RtI Recognized Schools

RtI Recognized Schools
Posted on 06/12/2019
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The Wisconsin RtI Center Recognized Schools Program celebrates school progress in expanding, refining, and sustaining implementation of both PBIS (behavior) and RtI (reading and math).

Schools are recognized at the bronze, silver, gold, or platinum level in the content areas of reading, mathematics, and behavior.   

The levels are:

  • Bronze: At full implementation/fidelity in one content area at the universal level/tier 1 for at least one year.

  • Silver: At full implementation/fidelity in one content area at the universal level/tier 1 for at least two years and at selected level/tier 2 for at least one year.

  • Gold: At full implementation/fidelity in two content areas at the universal/tier 1 and selected/tier 3 levels for at least two years with evidence of improved student outcomes and more equitable systems.

  • Platinum: At full implementation/fidelity in all three content areas, at all three levels, and for at least three years with evidence of improved student outcomes and more equitable systems.


    School

    Behavior Level

    Reading Level

    Math Level

    Central High School

    Bronze



    Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate School

    Bronze



    Franklin Elementary School

    Silver



    Hoover Elementary School

    Silver

    Bronze


    Horace Mann Elementary School

    Silver

    Bronze


    Irving Elementary School

    Bronze



    James E. Dottke Alternative School

    Silver



    Jefferson Elementary School

    Silver

    Bronze

    Bronze

    Longfellow Elementary School

    Silver

    Bronze


    Madison Elementary School

    Silver

    Silver

    Bronze

    Mitchell Elementary School

    Bronze



    Nathan Hale High School

    Bronze



    Pershing Elementary School

    Silver



    Walker Elementary School

    Silver

    Bronze

    Bronze

    West Milwaukee Intermediate School

    Gold

    Gold

    Gold

    Wilson Elementary School

    Silver



    “Our multi-level systems of support is an important component of ensuring our students are college and career ready when they graduate.” explains Superintendent, Dr. Marty Lexmond. “The recognition these schools have earned demonstrates that we’re working hard to meet the individual academic and behavioral needs of our students and that we still have important work to do.”