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Programs and Services
What are some of Magnolia ISD's Special Education programs and services?
The continuum of instructional options and services offered by MISD include, but are not limited to, the following:
Who can I call to get further information? Contact your school principal, counselor or team leader or call the Office of Special Education at 281-252-2111.
- Itinerant services for students who need assistance in special areas such as vision, hearing or speech.
- General education classroom support (direct and indirect) which includes a variety of strategies to support integration into less restrictive environments.
- Resource services/Pull Out Services in schools for students who need special education assistance.
- Self-contained services on campuses for students who need special education assistance.
- Infant program for students birth through age two with hearing and/or vision impairments who can benefit from special instruction through home and/or center-based services.
- Early childhood programs for students ages three to five who require early intervention.
- Hospital/homebound program for students who are to be out of school for four or more weeks due to an accident, illness or have chronic illness that results in frequent absences.
- Regional Day School Program for the Deaf for students with hearing impairments who need specialized instructional and related services.
- Work training programs for students at the high school level supervised by a vocational adjustment coordinator (VAC).
- Transition planning to prepare students to exit public school.
- Supported employment for students with significant disabilities who require assistance in order to be employed.
- Related services necessary to enable students to benefit from their special education programs. These include, but are not limited to the following:
- Special transportation
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Adaptive equipment
- Orientation and mobility training