During this session, we will show how we developed a school-wide intervention model incorporating all tiers of support to meet the needs of all students. We will highlight the three-year process to integrate all systems as well as the data analysis process that occurred in order to make informed grouping decisions. All classroom teachers and specialists are included in this system of support as well as building admin.
Lindsey Marquardt has served as the principal at Rocky Ridge Elementary for five years. During her time at Rocky Ridge, Marquardt has been able to take the ELA and math state assessment scores from in the 30%'s overall to 60%! She has implemented a number of different systems that have contributed to this student success; including school-wide PBIS as well as a school-wide intervention system. Her teaching career began in the Federal Way public schools as a middle level math teacher. She then advanced into a district level math TOSA before moving to Bethel School District to begin her assistant principal work at the High School level. Marquardt has a B.A. in Education from Central Washington University and M. ED from City University with a certificate in Administration and Leadership.
Stacy Smith has been teaching for 10 years. Her experience began as a classroom teacher. After working in a classroom for seven years, she moved into a title/LAP role and began overseeing the school-wide intervention system that she and Mrs. Marquardt designed. Her knowledge in different intervention curriculums as well as standards has been essential to the schools intervention system. Stacy has her B.A in Elementary Education from Pacific Lutheran University. She then went on to get her M.ED in middle level Mathematics from Lesley University. In 2018 she completed her National Boards in Early Literacy.