The Missouri Multi-Tiered System of Support (MO-MTSS) website officially launched on July 1, 2016. The MO-MTSS is built around an integrated system of academic and social/behavioral supports. While ideally designed for teams of teachers to use, the online resources and materials housed on the website are designed to meet a wide range of learner needs across varying levels of support-universal, targeted, and intensive.

The July 1, 2016 launch represents the initial phase of development for the MO-MTSS website; therefore, the content posted at this time is limited to mostly foundational learning material at the universal level. Continue to check in often for news about additional online courses coming soon.

The online resources/materials are arranged around six key elements:

Collaborative Culture and Climate

Effective Teaching/Learning Practices

and Assessment

Decision Making

Student, Parent, Family, and Community Engagement

Within each key element, you will find online, interactive courses. Presenter materials can be found in the Facilitator Materials tab organized in the same key elements. Feel free to use both types of materials to further enhance and reinforce your learning. Note that all learning materials are available to anyone at any time.

Depending upon your learning and/or training needs, we also have technical assistance available for Missouri school districts and buildings through the Regional Professional Development Centers (RPDCs). RPDC consultants are available to provide training, coaching, and follow-up services around these materials for those desiring a more structured learning approach.

To begin using the site, visit the Getting Started page, determine what type of learner you are, and click the box that best represents your learning needs. That’s all you need to do to begin using these online resources!