Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS)
What is MTSS?
MTSS is a multi-step process of providing instruction and support to promote the academic and behavioral success of all children. Individual children’s progress is monitored and results are used to make decisions about further instruction and intervention. MTSS is most commonly used in addressing reading, math and behavior, but it can also be used in other areas. The MTSS process is flexible and designed by school districts to meet the needs of their students.
What does the MTSS process look like?
The MTSS process typically has three tiers. Each tier provides differing levels of support.
In Tier I, all students receive high quality curriculum and instruction in the general education classroom. The teacher assists all students.
In Tier II, the school provides supplemental instructional support, usually in small groups, to students who need additional support to what they are receiving from the general curriculum.
In Tier III, intense instructional support is provided to students with the greatest needs, with frequent progress monitoring.
Below, you will find individualized MTSS plans for each of our district schools.
|Pittsburg High School||Pittsburg Community Middle School|
|George Nettels Elementary||Lakeside Elementary|
|Meadowlark Elementary||Westside Elementary|