District Elementary Disciplinary Alternative Education Program

Brushy Creek Bluejay

8801 Pearson Ranch Road
Austin, TX 78717
The DAEP is located in the northwest part of England Elementary School.

Phone: 512-704-0961
Principal, Barry Ryan

Hours: 7:10 a.m. – 2:25 p.m.
Grades: K-5

Parent Brochure – English
Parent Brochure – Spanish

Why

We believe in the limitless potential and value of every child.

School Report Card EL DAEP

Mission

The Elementary DAEP provides proactive, positive, focused behavior support and a solid, individualized academic foundation based on high standards for all students assigned to our campus. By using research- based interventions, resources, intensive monitoring, consistent reevaluation and continuous intensive instruction that follows the ARRC, we guide students to learn and apply the necessary skills to become safe, responsible and respectful in all settings. Furthermore, we empower learners to be academically and socially successful by providing and developing life-long tools and strategies, along with healthy alternatives for expressing their feelings in order for them to take ownership of their actions and to meet their individual academic and behavioral goals.

Vision

The Elementary DAEP will be a world-class standard of student centered alternative educational placement. Utilizing proactive, research-based interventions, we will create a safe learning environment to apply high academic and social standards in our students.  We will create and encourage partnerships in all settings with all stakeholders to foster the success of our students. We will guide and teach our students self-advocacy and decision making skills while empowering them with a sense of personal responsibility, accountability, and achievement, to ensure each students successful return to their home campus.

Mandate

The Elementary Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (Elementary DAEP) was established in response to the Texas Safe School Act, 1995. The Texas Safe School Act requires districts to provide an alternative educational setting for students who engage in adverse behaviors which interfere with the learning of self or others. A student must be at least six years of age before they can be moved to the DAEP.

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Barry Ryan
Principal
Savannah Cameron
Savannah Cameron
Educational Assistant
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David Fogle
Attendance Specialist
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LaDonna Grass
K-2 Teacher
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Debra Green
3-5 Teacher
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Jeffery Hastings
Behavior Support Specialist
Sabra Jacobs
Sabra Jacobs
Educational Assistant
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Damien Mills
Behavior Support Specialist
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Patricia Mireles
Counselor