The Special Education Program in Red Oak ISD serves all eligible students. 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.
Red Oak ISD provides special education services to every child with a disability who resides in the district or who attends a private or home school in the district. If you have a child age 3 through 21 and suspect your child has a development delay or disability, or, if you have a child age birth through 21 and suspect your child has a hearing impairment, please contact the Red Oak ISD Department of Special Education. Red Oak ISD Department of Special Education works with you in determining if your child meets federal and state guidelines as a child with a disability. If your child is determined to be a child with a disability, the special education department will work you in developing appropriate special education services designed to meet your child’s educational needs. All services are available free of charge.
Special services are available to eligible infants, children and young adults identified with a disability who may be experiencing difficulties in one or more of the following areas:
Autism | Deaf-Blindness | Deaf or Hard of Hearing | Emotional Disturbance | Intellectual Disability | Other Health Impairment | Orthopedic Impairment | Specific Learning Disability | Speech or Language Impairment | Traumatic Brain Injury | Visual Impairment
For more information call the Red Oak ISD Department of Specialized Learning at 972-617-2941, ext. 4016. If you have or know a young child who displays a significant cognitive, motor or language delay, or who has a severe medical problem, call the Specialized Learning office at 972-617-2941 X 4016.