Academic Response to Intervention (RTI)

  • Chapel Hill lSD Mission Statement


    Chapel Hill ISD works through a team effort between home, school and community to:

    • Provide a safe and nurturing environment.
    • Provide opportunities for social and academic growth in a technologically enriched environment, and
    • Produce positive & productive members of society.

     Program Goals
    The instructional approaches within the general education setting should result in academic and/or behavioral progress for the majority of the students (80%). The primary focus of Rtl is early intervention to prevent long- term academic failure. Struggling students are identified using data-based progress monitoring and are provided intensive instruction. The use of a scientifically validated curriculum, as well as instructional methods expected in an Rtl model, leads to school improvement. Support services require collaboration among campus personnel such as counselors, interventionists, special education teachers, general education and dyslexia teachers.