Reading Success Plan

The Reading Success Plan (RSP) is a plan to support students who exhibit a substantial reading deficiency.   In accordance with Missouri statute Section 167.645, RSMO (SB 681), Missouri districts are required to assess students for reading proficiency and develop an RSP until proficiency is met.   The Neelyville R-IV School District will assess students with i-Ready, a state-approved assessment tool for determining reading proficiency.  The district's procedure for the Reading Success Plan process is outlined on the infographic at the right.  

Individual Student RSP Information is being sent home today, October 27, 2023, with students in grades 1-6.  Kindergarten RSP Information will be sent home in either December 2023 or January 2024.

Dese's Literacy Initiatives & Efforts Webpage

SB681:  Section 167.645

2022-2023 map/eoc isr

All students who took a grade-level assessment or an end-of-course exam have received his/her ISR (Individual Student Report).  

For more information about the ISR, please click the link below to access the GIR (Guide to Interpreting Results) as provided by the  Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).  

2023 Parent Guide to Interpreting Results 


For staff use only - Curriculum Folders will be published upon completion.

District Curriculum 

Coming Soon


DCI Blueprint-Final-2023.pdf

2023 DCI Blueprint