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Special Education

The following links provide numerous resources for parents of students with disabilities:


Student Handbook Statement

Student Handbook Statement: English – Texas Education Agency

Student Handbook Statement: Spanish – Texas Education Agency


Texas Transition & Employment Guide (English/Spanish)

These guides provide information and resources for students with disabilities to successfully transition into adulthood.


SB 139 Notice to Families (English/Spanish)

This document includes contact information for special education referrals at both our elementary campus and our JH/HS campus.


Resources on Special Education in Texas

General information for families over the topics of Dyslexia, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Multi-tiered Systems of Support, and Section 504.


Compensatory Services

Compensatory Services – Sept 2021 – English

Compensatory Services – Sept 2021 – Spanish



The Special Education Information Center (SPEDTex) provides resources and interactive features for increasing family awareness of disabilities and special education processes, with the goal of improving partnerships between schools and families.

Click on the logo above for a direct link to SPEDTex.

Contact information:

Phone: 1-855-773-3839


Live Chat:


Legal Framework/Notice of Procedural Safeguards (Eng/Span) 

This website provides parent resources for the child-centered special education process. You can also find board policies for Sam Rayburn ISD by searching our district name or by our county district number (074-917).


Parent’s Guide to the ARD Process (Eng/Span)


Child Find

Child Find is a legal requirement for schools to find children who have disabilities and need services. Identifying these kids is an important first step toward getting them the help they need to succeed in school.

SR Elementary Child Find – English/Spanish

SRJH/HS Child Find – English/Spanish


Statewide Texas Support Networks

This website provides links to numerousTexas networks that launched in 2019 and are available to help school districts, students, and parents.