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RtII stands for Response to Instruction and Intervention. In brief, RtII is: 

  • A data-­driven model to enable early identification and strategic interventions for students at academic or behavioral risk;
  • A multi-level instructional framework aimed at improving instruction for ALL students; and,
  • A shared and collaborative decision-making process among professional educators.

The Learning Resource Center (LRC)
The Learning Resource Center, found in room 141a and 141b, is a working environment where any student can go during study halls to receive tutoring from either a teacher or a peer, take tests, use laptop computers/printer, and/or be scheduled for algebra intervention. Students can also request assistance or be referred by a parent, teacher, or counselor. 

The LRC is open every day/all day. There are teachers present all periods to assist students as needed. Students can be scheduled in the LRC or report there during study hall.

The HELP Program
The HELP Program stands for High school Extended Learning Possibilities. It is a free, program available to all Governor Mifflin High School Students. The H.E.L.P. Program is open during the following times:

Tuesday/Thursday 10:45-11:15 a.m.
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 3:00-4:00 p.m.

Students can also access the H.E.L.P. Program virtually via Google Meet:

Students must provide their own transportation. The LRC offers various resources such as: laptops, a printer, calculators, textbooks, folders, stationary supplies, and plenty of appropriate work space.

H.E.L.P. Teacher Schedule

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Wednesdays (or if scheduled in advance)
Wednesdays (or if scheduled in advance)

Algebra Intervention
Students enrolled in Algebra 1 who have been identified as having weak basic skills, will be scheduled to attend three classes a cycle with either an Algebra teacher or the RtII Specialist. The purpose is to support these students in their Algebra class by pre-teaching and re-teaching standard related skills presented in the Algebra 1 class, so they not only pass the class but score proficient on the Keystone Exam. 


Ms. Angela Dennis
RtII Specialist
Phone: 610-775-5089 x. 6770



Ms. Angela Doyle Dennis is the RtII Specialist at Governor Mifflin High School. Before accepting the RtII position, Ms. Dennis was a special education teacher (learning support) at the high school for 20 years. Her background is in math and English. Ms. Dennis received her bachelor’s degree from West Chester University where she was a member of the diving and tennis teams. She holds a master’s degree in education from Cabrini College. Ms. Dennis coached varsity and age group diving at Governor Mifflin for 15 years. She also coached at Kutztown University for five years.