Special Education

Preparing Students with Disabilities for Life Beyond School
We here to prepare students with disabilities both academically and socially for life beyond the educational system. By providing equal access to the general curriculum through specially designed instruction and natural social engagement and interaction with their peers, our students will become productive and contributing members of society.

Our mission to identify and provide high-quality services to students with special needs is anchored in our core values

  • Passionate | Proactive | Excellent | Persevering | Authentic

Child Find
Do you know of an infant, child, or adolescent who does not learn easily? All individuals develop at their own pace, but some have more difficulty than others. There is a way to make a difference for these children and adolescents.

Special Education Resources

Information and resources for students with disabilities and their families:

The  Texas Education Agency has created parent information flyers to help parents understand Compensatory Services in light of COVID 19 as well as due to Delayed or Denied Evaluations.  These informational documents can be found in  English and Spanish by using these links.    If you would like a printed copy, please contact your child's special education teacher. 

How to request and Evaluation for your Child

Texas Education Agency Parent Guides and Processes


Student Handbook Information- Special Education and 504 Services

Requesting Compensatory Services:


Krystal Gokey

Krystal Gokey
Director of Special Education and Other Special Populations (OSP)
(713) 784-6345


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. 

Contact information: 
Phone: 1-855-773-3839 
Email: inquire@spedtex.org 
Live Chat: www.spedtex.org