The Westhampton Beach Elementary School utilizes learning-style-based instructional strategies in support if its three-tiered Response-to-Intervention program in literacy. The program starts with all students being exposed to a rich, differentiated core curriculum. All teachers have been trained in learning-style responsive teaching strategies, and the students have completed developmentally appropriate learning-style inventories. The plan focuses on using data from universal screenings to identify at-risk students. Teachers then employ Curriculum-Based Measures CBMs in the Big Five in Reading, (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension and vocabulary) to pinpoint specific skill deficits.