Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Curriculum & Instruction Early Child Certificate Texas A&M University
Mrs. Kelly Roth
Hello, I have thoroughly enjoyed the last twenty years teaching here at Bowie ISD and look forward to the years ahead. It is fun to have the opportunity to teach the children of some of my former students and to see the family resemblances and differences. My own three children, Emily, Grant, and Cade Roth, have attended and now graduated from Bowie ISD. One has even graduated from college and the other two are juniors in college. Helping our students grow and mature into productive and caring members of our community is very rewarding.
I serve as the Math and Reading Tier 3 Intervention Teacher here at Bowie Intermediate.
Response to Intervention (RTI)
What is RTI? The goal of RTI is to prevent failure and make all students successful learners. In Tier 1, the classroom teacher provides all students with high-quality, scientifically based instruction. Three times a year, beginning, middle and end of the year, every student undergoes a short screening process to monitor his or her reading and math progress. The purpose of this screening is multi-purposed. First, it will inform and alert teachers of any academic difficulties that might be occurring. The quicker a difficulty is identified the quicker we can work to correct the problem or misconception. Secondly, the screener provides evidence that the school’s curriculum and instruction are providing acceptable progress for the majority of students. Students not demonstrating adequate progress will receive more intensive instruction in a Tier 2 small group setting. Students who continue to show too little progress are then considered for more intensive instruction as part of Tier 3.
If your child needs additional academic help, you will be notified via a letter outlining the steps being taken to improve your child’s academic outcome.
Collaboration is a key element in helping your child have the best learning outcomes possible, so please feel free to contact the school when you have any concerns or suggestions regarding your child's academic progress.