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North Texas Walk N Roll Event

Saturday October 24, 2015
from 7:30 am ~ 2:00 pm
Bachman Lake, Dallas Texas

TRAN Texas Action Network has been facilitating Walk 'N Rolls throughout the state of Texas. This event is intended to foster community awareness about our family members, friends and neighbors with disabilities.

We are inviting all people with disabilities, their families and friends to participate in this 5K walk/roll. We encourage all community organizations and companies to celebrate our spirit of awareness by walking in teams.

Bring your white cane, wheelchair, walker or just your own two feet and help change perceptions and bring about inclusion to people with disabilities and their families.

The Walk 'n Roll Celebration is FREE. Let's all join in to show our community the Abilities of people rather than Disabilities!

 

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Midlothian ISD strives to provide appropriate programs for all students. The principle upon which the programs are established can be stated thusly:

"Each student is entitled to educational opportunities appropriate with individual abilities and needs."

MISD provides facilities, personnel and supportive services to aid students in learning at the pace and in the manner most appropriate with their capabilities.

Dedicated educators continually strive to plan, establish and implement special education programs which meet the needs of the growing community. As the needs of the population change, MISD modifies programs to meet student needs.

 

If your LEA has not already done so, please visit the legal framework website and enter the Transition Designee for your LEA to the Transition/Employment Services Designee List.  Additionally, according to  Texas Education Code § 29.0112. Transition and Employment Guide,(e) A school district shall:

(1) post the transition and employment guide on the district’s website if the district  maintains a website; and

(2) provide written information and, if necessary, assistance to a parent regarding how to access the electronic version of the guide at:

(A) the first meeting of the student’s admission, review, and dismissal committee at which transition is discussed; or

(B) the first committee meeting that occurs after the date the guide becomes available, if a student has already had an admission, review, and dismissal committee meeting discussing transition.

 

Athletes with Special Needs

Contact Person: Austin Young, Email

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Helpful Links

MyAutismTeam

Notice of Procedural Safeguards (Spanish)

Persons with Disabilities History and Awareness Month (Spanish)

Dyslexia

Parents of Athletes with Special needs (P.A.W.S.) Booster Club

 

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