Eanes ISD

Special Education

Eanes ISD offers a free and appropriate public education to all children ages 3- 21. Services for students who are deaf-blind, visually impaired or auditorily impaired begin at birth.

We are committed to providing every student with a disability an Individualized Education Program (IEP) in the least restrictive environment that addresses the student’s unique needs. We offer a full continuum of services through specially designed instruction in special education or general education with modifications, special education support, supplementary aids and services and related services.

Post-secondary transition planning is a universal strategy for all parents and students. For parents that have a child with a disability, specially designed collaboration with their school team, community, and other agencies is vital. We have amazing parents and special educators working together for the future! Eanes is proud to co-host the Destination Life Transition Virtual Fair

In consideration of the ongoing pandemic, it is the decision of the district's special education administration to table the 2021-2022 peer model application and screening process until summer 2021. Interested parents are asked to monitor the Eanes ISD website/Special Education Dept page (and/or elementary campus newsletters) for further information or updates.