SECTION 2 – Tier 1: Differentiated Core Plans
SECTION 3 – Early Warning System
SECTION 5 – Behavior
SECTION 6 – 504 Plans
SECTION 7 – Guided Tiered Plans

Component 3: Key Features


  • Provides quick and easy access to key components of Stored! without having to go into each individual student’s file
  • These components can be completed right in the dashboard and automatically file into the student’s individual file
  • There are specific Dashboards for:
    • Nurses
    • Speech Pathologists
    • Teacher – Progress Monitoring
    • Teacher/Interventionists – Intervention Groups


  • Provides easy access to management features at the district and building level
  • District Moderator
    • Manage EWS district settings
    • Manage expectations for Tier 1 Differentiated Core Instruction Plans and Tier 1 Behavior Plans
    • Manage District-wide Expectations for Instruction, Curriculum & Environment
    • Manage District-wide Expectations for Behavior

Task List

  • Simple way to manage student files and keep them up to date. A red bell will be present when there are open tasks and a black bell when there are no open tasks
  • Instantly know what meetings, requested documents, outdated progress monitoring or student learning plans need to be updated, and/or miss documents need to be completed

Live Chat

  • Provides instant support at the click of a button for all technical support needs

Create a Meeting

  • Click on Students (teacher view) or Students (admin view) – depending on your access level
  • All students you have access to will appear on this list – 4 areas of concern will show up next to each student
  • To create a meeting for a student, they must have already been identified in at least Tier 1 at-risk in an area
  • Click in the white box located to the left of the student’s name

    • Click on Create New Meeting located in the toolbar just above the student list
    • Stored! will prompt you to complete the meeting details and choose participants to be invited to the meeting
      • All participants chosen will receive an email appoint for this particular meeting
    • This feature helps to ensure the RIGHT people are invited to the problem-solving team meetings
    • The date/time of the meeting schedule appears on the Student list in the Meeting column directly following the student’s name

Review Document Checklist

  • Districts determine required and optional items to appear in their Review Document Checklist sections for each Tier
    • Districts determine which items they:
      • Require to stay in the same tier for another cycle
      • Require for moving down in tiers
      • Require for moving up in tiers
    • District specific documents are converted into Online documents in Stored! under the specified tier
  • All ‘required’ documents appear in the left column of the Review Document Checklist
  • All ‘optional’ documents appear in the right column of the Review Document Checklist

Request Documents

  • Click on a particular area of concern for a student to enter their file
  • Directly under the Date-Stamped Timeline, click on Request Documents
  • Click on the document you need to request
  • Click Next
  • Choose the person(s) you are requesting the document from
  • Click Request
  • Click Request
    • An email request will be sent to that person for completion of the document you requested
    • ‘Requested’ will appear next to the item in under the Review Document Checklist for that document

Date Stamped Timeline

  • This features provides a detailed visual of the cumulative support a student has received in that particular area of concern

    • The date-stamps are not editable by any level of access – this provides an accurate timeline of support provided to the student

Online Progress Monitoring (Old & New Versions)

  • Monitor progress right in Stored! using the Online Progress Monitoring feature
  • Identify deficit skill being monitored
    • Multiple skills can be tracked simultaneously (Old PMing Form)

    • Enter the following information:
      • Enter the probe/assessment
      • Date of PMing
      • Score the student received
      • Target cut score (national norm) for the assessment based on age/grade
      • Goal: this may be based on Rate of Improvement (ROI) for a child who is well below grade level or performance on the given skill being monitored
    • Numerical -vs- Alphabet Progress Monitoring Data
      • Many data sources for comprehension produce Alphabetic levels
      • Change the Numerical option to Alphabetic in order to enter data
  • See the progress monitoring data in chart form
    • Click on PREVIEW CHART
    • Print/Save options are located on the bottom right corner of the screen
  • New features on the Online Progress Monitoring automatically calculate Gap Analysis and the amount of growth a child needs to close the gap (New PMing Chart)

Student Review

  • Information that is available when you enter a student’s individual file
    • Student name
    • School
    • Grade
    • Tiered Level by specific area of concern
  • Click back and forth between the different areas of concern
    • This option is available if the child is receiving support in more than one area of concern

Filtering by Tiers from the Student List

  • Directly under the School, Grade, Class, and Search fields, there is a solid blue bar that reads ALL
  • Below the ALL bar, you will find the Quick Reference Chart
    • You can filter the list of students that follows this section by clicking on the column header
      • i.e., To see only the Tier 2 students, click on Tier 2 Only
      • Filter even further by clicking on an area of concern under the column header

Student Documents Review

  • Once a student has been identified as Tier 1 at-risk in Stored!, a blue clipboard icon will be present to the right of the student’s name
  • Click on the blue clipboard icon to view and/or print any and all documents that are tied to that specific student