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    The due date for enrolling in Johnson City Schools Health Insurance is June 30th. Help will be available tomorrow (6/24) and Friday (6/25) morning at The Learning Center. Please bring the necessary documents to add your spouse and/or child. If you do not enroll by the end of June, you will not have coverage starting July 1st. The next time you can pick up coverage is October to be effective January 1, 2022. Please call Finance with any questions.

  • 2021-2022 CALENDAR UPDATE:

    The January 4, 2022 in-service day has been moved to May 3, 2022. Students will now return from Winter Break on January 4, 2022, instead of January 5, 2022. May 3, 2022 is now an in-service day for staff. Please visit www.jcschools.org/schoolyearcalendars for more information.

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Response to Intervention

Last Updated: 4/1/2021 3:29 PM

Dr. Roger Walk, Supervisor of Educator Evaluation, Assessment, and RTI

Phone: (423) 434-5223

Fax: (423) 218-4965

Dr. Allison Gardenhour, District RTI Coach

Shannon Suttle, District RTI Coach



Johnson City Schools seeks to prepare ALL students for success after high school. Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI2) is designed to empower our qualified staff to give every student opportunities to meet high expecations and the support necessary to reach them.

Our comprehensive approach also joins district support, resources, and planning with school-based decison-making and delivery of instruction by highly trained staff through a variety of methods focused on maximizing student support and achievement.

This three-tiered system also supports educators differentiate instruction as students need extra help.


Understanding RTI2

RTI2 triangle graphic

RTI2 Handbook PDF

The RTI2 Framework has three tiers. Each tier provides differing levels of support.

In Tier l, all students receive research-based, high quality, general education instruction that incorporates ongoing universal screening and ongoing assessment to inform instruction.

In Tier ll, intervention is implemented when assessment indicates that a student is not making adequate gains from Tier I instruction alone. In addition to Tier I instruction, students are provided small group interventions designed to meet their specific needs. These students are progress monitored weekly or every other week using a tool that is sensitive to measuring changes in the student’s individual skills.

In Tier III, more intensive interventions are provided to students who have not made significant progress in Tier II, who are more than 1.5 grade levels behind, or who are below the 10th percentile. These students are progress monitored weekly or every other week using a tool that is sensitive to measuring changes in the student’s individual skills.


Last Updated: October 12, 2020




School Contacts

Cherokee- Dusty Watts

Fairmont- Dr. Aaron Wood, Assistant Principal

Indian Trail- Reva Rhea

Lake Ridge- Jessica Adams

Liberty Bell- Sarah Taylor

Mountain View- Cindy Meyers

North Side- Tonya Neas

Science Hill- Dr. Allison Gardenhour

South Side- Kaytee Jones, Principal

Towne Acres- Donna Patterson

Woodland- Sean Hogan

District RTI Coach- Dr. Allison Gardenhour

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District RTI Coach- Shannon Suttle

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