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At Bracher, we use the Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS) for behavior and academics.  For the behavior side we follow a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) model.  MTSS-B/PBIS is a proactive school-wide approach to create a positive school environment and culture. The MTSS-B/PBIS model works in a three tiered approach that focuses on problem solving.  At Tier 1 all students are taught the school-wide expectations and are positively reinforced for following them.  We expect students to R.O.A.R.  In other words, we expect students to be Respectful, to have an Outstanding Attitude, to Always be safe, and finally to be Responsible!  Teachers engage in evidence based classroom practices to support expected behavior.  Tier 2 is intended to identify and support groups of students who need a little extra support. Tier 3 focuses on individualized and intensive plans designed for specific students who need additional individualized interventions. MTSS-B/PBIS teaches students positive behavior and helps support a positive place to learn. 

To learn more of MTSS-B At-A-Glance click here.  

To view the ROAR Matrix for this year click here.

Our commitment to fight discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying

The Governing Board of Santa Clara Unified School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals.  The District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation or association with a person or a group with one or more of these perceived or actual characteristics.  The Board shall promote programs which ensure that discriminatory practices are eliminated in all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district.
The District requires that school personnel take immediate steps to intervene when it is safe to do so and when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.