Response to Intervention District and Building Contact Information



Ms. Cecilia Dansereau-Rumley
Assistant Superintendent
Student Intervention and Support Services
Phone: 845.568.6528
crumley@necsd.net

Ms. Tara Marshall
Director of RTI and District 504 Compliance Officer
Phone: 845.563.8511
tmarshall@necsd.net

RtI Administrative Designee & Chairpersons
SchoolAdministrative Designee Position RtI Chair Position
BalmvilleBeverley Johnson
845.563.8559
Assistant PrincipalSally QuinnReading Specialist
FostertownCiria Briscoe-Perez
845.568.6434
Assistant PrincipalLori HoartySpeech Teacher
Gidney AvenueMelinda Lamarche
845.563.8451
PrincipalAdair SantoroReading Specialist
GardnertownLaura Bair
845.562.6407
Assistant PrincipalKaren Reilly
Nadene DeGennaro
Reading Specialist
Special Educator
HorizonsMargaret Chesser
845.563.3728
Assistant PrincipalOlivia WetterSchool Psychologist
Meadow HillLynnette Brunger
845.568.6601
PrincipalLaurie Maurice
John Schroeder
Math Specialist
ESL
New WindsorRalph Maloy
845.563.3702
Assistant PrincipalVacantClassroom Teacher
Vails GateDwayne D’Avilar
845.563.7902
Assistant PrincipalNancy Kirkwood
Geoia Beyer
Special Educator
Temple HillRobert Shust
845.563.4654
Assistant PrincipalStephanie PatinoSpecial Educator
South MS
Hermes MirandaSchool Counselor &
Grade Level Administrator
Heritage
Megan McDermottSpecial Education Teacher &
Grade Level Administrator
NFA North
Vacant
NFA Main
Michael MartinSpecial Education Teacher &
House Administrator


RTI Resources
Helpful RtI Links
Helpful Core Program & Intervention Links


What is RtI?
     RtI represents an important educational strategy to close achievement gaps for all students, including students at risk, students with disabilities and English language learners, by preventing smaller learning problems from becoming insurmountable gaps. It has also been shown to lead to more appropriate identification of and interventions with students with learning disabilities. Each day educators make important decisions about students' educational programs, including decisions as to whether a student who is struggling to meet the standards set for all children might need changes in the nature of early intervention and instruction or might have a learning disability. This decision as to whether a student has a learning disability must be based on extensive and accurate information that leads to the determination that the student's learning difficulties are not the result of the instructional program or approach. RtI is an effective and instructionally relevant process to inform these decisions.


Required District RTI Documents K-5/K-8
District RTI Documents (Middle & High)