The Division of Review and Support at the Texas Education Agency (TEA) strives to improve special education services for Texas local education agencies (LEAs). The monitoring process is intended to help school districts continuously improve services and facilitate positive student outcomes. As a stakeholder involved in special education, your feedback is important to inform our development process.
State monitoring activities include investigating, reporting, and correcting federal or state non-compliance with special education policies and procedures. Monitoring activities may include a district self-assessment, an on-site visit, or other activities by the TEA.
Your district participates in the special education and in the Differentiated Monitoring and Support process. Please provide feedback through this 10-20-minute survey. This information is vital to our ability to provide information to LEAs concerning their monitoring results.
The purpose of this survey is to gather information and revise support for all districts in Texas. Any comments or concerns specific to your district should be sent directly to your school district personnel as specific concerns will not be forwarded from TEA to districts.
Confidentiality of Data
Your responses will only be reviewed internally to assist TEA with the monitoring process. The information you share is confidential to the extent permitted by law. Responses to the survey may be subject to public information requests in accordance with the Public Information Act. Texas GovernmentCode, Chapter 552.
Participation or Withdrawal
Your participation in this study is voluntary. You may decline to answer any question and you have the right to withdraw from participation at any time.
Click on the link below to complete the survey:
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, contact the Texas Education Agency.
Review and Support division at email@example.com.
Division of Review and Support
Texas Education Agency
Desk Review Survey
The format for the schedule will consist of a Tues-Wed, one-night stay for those who prefer a shorter event during the week, followed by a Friday-Sunday, two night stay, for those who prefer a weekend. As you will note, the schedule has been shortened and spread out so that the staff can clean and santize between sessions.
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|2||Weekend||June 10-12, 2022||Family-Special Med|
|3||Weekend||June 14-15, 2022||Family-Special Med|
|4||Mid-week||June 17-19, 2022||Family-Special Med|
|5||Weekend||June 21-22, 2022||Family-Special Med|
|6||Mid-week||June 24-26, 2022||Family-Special Med|
|7||Weekend||June 28-29, 2022||Family-Special Med|
|7||Weekend||June 28-29, 2022||Family-Special Med|
|8||Weekend||July 1-3, 2022||Family-Special Med|
|9||Mid-week||July 5-6, 2022||Family-Diabetes|
|10||Weekend||July 8-10, 2022||Family-Diabetes|
|11||Mid-week||July 12-13, 2022||Family-Diabetes|
|12||Weekend||July 15-17, 2022||Family-Diabetes|
|13||Mid-week||July 19-20, 2022||Family-Diabetes|
|14||Weekend||July 22-24, 2022||Family-Diabetes|
|15||Mid-week||July 26-27, 2022||Family-Diabetes|
|16||Weekend||July 29-31, 2022||Family-Diabetes|
Families can receive up to $1,500 per student to purchase goods and services.
Beginning November 1, 2021, updated eligibility guidelines will go into full effect, making all currently enrolled Texas public school students served by Special Education eligible for this funding.
Supplemental Special Education Services (SSES) are online accounts for eligible parents/caregivers of students with disabilities that have been impacted by COVID-19 school closures. Families of students with eligible disabilities can use the online accounts to obtain special educational resources and supplies and/or services such as additional speech therapy or other specific services. SSES credits are up to $1,500 per student to be used to supplement what otherwise happens in school to help students continue to make educational progress.
At a special meeting on Tuesday, May 17, Birdville ISD’s Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Carrie Welborn as principal of Foster Village Elementary.
BISD Superintendent Dr. Gayle Stinson announced on Tuesday, May 17 the administrative appointment of Michelle Risenhoover, M.S., R.D. as director of child nutrition.
If you are looking for a tuition-based prekindergarten program in Birdville ISD, you're in luck! BISD is now offering tuition-based prekindergarten for the 2022-23 school year. (This program is NOT supported by state and district funds.) Visit birdvilleschools.net/Prek for more information and learn how to register your child!
View complete details and online application opened on Feb. 18.
Birdville ISD Superintendent Dr. Gayle Stinson announced the appointment of Sherri Gamble as principal of North Richland Middle School. She is replacing Steve Ellis, who is retiring. Dr. Stinson also announced the administrative transfer of the following assistant principals for the 2022–23 school year. > Click to read complete story.
BISD’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted on Thursday, April 28, to award an average pay raise of three percent at the midpoint for all staff along with select market pay adjustments. The raise and adjustments represents more than $6.44 million. > Click to view complete story
Pre-K/Kindergarten Registration opens Monday, February 7. Tuition-based Pre-K available March 1 for non-qualifying students!