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    Programs for Children with Disabilities


    Every child with a disability in Texas, from age three through twenty-one as of September 1 of the current school year, has the right to a free appropriate public education.  Students with visual or auditory impairments have the right to a free appropriate public education from birth.  Springtown ISD provides free appropriate programs for students with disabilities.  If you know a child that needs help, contact your school or the Special Education Department of Springtown ISD at 314 East 5th Terrace, Springtown, TX  76082, (817)523-0643.


    Special Education Services for

    Private/Home School Students


    Springtown Independent School District Department of Special Education is committed to offering an appropriate education to every child with a disability attending a private/home school within its jurisdiction.  All children, including those who attend a private/home school, may be referred to Springtown ISD Department of Special Education, 314 East 5th Terrace, Springtown, TX  76082, (817)523-0643.

    Options and Requirements for Providing Assistance
    to Students who have Learning Difficulties  or Who Need or May Need Special Education Services

    If a child is experiencing learning difficulties, the parent may contact the person listed below to learn about the district’s overall general education referral or screening system for support services. This system links students to a variety of support options, including referral for a special education evaluation. Students having difficulty in the regular classroom should be considered for tutorial, compensatory, and other academic or behavior support services that are available to all students including a process based on Response to Intervention (RtI).  The implementation of RtI has the potential to have a positive impact on the ability of local education agencies to meet the needs of all struggling students.   


    At any time, a parent is entitled to request an evaluation for special education services. Within a reasonable amount of time, the district must decide if the evaluation is needed. If the evaluation is needed, the parent will be notified and asked to provide informed written consent for the evaluation. The district must complete the evaluation and the report within 45 school days of the date the district receives the written consent. The district must give a copy of the report to the parent.


    If the district determines that the evaluation is not needed, the district will provide the parent with a written notice that explains why the child will not be evaluated. This written notice will include a statement that informs the parent of their rights, if they disagree with the district. Additionally, the notice must inform the parent how to obtain a copy of the Notice of Procedural Safeguards – Rights of Parents of Students with Disabilities.


    The designated person to contact regarding options for a child experiencing learning difficulties or a referral for evaluation for special education services is:

    Contact Person

    Campus Principal, Asst. Principal or Counselor

    Phone Number

    Student’s Campus Phone Number