The Carroll ISD Special Education department is responsible for identifying, locating, and evaluating students with disabilities (birth through twenty-one years of age).
Special education offers a wide range of instructional options through services designed to meet the unique educational needs for students with disabilities. These options include specially designed instruction provided in a special education program or regular education program with modification, special education support, supplementary aids, and other special arrangements.
Each child’s individual need(s) will be addressed on an individualized basis by a team consisting of: district/campus representative, parent(s) or guardian, a person who can interpret evaluation, teacher(s), and the student (if appropriate). The team will review evaluation information, discuss eligibility, identify area(s) of need for specialized instruction, including related services and develop a plan to fit the needs of the child.
For more information, please contact Dr. Denise McCrummen, Child Find Coordinator at (817) 949-7050, or by email at Denise.McCrummen@southlakecarroll.edu.