Intervention Flowchart
- K-8 Behavior Intervention Flowchart
High School SIT Process Resources: A cross-departmental group of over 25 people contributed to the guidance below, including 18 different job titles. School experience and suggestions have since led to enhancements in the guidance.
Team Process Resources
Data Analyst Resources
Additional SIT Resources
- Dashboard Request for Assistance (RfA) Form written instructions
- Tier I Behavior Support Site - This site includes a variety of Tier I supports organized by function and category.
- RfA Parent Interview Questions - These questions can be asked of parents/caregivers as soon as a concern is noted.
- Teacher Interview Questions - These questions can be asked of a teacher by a member of the SIT team when the team notices that a student needs support.
- Student Interview Questions - These questions can be asked of the student when a concern is noted.
- CLD True Peer Resource - This document includes information that is important to reflect on when considering tiered interventions for CLD students. It also includes examples of true CLD peer comparison indicators and non-examples that may indicate a delay.
- Tier 1 Support Tracker - This can be used to collect virtually any kind of Tier 1 data prior to referring a student to SIT.
- Choosing a Data Collection Tool - This is a menu of data tools organized by type of data to be collected.
- Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) - This is the fidelity tool that supports SIT implementation. Tiers II and III align with the SIT work.
- ASERT/SIT Crosswalk - This document highlights key features of ASERT and SIT.
Synergy MTSS Module Resources
How to create an academic or attendance intervention:
- Creating an Academic & Attendance Plan Video Directions
- Create an Academic Plan Slide Deck
- Create an Attendance Plan Slide Deck
How to enter academic and attendance progress monitoring data:
- Entering Academic & Attendance Progress Monitoring Data Video Directions
- Entering Academic & Attendance Progress Monitoring Data Slide Deck
How to create a behavior plan:
How to enter behavior progress monitoring data:
- Entering Behavior Progress Monitoring Data Video Directions
- Entering Behavior Progress Monitoring Data Slide Deck
Literacy Decision Rules
The documents linked below were created by OTL and provide guidance to school teams for using data such as universal screeners to identify and match students to Tier II & III literacy interventions.
- K-2 Reading Assessment Decision Rules
- K-2 English Reading Assessment Decision Rules 2022-2023
- DRAFT K-2 Chinese Reading Assessment Decision Rules 2022-2023
- DRAFT K-2 Japanese Reading Assessment Decision Rules 2022-2023
- DRAFT K-2 Russian Reading Assessment Decision Rules 2022-2023
- DRAFT K-2 Vietnamese Reading Assessment Decision Rules 2022-2023
- K-2 Spanish Reading Assessment Decision Rules 2022-2023
- 3-5 Reading Assessment Decision Rules 2022-2023
- 6-8 Literacy/Language Arts Decision Rules 2022-2023
- 9-12 Literacy/Language Arts Decision Rules 2022-2023
Math Decision Rules
The documents linked below were created by OTL and provide guidance to school teams for using data such as universal screeners to identify and match students to Tier II & III math interventions.
Have you noticed errors in the above documents? Do you wish that additional resources were provided? Contact Niki Johnson @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would you like clarification on the use of the above documents? Would you like a thought partner to support enhancing your school's SIT process? Contact your MTSS TOSA!