• The “Problem Solving Team” is an umbrella term often used to describe groups of individuals that meet to analyze data and determine solutions to problems.  

    Duties of the Problem-Solving Team (PST) include:
    ● Assisting teachers in individualizing instruction to meet the needs of all students
    ● Assisting in developing intervention strategies to be used by teachers
    ● Meeting twice a month to monitor and review student progress
    ● Monitoring, collecting data, and evaluating the efficacy of intervention strategies
    ● Providing an efficient data analysis of students’ response to intervention
    ● Promoting a constructive, problem-solving process among teachers
    ● Increasing teacher skills in differentiating instruction and working with academic and behavioral issues of all students


    To learn more about Problem Solving Team, the MTSS process, and parent assistance, please go to the following links:

    MTSS Livebinder

    PCS Exceptional Children's Website

    Pitt County Schools Problem Solving Manual

    Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) for Families

    Parent Resources for MTSS