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This position reports to the Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, and is responsible for coordinating the scope and sequence of the schoolwide  MTSS program, tracking data, coordinating intervention needs outside of the classroom, coordinating with interventionists, support services, teachers  and administrators. MTSS focuses on academic, behavioral, and social-emotional learning through multi-faceted, strategically-tiered systems of support to ensure all students reach their highest potential According to the Colorado Department of Education, the mission of Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) is to shape, develop and increase the collective capacity of schools and districts to implement and sustain a multi-tiered system of supports through a problem-solving culture that integrates data, practices and systems which improve educational outcomes for every student. Its five components include: Evidenced-Based Practices, Family, School & Community Partnering, Team-Driven Shared Leadership, Data-based Problem-Solving and Decision Making, and Layered Continuum of Supports.


  • Support a vision MTSS, within the CSDB school community, based on purpose and need specific to Blind and Deaf students
  • Establish goals for program implementation and identify success criteria 
  • Communicate regularly and consistently with administration, deans, teachers, counselors, support staff and parents/guardians about student growth and achievement
  • Collaborate with school staff and parents/guardians regarding specific intervention strategies for students whose needs are identified in the MTSS process
  • Coordinate intervention needs outside of the classroom, as needed, based on the MTSS process
  • Schedule and participate in internal SSTs for at-risk students nominated by grade-level teams in the MTSS process
  •  Schedule and facilitate external SSTs regarding at-risk students and conduct progress monitoring meetings with staff and parents/guardians
  • Work with the teachers and student services team to coordinate the assessment of identified students (i.e. external assessments, internal screeners, or progress monitoring)
  • Communicate with the CSDB school teams team, counselors, teachers and administrators regarding intervention progress monitoring, internal and external SST outcomes, and formal evaluations by Special Education staff
  • Work with interventionists and support services to create, maintain and leverage an inventory of current data collection tools, universal screeners, progress monitors, intervention tracking, and other performance measures for the school staff 
  • Maintain individual student profiles reflecting growth and achievement
  • Promote a collaborative MTSS environment across CSDB by sharing resources and communicating MTSS staff concerning student needs
  • Connect community resources and supports with students, staff, and families, as needed
  • Utilizes technology with proficiency
  • Works as part of the education team responsible for identifying, developing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating individual objectives for assigned learners through the MTSS process
  • Utilizes appropriate communication skills 
  • Understands and supports learners' social-emotional development
  • Coordinates effectively with other service staff in facilitating instruction, supporting school reform efforts, strategic planning, and positively contributing to co-curricular activities
  • Positively serves as a team member in the School for the Deaf, and of the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) as a whole; and participates in regular team and departmental meetings, school and instructional meetings as required
  • Provides consultation to staff members around the SST and MTSS process
  • Seeks opportunities for and participates in activities related to professional development and training/workshops as appropriate
  • Performs other appropriate duties as assigned


Phone: 7195782115

Cert: Any Certification


  • Bachelor’s or Master's Degree in Special Education, or closely related field from a regionally accredited college or university
  • Must hold or be eligible for appropriate educator licensure in the State of Colorado, endorsed as a Special Education Generalist / Specialist; Special Education Specialist: Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing; Teacher of the Visually Impaired,  or comparable endorsement
  • Experience teaching / working with children in an educational environment 
  • Proficiency or commitment to work toward proficiency in American Sign Language (ASL) at the Advanced (3) skill level as demonstrated through an appropriate assessment tool and according to school policy/procedures

  • General awareness of the Braille code