Read to Achieve teachers provide daily intensive intervention for struggling primary students who have been identified using a universal screener. In addition, the teachers have three annual requirements:
Program Evaluation Reports (three per year)
- Professional Learning via four KDE-sponsored webcasts
- Maintain updated RTA information in the Intervention Tab in Infinite Campus
RTA Grant-Approved Programs
Early Intervention in Reading (EIR) K-3
Reading Recovery 1
Comprehensive Intervention Model (CIM) K-3
Reading Mastery K-3 (for English Learners)
When RTA classes begin in the fall, RTA teachers must recorded daily attendance for the students they serve. This data will be needed to complete the RTA information in the Intervention Tab in Infinite Campus. If a student moves, successfully exits intervention, qualifies for special education services, moves to a different intervention teacher or is absent from intervention, indicate that on the attendance sheet. A sample attendance sheet is attached below to help collect RTA attendance data.
Infinite Campus Intervention Tab
All RTA students must be entered on the Intervention Tab in Infinite Campus by October 30, and new students must be entered as they enroll in the program. Student information on the Intervention Tab must be current and complete when school dismisses in the spring. Click here
for more information regarding the Intervention Tab.
2015-2016 Grant Information
Statutes and Regulations
The Kentucky Revised Statutes and Regulations related to the Read to Achieve (RTA) Grant Initiative can be found on the RTA Grant Program Laws and Regulations page.