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All children with disabilities residing in the State, regardless of the severity of their disabilities, and who are in need of special education and related services, must be identified, located, and evaluated.
Students from ages 3 through 21 (birth through 21 if visually or auditorially impaired) are eligible for special education services. Parents, teachers and other EISD staff identify and refer these students for a Full and Individual Evaluation (FIE). An Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) Committee determines the student’s eligibility and educational need based on federal and state criteria.
Full and Individual Evaluations are available by appropriate referral to students residing within the Edgewood ISD Evaluation personnel serve each school by administering evaluations, making recommendations for IEP development, and assisting school staff.
The following is a list of disabilities that may determine a student’s eligibility for Special Education Services:
Other Health Impairment
Traumatic Brain Injury
Non-Categorical Early Childhood
Texas Education Code section 29.022 requires district to conduct video and audio surveillance in certain special education classrooms or setting. To promote the safety of Students who receive special education services in the self-contained classrooms or other special education settings, the District has installed audio and video recording devices in the following classroom:
Secondary Life Skills classroom
Middle School Special Education classroom
Elementary Life Skills classroom
Special Services Therapy room
The statute is intended to protect students who, because of a disability, may not be able to report mistreatment by district employees or other students.
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Edgewood ISD Administration
804 E. Pine
Edgewood, TX 75117
Phone: (903) 896-4332
Fax: (903) 896-4306
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