Magnolia ISD Early Childhood Services
Child Find is a process designed to identify, locate, and evaluate individuals (birth through 21) with disabilities who may need special education services.
Anyone can start the referral process. It can be a parent, doctor, teacher, relative or friend. They just need to call the Magnolia ISD Special Services office at 281-252-2111 or contact your zoned campus.
Once a child is referred, the parent will be contacted by Magnolia ISD personnel to move forward with an evaluation. The evaluation will be conducted by appropriately trained personnel. Upon completion of the evaluation, the parents or legal guardian will meet with the evaluation personnel to discuss the results, special education eligibility, and service options.
Individuals qualify for special education services when they have one or more of the following disabilities, according to federal and state criteria:
- Learning Disability (LD)
- Speech Impairment (SI)
- Orthopedic Impairment (OI)
- Other Health Impairment (OHI)
- Intellectual Disability (ID)
- Emotional Disturbance (ED)
- Autism (AU)
- Multiple Disabilities (MD)
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Visual Impairment (VI)
- Auditory Impairment (AI)
- Deaf-Blindness (DB)
- Noncategorical Early Childhood (NCEC)
Each individual's need(s) will be addressed on an individualized basis by a team consisting of school personnel, the parents or legal guardian, and the student, as appropriate. The team will review assessment information, discuss eligibility, identify areas of need for specialized instruction, including related services, and develop a plan to meet the educational needs of the student. All services are provided at no cost to the individual, parents, or guardian.
Please contact Magnolia ISD Assessment Coordinator if you have additional questions: