Special Education Program
A comprehensive referral and assessment process is used to identify students who may be in need of Special Education services. Special instruction is provided for students with learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, intellectual disabilities, vision and/ or hearing impairments, orthopedic impairments, other health impairments, traumatic brain injury, and speech impairments. Certified Special Education teachers employ a wide variety of instructional strategies and materials to address each student’s individual learning style. Special computer equipment is used to meet the unique needs of students who are blind or have significant visual impairments. Related services are provided when needed. These services include interpretive services for deaf students, assistive technology, and needed support services. Students in the Special Education program who are not able to demonstrate progress in the regular academic curriculum may be considered for placement in an Adaptive Skills class. Adaptive Skills is a Special Education class that focuses primarily on functional literacy and life skills.
Special Education Resources
- Child Find
- Compensatory Services (English)(Spanish)
- Dyslexia FAQ (English) (Spanish)
- Dyslexia Handbook
- Dyslexia Handbook Update (English)(Spanish)
- Legal Framework (District 236903)
- Notice of Procedural Safeguards (English)
- Parent's Guide to the Admission, Review, and Dismissal Process (English)
- SB 139 Notice to Families (English)(Spanish)
- Student Handbook Statement
- Texas Education Agency Resources
- Transition & Employment Guide
- Transition in Texas
The Special Education Information Center (SPEDTex) provides resources and interactive features for increasing family awareness of disabilities and special education processes, with the goal of improving partnerships between schools and families.
Stephanie Dominique, Ph.D.