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Response to Intervention (RTI)

Response to Intervention
Assistant Superintendent for Instruction
Chris Record
E-mail: chris.record@gorhamschools.org
75 South Street, Suite 2, Gorham ME 04038

Phone: (207) 222-1025
FAX: (207) 839-5001

Through our Response to Intervention (RTI) process we are using our existing resources to diagnostically assess student needs, provide interventions, monitor progress, and make decisions based on data.


Our goals are:


-  To intervene early, when students are not meeting standards

-  To monitor student response to an intervention and use the data to determine next steps

-  To deliver focused, explicit, research-based intervention to “close the gap” in a timely way

-  To advance the district goal of meeting the standards in literacy and numeracy


We have a three-tiered process to guide our work.

We have developed a three-tiered process to guide our work.
Below is a more detailed graphic outlining our RTI model:
If you are interested in learning more about RTI in any of our schools, please contact:
Great Falls School
73 Justice Way
Gorham, Maine  04038
Instructional Strategist
(207) 222-1049
Narragansett School
284 Main Street
Gorham, Maine  04038
Instructional Strategist
(207) 222-1282
Village School  
12 Robie Street
Gorham, Maine  04038
Instructional Strategist
(207) 222-1044
Gorham Middle School
106 Weeks Road
Gorham, Maine  04038
Instructional Strategist
(207) 222-1220
Gorham High School
41 Morrill Avenue
Gorham, Maine  04038
Instructional Strategist
(207) 222-1161
Parents and guardians have the right to refer their child to determine eligibility for Special Education should they suspect that their child has a disability that requires specialized instruction. If at any time a guardian feels that a referral to Special Education is needed, please contact the Instructional Strategist or Building Principal of your child's school.