The Giddings Special Services Department continues to strive to meet the needs of all children and provide support through special services to students who demonstrate an educational need. The mission of the Special Services department is to provide appropriate instruction to ensure all students learn at high levels. In addition, the department provides support to a wide variety of programs: special education, 504, and dyslexia. Resources are implemented to assure an appropriate public education is available to all students within the least restrictive instructional arrangement

The Giddings ISD provides services for persons between the age of 3 years and 21 years of age who may be:

  • Orthopedically Impaired

  • Other Health Impaired

  • Intellectually Impaired

  • Emotionally Impaired

  • Learning Impaired

  • Speech Impaired

  • Autistic/Pervasive

  • Developmental Disorder

  • Multiple Disabilities

  • Traumatic Brain Injured

Persons who are between the age of 0 - 22 who may be:

  • Visually Impaired

  • Auditorially Impaired

  • Deaf/Blind

The Giddings Office of Special Education provides the following resource services to the disabled who are between the age of 3 - 21:

  • Screening

  • Individual Assessment

  • Educational

  • Speech/Language Therapy

  • Physical and Occupational Therapy

  • Vocational Assessments

  • Vocational Adjustment Classes

  • Transition Services

Special Education Documents

Updates on Special Education (English)

Updates on Special Education (Spanish)

Helpful Resources

Special Education Information Center