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Winter IRIP Guidance

For Kindergarten
Below are the EasyCBM Winter Benchmark Standards to determine the need for a Winter IRIP
for Kindergarten students.

Any student falling in the “Some Risk” and “High Risk” categories would require
an IRIP in the Winter.

Criteria:
Given the 3 EasyCBM Benchmark Assessments, the minimum
requirement would be either 1 of the 3 scores falling in the red
category, or 2 of the 3 scores falling in the yellow category.
EasyCBM Word EasyCBM Phoneme EasyCBM Letter
Yellow Reading less Segmentation less Sounds less than
Category than or equal to 3 than or equal to 16 or equal to 14
EasyCBM Word EasyCBM Phoneme EasyCBM Letter
Red Reading less Segmentation less Sounds less than
Category than or equal to 2 than or equal to 5 or equal to 7

For Grades 1, 2, & 3

CRITERIA #1 #2 #3 FORMULA

NWEA RIT F&P F&P at F but


G1 less than 166 below F below 5 in Comp 1 AND (2 OR 3)

NWEA RIT F&P F&P at K but


G2 less than 187 below K below 5 in Comp 1 AND (2 OR 3)

NWEA RIT F&P F&P at N but


G3 less than 198 below N below 7 in Comp 1 AND (2 OR 3)
STEP 3 IRIP GUIDANCE
IRIP Step 3 is only 1 question (Yeah!). You are only providing an update on your
student’s progress monitoring results.

If all of the data from the Step 1 Assessment and Step 2 Assessments have stayed the
same, there is no need to change anything.

Here is the 1 question to answer for Step 3:

How has the student responded to their intervention?


Enter the number below into the Step 3 IRIP assessment.
Winter

1 Adequate progress was made: intervention was successful in meeting student’s needs.
Intervention is no longer necessary.

2 Adequate progress was made: intervention was successful for meeting student’s need in
this skill area. Intervention will be provided in another skill area.

3 Some progress was made: intervention was somewhat successful in meeting student’s
needs. Student will continue intervention.

4 Some progress was made: intervention was somewhat successful in meeting student’s
needs. Student will continue intervention with the addition of an alternative intervention
provided.

5 Adequate progress was not made: intervention was not successful in meeting student’s
needs. Team will revise the intervention plan