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Parent Coordination Network

The Parent Coordination Network is committed to ensuring that parents of students with disabilities receive accurate and timely information to assist in making informed choices in their children's education.
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Notice of Destruction of Records

The East Williamson County Cooperative announces its intention to destroy special education records (including identification, evaluation, educational placement and the provision of services) that were developed to provide a Free and Appropriate Public Education for students in Coupland, Granger, Taylor, and Thrall Independent School Districts.
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TEA Parent Focus Group Meetings

TEA will be conducting a series of focus group meetings targeting district leaders, families, teachers and service providers, and students. These meetings will be held in all 20 Education Service Center (ESC) regions in the state prior to the final Corrective Action Plan being submitted to OSEP on April 18, 2018.
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ESC Region 13 is assisting TEA in providing notice to interested parents of the following meeting opportunity(s) and registration directions. Each one hour meeting will be structured to solicit targeted feedback from participants regarding TEA's initial draft plan. These meetings are closed to media and the general public to protect the privacy of students and families.
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See the attachments in this post for the full article from Region XIII and how to register for a session.
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Comets Bring Home Gold

Our Special Olympics track team, The Co-op Comets, brought home lots of gold, silver, and bronze medals from the Round Rock and Georgetown meets these last two weekends! Please compliment these athletes for a job well done if you see them!

The Annual Co-op Comets Track Meet will be held Saturday, April 23rd in Thrall, TX. Please come out to support these amazing athletes!
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Child Find Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE

The East Williamson County Cooperative provides services for students with disabilities living in Bartlett, Coupland, Granger, Taylor, and Thrall Independent School Districts. Taylor Independent School District is the fiscal agent for the East Williamson County Cooperative.

The EWCC makes available a free appropriate public education to all children who meet Special Education eligibility requirements in any of the following areas: auditory impairment, autism, deaf-blindness, emotional disturbance, intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, noncategorical early childhood, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, specific learning disability, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury, and visual impairment.

The 5 districts of the EWCC provide a complete continuum of services. All children are served in the least restrictive environment.

For information for students ages 0-21 years of age with suspected disabilities, please contact the Special Education Director, Denise Carter, East Williamson County Cooperative, 3101 N. Main, Suite 103, Taylor, Texas 76574, or phone 512-365-9398.
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