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Diller-Odell MTSS

Over the past year, the staff at DIller-Odell has adopted a new framework to implement into our teaching practices. This new framework is called a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS). In Nebraska, MTSS is defined as an educational framework for continuous improvement, problem-solving, and decision-making. It offers a meaningful and effective way to organize instruction and intervention to help improve outcomes for all students in the state.

Key Elements:

  • ●  A school-wide approach to student support, with teachers, counselors, psychologists, and other specialists working as a team to assess students and plan interventions.

  • ●  Promotes an integrated system of general education and special education

  • ●  Provides early intervention for students who need support to reach their academic or behavioral goals

  • ●  Integrated plans that address students’ academic, social-emotional, and behavioral needs

  • ●  Use of evidence-based strategies

  • ●  Frequent monitoring of students’ progress to help determine if more interventions are needed

  • ●  Family involvement so parents and caregivers can understand the interventions and provide support at home