Inclusion Resources and Information

Reach high, for stars lie written in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream precedes a goal.
— Pamela Vaull Starr

  • Check out Inclusion Resources Below

  • RtI: If you have behavioral or academic concerns for one of your students, put in a RtI Ticket. You will find the link to submit a ticket under the quick links. Please reach out if you have any questions.

Grief Resources From Willow House

Grief Resources

Anxiety Resources

Anxiety Strategies/Activities

Gen- Ed/Homeroom Teacher and Inclusion Facilitator Partnerships

We are all in it for what is best for each student. There is not a one-size fits all approach to learning, so sometimes the Inclusion Facilitator will present a strategy for the Gen Ed teacher to use with a specific strategy to use for a particular class or student. These strategies are not merely suggestions; they are not optional. It is an expectation that faculty make a reasonable effort to implement these ideas. If you need assistance, please ask! That is what we are here for.

Please note that the IF’s have been instructed to do the following in order to keep the Heads of School in the loop.

Step One - The IF will communicate to the Gen Ed/Homeroom teacher if a strategy needs to be implemented. She will expect it to be reasonably implemented. If the Gen Ed teacher implements the strategy, then great! If not, then we will go to step 2 below.

Step Two - The IF will write a follow up email to the Gen ed Teacher and then if a second occurrence happens cc admin on the second email, after the 2nd time cc admin on all emails. If the Heads of School need to get involved to support the efforts, then we can.

Outside Providers/Tutors

IMPORTANT: If you have a student receiving outside therapies or services at St. Benedict, please have them email Kristi at kenriquez@stbenedict. Each outside provider needs to complete a background check, get finger printed through Accurate Biometrics, and complete virtus training. Please email Kristi with any questions. 



Inclusion Resources

If you would like to learn more about a specific disability, click here. It is a great resource to help you understand how students act or think. 

Disability information click here

Below are some ways to check for understanding.

 Check for understanding click here

Check out these reading Apps!

Reading Apps

Ultimate Student Apps Click below

App Guide

Interactive Writing Lessons for K-12 Click below


Social Skills and Behavior Regulation strategies Click Below


Teacher Toolkit

Need a new way to organize student writing? Click below to find the right graphic organizer for you!

Top 10 Graphic Organizers

Graphic Organizers

More Info on Graphic Organizers

Teaching Comprehension for students with Learning Disabilities

Engaging Students in Math

Rubics made easy!

Reading Comprehension Strategies

Lessons and Strategies to Teach Social Comprehension (Chapter Sample)

Brain Breaks


Learning Station

Brain Break Options

Response to Intervention 2019-2020

Pre-K-3 RtI Dates

Thursdays 3:15-4:15

September 19th- Beginning of the year Meeting

October 3rd

October 24th

November 14th

December 5th

December 19th

January 16th

January 30th

February 20th

March 5th

March 26th

April 16th

April 30th

May 21st

June 4th- End of the Year Meeting

4-5 RtI Dates

Thursdays 3:15-4:15

September 12th- Beginning of Year Meeting 

September 19th  

October 17th  

November 7th 

November 21st   

December 12th  

January 9th   

January 23rd  

February 13th   

February 27th   

March 12th   

April 2nd  

April 23rd  

May 14th   

May 28th- End of the Year Meeting  

MS RtI Dates

Fridays 7:00-7:40

Beginning of Year: September 6th

September 20th 

October 18th 

November 1st

November 22nd

December 6th

January 10th

January 24th

February 14th

February 28th

March 27th

April 17th

May 8th

End May 22nd