Supporting Students in Their Learning Journey

Name of School:


Our school is considered:


In five words or less, describe your prototype

Meeting students where they are at

Insert an image that showcases your prototype.

How might we?:

Build a universal support model that enables all students to be successful irrespective of their learning needs?

Describe the prototype(s) your school will focus on. Get creative. Be sure to describe the various approaches staff will take, what you will keep your eye on and how staff plan to document their results.

1) Develop and implement common language and practice around inclusion within the classroom
  • Building on our past work around mindfulness, students will continue to advocate and take advantage of supports and tools available within the classroom for self-regulation (Break Cards, effective use of regulation tools, positive self-talk, etc.)
2) Create a physical space in the school with both equipment and learning supports for students to practice self-regulation techniques
  • Building on our past work around effective techniques and tools within the Pit Stop (a room within the building where students have access to tools to manage their own self-regulation)
3) Implement a school wide Response to Intervention (RTI) model in regards to both academic and social/emotional  challenges
  • Using the RTI model of intervention support, students receive targeted skill development in ten week cycles and will be re-assessed at the end of the cycle to measure effectiveness of the intervention and to guide next steps