Accessing RTI Matrix Data – Yugtun CBMs Note: For help with this system, please contact Rachel Nicholai by email or Gayle Miller. GO TO: www.lksd.org/cutscore. If your page defaults to www.lksd.org, please re-type the whole URL . Passcode: yugtun Subtest Names for Early Literacy: LSF = Letter Sound Fluency PSF = Phonemic Segmentation Fluency NWF = Nonsense Word Fluency To access data, select: School name Grade Level (K=0) STORECODE (Fall, Winter, Spring) (subtest) Name o You can see individual student test scores displayed at this point. Look to the far right, then: Select Test Name (again) click Show Chart Print Page o Each test will produce a separate graph that shows Tiers I, II, III. To calculate a Tier level for all subtests combined, use this method: 1. Write down the Tier for each subtest and add numbers together. a. Example: LSF = 1, PSF = 2, NWF = 2 1+2+2 = 5 2. If you are using all 3 subtests for Early Literacy: Total for all three subtests 3 or 4 5, 6 or 7 8 or 9 Tier Placement Tier I Tier II Tier III 3. If you are using 2 subtests or 1 subtest* and R-CBM (ex. This happens in the Spring of Grade 1.): Total for two subtests Tier Placement 2 or 3 Tier I 4 or 5 Tier II 6 Tier III Grade 1: *During the last Benchmarking period, students take Reading Test R-CBM. They also take the last subtest, Nonsense Word Fluency. Grade 2: Students take only the R-CBM. That single score determines the Tier. Student scores should be placed into the R-CBM Quadrant for further analysis of instructional needs. Grade 3 and above: Students take both the R-CBM and the MAZE test. Student scores should be placed into the R-CBM Quadrant for further analysis of instructional needs. Accessing RTI Matrix Data – Yugtun CBMs o MAZE is a test for comprehension. The MAZE test does not yet have a standard score for Yugtun. But the MAZE score can be noted on the R-CBM Quadrant for each student.