RTA Grant-Approved Programs
- Early Intervention in Reading (EIR) K-3
- Reading Recovery 1
- Comprehensive Intervention Model (CIM) K-3
- Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) K-3
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. Visit the Infinite Campus Intervention Tab webpage for more information regarding the Intervention Tab.
Procedure for Submitting Budget Amendments
Effective immediately, please use the Budget/Program Amendment Guidelines established by the Budget office if you need to submit an amendment to your RTA budget. Budget questions, including questions on amending your budget, should be directed to Leesa Unger, firstname.lastname@example.org.
RTA Yearly Reports
The Kentucky Read to Achieve (KY RTA) Program was created under Senate Bill 19 in 2005 with the goal of supporting schools in implementing a reading diagnostic and intervention program to address the needs of struggling readers. More specifically, the KY RTA program was designed to identify and provide intensive reading and intervention programs to struggling readers within primary grades (K-3). There is flexibility in the intervention programs from which participating schools may choose, but several aspects of program implementation are required and therefore common across participating schools.
RTA Yearly Report 2018-2019 - Coming this fall!
To request an annual report from a previous Read to Achieve grant cycle, or if you have any other questions, please contact email@example.com.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.