Learning Opportunities that Lead to Student Success
The goal of Spring Branch ISD is to provide quality educational experiences that prepare students for post-secondary success. The Special Education Department provides support and resources to schools that enable campus staff to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities and provide meaningful learning opportunities.
To receive special education services, students from age 3 through 21, must meet eligibility requirements as a student with auditory impairment, autism, deaf-blindness, emotional disturbance, intellectual disability, non-categorical early-childhood, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, specific learning disability, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury or visual impairment and as a result, require specially designed instruction to benefit educationally.
- TEA’s Strategic Plan and Second Draft of the Corrective Action Plan Posted
- Texas A&M Coach To Communicate (C2C) Free Parent Coaching
- Parent Coordination Network Shout Out - November
- Parent Coordination Network Shout Out - December
- Parent Workshops
- The Hobby Center Sensory Friendly Performances
- Community Informational Meeting
- Camp Be An Angel - Opportunity