The staff of White Sulphur Springs School District #8 spent the afternoon of Wednesday, September 6th, in a meeting. The staff set MBI and RTI goals for the 2017-2018 school year. All teachers supported the MBI and RTI youth initiatives.
RTI is the response to intervention, an early support of students with learning and behavioral needs.It is high-quality and universal instruction. MBI is the Montana Behavior Initiative. A positive school climate can significantly impact students, parents, and faculty. All White Sulphur Springs students are RTI and MBI students.
Meetings such as this happen every first Wednesday of the month and will cause early outs for students.
Carli Gilman, 9th grade