Child Find Statement
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 Child Find Flyer English
- deaf-blindness Child Find Flyer Spanish
- 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. You may also email us at ChildFind@angletonisd.net
For AISD Enrolled Students
Contact the counselor at your child's campus.
Angleton High School
Angleton Junior High
CATS, PACE, and BCJJAP