Special Education Services
RRISD’s Special Education / 504 Department continues to offer our sincerest wishes that you and your family are staying safe and healthy during this unprecedented time.
As of 4/30/20, we’ve been engaging students in distance learning for almost 4 weeks now, with 3 weeks left to go. Your child’s special education teachers and service providers have been working diligently to implement your student’s individualized education plan. If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s program, please reach out to your child’s teacher and/or campus administrator – the educational team who knows your student best are great resources for collaboration and problem-solving.
In an effort to be helpful, we’ve added some Frequently Asked Questions regarding special education services during school closure to our district website. Here is the link to that webpage. Below is a link to your procedural safeguards as a parent of a student eligible for special education. Should you have any questions about your rights, please don’t hesitate to reach out – contact information for various resources are available on the last page.
RRISD’s Special Education / 504 Department looks forward to continuing to collaborate with our parents in how to best serve our students during distance learning. Please continue to take care of yourself, your family – and thanks for your partnership!
Education for all children with disabilities
Round Rock Independent School District offers a free appropriate public education to all children ages 3-21 who may have orthopedic impairment, health impairment, traumatic brain injury, intellectual disability, emotional disturbance, learning disability, speech impairment, autism or multiple disabilities. Services for students who are deaf-blind, visually impaired, or auditorially impaired begin at birth.
Call (512) 428-7577 for children ages 5-21 years.
Call (512) 428-3090 for Early Childhood (ages 0-4).
Special education services are specially designed to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities. These services are provided in special education or general education settings with modifications, special education support, supplementary aids, and other special arrangements.