STUDENT SUPPORT TEAM
The Student Support Team process is a state-mandated and school-based intervention process. As outlined in Georgia’s Student Achievement Pyramid of Interventions, Student Support Team Compliance serves as the basis for facilitation of Tier 3-Response to Intervention services.
The purpose of the Student Support Team is to provide support to both students and teachers with the outcome being improved student performance.
(GaDoe: SST Resource Manual, 2008)
The Response to Intervention District Team is committed to providing training, resources, and guidance to school-based teams to help ensure the delivery of high quality instruction, research-based interventions, progress monitoring, and prompt identification of at-risk students.Student Support Teams are comprised of interdisciplinary teachers, resource personnel, parents, and when necessary, the student. The team uses a systematic, problem-solving approach to address learning and/or behavior difficulties experienced by students. This includes students who are experiencing a lack of academic progress, are medically challenged, display behavior or emotional challenges, are Section 504 eligible or are in need of homebound instruction.
Comprehensive Support Coordinator
Last Modified on August 23, 2018