Special Education

  • Resource/Inclusion

    Instructional resource setting are designed for students with disabilities who require highly specialized learning techniques, individualized instruction, and a small teacher to student ratio.  A certified special education teacher and paraprofessionals work with eligible students in this special education instructional setting.  Support is primarily provided in the areas of reading, math and written language.

    Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)/Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD)


    • ECSE will replace PPCD per TEA
    • Children who are 3-5 years of age, who have been identified through formal evaluations as having special education eligibility, may be conspired for placement in the ECSE program.

    Life Skills


    • Designed to meet the needs of students whose intellectual, developmental and academic levels are so delayed that full participation in the general education program, even with  modifications and accommodations is unfeasible
    • The focus of the Life Skills program is to teach functions skills in academics, daily living, vocational, recreation/leisure and community participation fo students of all ages, at their individual ability levels.
    • Instructional lessons are rigorous and reflect appropriate grade-level TEKS through the essence statements and prerequisite skills, as well as skills needed after public school.

    Behavior Adjustment Class (BAC)


    • Kinder - 2nd Grade
    • Specifically designed for students with disabilities who have severe behavior challenges that have not been able to be effectively addressed in other instructional settings.
    • The goal of the BAC program, for every student, is to improve acceptable and appropriate behaviors, to develop self-awareness, self-monitoring and self-control, to make progress in academic achievement, and to participate in general education whenever possible.