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Academic MTSS at Montague

Montague Elementary School uses a Multi-Tired System of Supports (MTSS) to positively impact student academic achievement.  All students receive Tier I Support. Teachers and staff use a variety of assessments to determine which students will receive additional intervention; using periodic PLC meetings during early release days to review student data, identify which students are to receive Tier 2 and Tier 3 support, and monitor the progress of all students.
 

Tier 1 Academic Support - 100% of Students

Students receive Tier 1 whole-group instruction using the standards-based curriculum in each of the content areas:
 
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English Language Arts (ELA) Curriculum
Mt. Morris Consolidated Schools utilizes Benchmark Advance for our K-5 ELA Curriculum. Benchmark Advance is a Common Core-aligned curriculum that:
builds content knowledge; engages with complex, culturally responsive texts; and provides precisely leveled texts to meet students at their instructional level.
 
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Math Curriculum
Mt. Morris Consolidated Schools utilizes engageny for our Math Curriculum. engageny is a Common Core-aligned. 4th Grade will begin the year working on place value, rounding, and algorithms for addition and subtraction. Students extend their work with whole numbers. 5th Grade will begin the year working on place value and decimals.
 
 
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Science Curriculum
Mt. Morris Consolidated Schools utilizes Mystery Science for our K-5 Science Curriculum. Mystery Science is a Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) aligned curriculum that leads students in doing hands-on activities and captivates students with short videos and discussion questions.
 
 
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Social Studies Curriculum
Mt. Morris Consolidated Schools utilizes the MC3 Curriculum for our K-5 Social Studies Curriculum. The 4th Grade social studies curriculum introduces students to geographic, economic, governmental concepts through the lens of the United States. The 5th Grade social studies curriculum is a chronological study of early American history through the adoption of the United States’ Bill of Rights. By applying the tools of historians, including the use of primary and secondary sources, students explore how significant events shaped the nation. 
 
 

Tier 2 Academic Intervention - 20% of Students

Teachers and staff use a variety of assessments to determine which students will receive additional intervention; using periodic PLC meetings during early release days to review student data, identify which students are to receive Tier 2, and monitor the progress of all students.
 
  • Classroom Reading and Math Small Group Instruction
    • ELA - Utilizing Benchmark Advance Materials
      • Read Leveled Texts, Reread and Analyze Complex Texts, Build Fluency through Reader's Theater, and Provide Targeted Intervention for Reading
  • Title I Reading Intervention
    • Phonics for Reading
    • Rewards
    • LLI
 

Tier 3 Behavioral Intervention - 5% of Students

Please note that a student receiving a Tier 3 Intervention will still be receiving both Tier 1 and Tier 2 supports.
 
  • Additional Title I Targeted Reading Intervention
    • Phonics for Reading
    • Rewards
    • LLI
 
 
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