Current Route Status

Drumheller In Town

D-01 - Annette
On time
Updated: Nov 6 at 7:41 AM
D-02 - Don
On time
Updated: Nov 6 at 7:41 AM
D-03 - Wayne
On time
Updated: Nov 6 at 7:41 AM
D-04 - Norma
On time
Updated: Jan 12 at 2:02 PM
D-05 -Linda
On time
Updated: Dec 18 at 11:13 AM
D-06 - Joan
On time
Updated: Nov 6 at 7:41 AM
D-07 - Angelina
On time
Updated: Nov 6 at 7:41 AM
D-09 - Jim
On time
Updated: Mar 22 at 12:38 PM
Drum-D - First Student -Sarah
On time
Updated: Nov 6 at 7:41 AM
DRUM-E -First Student - Jackie
On time
Updated: Jan 12 at 2:02 PM
DRUM-I -First Student - Tanja
On time
Updated: Sep 20 at 6:56 AM

Drumheller Out of Town

D-01 Out of Town Annette
On time
Updated: Nov 16 at 12:50 PM
D-02 Out of Town Don
On time
Updated: Feb 12 at 2:01 PM
D-03 Out of Town Wayne
On time
Updated: Nov 6 at 7:41 AM
D-05 Out of Town Linda
On time
Updated: Dec 18 at 11:13 AM
D-06 Out of Town Joan
On time
Updated: Nov 6 at 7:41 AM
D-09 Out of Town Jim
On time
Updated: Mar 22 at 12:38 PM

Response to Intervention

 

  • During the 2011-12 school year the staff of Greentree School split into four teams to undertake research that would provide us with a better way to respond to academic and behavior issues that our students have.  Based on this research we developed a Response to Intervention (RTI) framework at Greentree School.
  • What is Response to Intervention or RTI?
  • Response to Intervention, commonly referred to as RTI, is a research based model that is used to help children who are struggling academically and/or behaviorally.  RTI provides early intervention to those struggling students, and also helps identify students who may qualify for special education services.  RTI provides services to identify those students either at-risk or who have disabilities, monitoring student progress, providing authentic intervention, and a means for adjusting those interventions.
  • There are four components of an RTI model – 1) a school wide, multi-tiered academic and behavioral system for supporting all students, 2) a screening process, 3) a progress monitoring process, and 4) data-based decision making process for   instruction, movement within the multi-tiered system, and disability identification (in accordance with Provincial special education criteria).
  • Beginning in the 2012-13 school year components, such as the Positive Behavior Support model, of our new RTI framework will be put in to place giving us a more proactive approach to dealing with academic and behavior issues at Greentree School.