DIT Overview

The DIT creates and supports a district system to sustain multiple levels of Academic and Behavior Support. This includes: 

  • Tier 1: Curriculum and Supports provided to all students. This includes Academic Core Curriculum, Social Emotional Curriculum, and Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS
  • Tier 2: Group based interventions available to some students based on data 
  • Tier 3: Individualized interventions available to some students based on data 
  • Data Collection and Analysis through Universal Screening and Data Review Meetings

These curriculum, supports, and interventions are collectively known as Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS).


  • Dave Tebo: Superintendent
  • Mat Rehkopf: Director of Teaching and Learning 
  • Sara McIntyre: Director of Student Services
  • Elizabeth Brandonisio: MTSS Coordinator and School Psychologist
  • April Lobbes: Strategy and School Improvement Coordinator
  • Christine Martin: Instructional Coach
  • Elizabeth Morehouse: Middle School Principal
  • Sean Deiters: Middle School Assistant Principal 
  • Mitch Bosch: High School Principal
  • David Sheppard: High School Assistant Principal 
  • Lauren Robinson: High School Counselor
  • Philip Koops: High School Teacher
  • Bill Mousel: Middle School Teacher
  • Abby Perdok: Middle School Teacher
  • Dan Scoville: Elementary Principal
  • Jared Randall: Elementary Principal 
  • Dean Kramer: Elementary Principal 
  • Jeff Roon: Elementary Principal 
  • Jill Jipping: Elementary Teacher
  • Hannah Kotsko: Elementary Social Emotional Learning Coordinator


  • Use district data to create and revise goals and action plans
  • Ensure that action plan items align with district vision and priorities
  • Support School Coaches and School Leadership Teams 
  • Discuss and resolve barriers and concerns shared by schools 
  • Make decisions regarding the selection and deselection of pilot programs and curriculum 
  • Plan for communication with district staff and stakeholders

When the DIT makes a decision, they consider:


  • Does data support a need?
  • Stakeholder perception of need


  • Fit with district vision and priorities
  • Alignment with current initiatives


  • Curriculum and Materials
  • Technology
  • Staff, Coaching, and Training
  • Data Systems


  • Outcome data 
  • Proven results with similar populations 


  • System for training and assistance 


  • Available staff 
  • Ability to sustain 
  • Ability to create Buy-in 

All DIT decisions are made with team discussion and, when necessary, a majority vote. Dave Tebo and Mat Rehkopf maintain ultimate decision making authority for issues regarding policy, staffing, and resource allocation.