Child Find Statement

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    Angleton Independent School District provides for a free and appropriate public education for all children with disabilities in a variety of specially designed programs. AISD is responsible for identifying, locating, and evaluating any child with known or suspected disabilities who reside within the district's boundaries to determine whether a need for special education and related services exist. This mandate also applies to any child currently attending a private school in the AISD area or homeschooled.

    Special education and related services are available for persons, ages 3-21 inclusive, who have disabilities in the following areas:

    • autism
    • deaf-blindness
    • auditory impairment
    • intellectual disabilities
    • multiple disabilities
    • orthopedic impairment
    • other health impairment
    • emotional disability
    • specific learning disability
    • speech or language impairment
    • traumatic brain injury
    • and visual impairment.

    Services for students with an auditory or visual impairment may begin at birth. Programs for preschool-aged children with disabilities are also available. 

    If you are aware of a child who may be eligible for services and is not receiving them, contact the principal of your school or Michelle LeBleu, Director of Special Education. You may also email us at ChildFind@angletonisd.net

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  • For AISD Enrolled Students

    Contact the counselor at your child's campus.

    Angleton High School
    Angleton Junior High
    CATS, PACE, and BCJJAP
    Central Elementary
    Frontier Elementary
    Northside Elementary
    Rancho Elementary
    Southside Elementary
    Westside Elementary