Jonathan G. Ross

Jonathan G. Ross is the principal of Lionville Middle School (grades 6-8) in the Downingtown Area School District. His school serves over 1,500 students in Chester County, PA. Mr. Ross is a 1991 graduate of Millersville University and received his Master’s Degree from Widener University in 1996. He began his career as a special education teacher at Drexel Hill Middle School (Upper Darby School District) in 1992, where he later became principal in 2001. In 2008, his school was selected to participate in the Pennsylvania Department of Education RTI Secondary Learning Site program. Mr. Ross is the 2009 National Association of Elementary School Principals "Pennsylvania National Distinguished Principal" (Middle Level).

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Multi-Tier System of Supports in Middle Schools

October 24, 2012

Jonathan Ross explored the application of multi-tier system of supports (MTSS) in middle school settings and answered your questions about key issues. He offered specific tips for how school teams can work together to introduce and sustain MTSS. Mr. Ross also offered examples to illustrate the application of RTI practices that increase student achievement for academics and behavior at the middle school level.