Fann Named To New Position at Cannon Schools

Wednesday, 19 December 2018

Angie Fann

Angie Fann has been selected to serve as the RTI Coach for Cannon County.  Fann has served as a Classroom Teacher at West Side School and at Woodland School.  For the last several years, she has served as a Title I Teacher and Interventionist.  
During the 2018 Legislative Session, the General Assembly passed legislation that added a component to the BEP funding formula for RTI2 interventionists. RTI2 stands for Response to Instruction and Intervention.  RTI2 experts across the country indicate that in order for implementation to be successfully sustained, it needs to be implemented from the district level. To do so means having staff designated at the district level to build local capacity.
Angie Fann, RTI2 Coach for the Cannon County School District, will serve as a resource to guide the established standards and protocols necessary for successful RTI2 implementation. She will guide the District and School RTI2 Leadership Teams to recognize the importance of understanding and following the procedures for maintaining the fidelity of instruction and intervention. Fann will also serve the district to help critique established procedures for delivering high quality instruction and intervention and make appropriate recommendations for successful implementation.
Director of Cannon County Schools, William F. Curtis stated, Angie Fann is a uniquely qualified individual who will do an outstanding job as RTI Coach for the School System.  Her expertise of the Title I program, knowledge as a regular education teacher, and her knowledge of the special education program makes her a great fit for this BEP funded position.  Cannon County Schools welcomes Angie to the School District level and looks forward to her assisting and being impactful in the education of ALL students in Cannon County.  This will certainly aid us in fulfilling OUR Mission - ‘Preparing All Students for their Future’ through OUR Vision – ‘New E3 = Engaged in Excellence Every Day!’”