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District Coordinators

District coordinators facilitate District Implementation Team efforts to develop and sustain district-wide capacity for MTSS/SWPBIS.

Overview

The district coordinator is responsible for ensuring that the district takes the necessary steps to implement and sustain district-wide MTSS/SWPBIS. The district coordinator serves a number of different functions including prompting the development of the universal screening and data review training schedule on an annual basis and coaching the District Implementation Team. This page provides detailed information and resources to support district coordinators in their scheduling and coaching roles. For more information on the full scope of a district coordinator’s responsibilities, see District Coordinator Job Description under Tools and Resources on the right-hand side of this page.

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Data Review Resources


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District coordinators play a critical role in ensuring that the district engages in continuous improvement through school and district data reviews.

Coaching Service Delivery Plans


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A Coaching Service Delivery Plan (CSDP) outlines the concepts that will be intentionally coached, the continuum of coaching strategies to be used, types of information that will be used to determine the effectiveness of the coaching, the frequency of coaching, coach preparation, and guidelines for providing feedback to the team.

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