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Special Education Resources



The Notice of Procedural Safeguards explains the rights and responsibilities of parents under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).  Pittsburg ISD provides this document to parents at least annually and as required.





The Parent’s Guide to the Admission, Review, and Dismissal Process (Parent’s Guide) is a comprehensive, easily understood document that explains the individualized education program (IEP) process for a student in a special education program.  The parents’ rights is intended to be a companion document to, not a replacement for, the Procedural Safeguards as it incoporates a parents’ rights and responsibilities concerning the ARD process.




Child Find Notice

Pittsburg ISD is responsible for serving students with disabilities from the ages of 3 to 21.  If a child is blind or deaf, they may qualify for services from birth.  If you would like more information on developmental milestones for children or know of a child with a disability who is not in school, please contact the appropriate special programs administrator below.


Senate Bill 139 Information English



Special Programs Administrators:

Primary Campus: Ashlee Perry

Elementary Campus: LeaAnn Brown

Intermediate Campus: Katie Smith

Junior High Campus: Johnna Owen

High School Campus: Jessica Ramsey


Senate Bill 139 Information Spanish



The Texas Transition and Employment Guide provides information and guidance related to secondary transition services in Texas.  For more information, please contact our Transition and Employment Designee, Brad Rowe at 903-856-3646 ext. 2071.  


Texas Transition Guide English




                Texas Transition Guide Other Languages

                  Other Languages



Please click the pictures below for additional helpful resources:


TEA Link

Resources on special education in Texas: Dyslexia, Special Education, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, and Section 504.

The Texas Legal Framework

Federal law and regulations

Texas SPED Support

Resources and Learning Opportunities provided by the state.


Information and Resources to support families and enable students with disabilities to achieve the highest outcomes.  For additional information, please contact SPED Tex at 1-855-773-3839.




Compensatory Services English   Compensatory Services Spanish

Compensatory Services Information