• A Multi-Tiered System of Supports is a cohesive framework used to align resources and initiatives in order to meet the academic and behavioral needs of all students.  It is a method of organization which ensures optimal educational outcomes for students at Bragg Street Academy, 6-12th grade.  MTSS aligns the entire system of supports, encompasses SST and PBIS, and ensures effective team-based problem solving that is data informed and evidence-based.  Evidence supports that providing intervention as early as possible for both academic and behavioral deficits will allow for student growth and academic achievement. Bragg Streets model for MTSS consists of six essential components:


    • Shared Leadership
    • Family, School, & Community Partnerships
    • Data-Based Problem Solving and Decision Making
    • Layered Continuum of Supports (TI, TII, TIII)
    • Evidence-Based Instruction, Intervention, & Assessment
    • Universal Screening & Progress Monitoring


    This systematic approach supports struggling learners, as well as advanced learners, through the selection of evidence-based interventions in response to both academic and behavioral needs.  The system includes on-going progress monitoring of the effectiveness of instruction to ensure that all Bragg Street students graduate from high school ready for college and career.  

MTSS Tiers