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Special Education

Welcome to SPED


The Special Education Department provides resources to campuses to support meaningful learning opportunities for eligible students with disabilities in accordance with state, federal, and local policies. Special education is an integral part of the total instructional program of the district. Arrow Academy provides a full continuum of services to meet the needs of eligible students that allows access to general instruction with non-disabled peers to the maximum extent appropriate for each student. To learn more about the referral process or discuss concerns, we encourage you to contact your child’s home campus or the Special Education Department at 346-754-5867.  


District Contacts:

Sonja Williams, Special Education:

Crystal Warner, District 504 Coordinator: [email protected]


Positively “SPEDtacular” Teachers:

CHAMPIONS ACADEMY: LeVern Arnold [email protected] 

                                           Lanesha Williams [email protected]

HARVEST PREPARATORY ACADEMY: LeVern Arnold [email protected]

                                                               Lanesha Williams [email protected]

LIBERATION ACADEMY: Roxie West [email protected]

                                         Jaida Johnson [email protected] 

SAVE OUR STREETS: Evie Powell [email protected] 


To review adopted Special Education policies, enter county district # 021805 at the following link:


Special Education Resources and Updates - SPEDTex


Special Operating Guidelines - Special Education Operating Guidelines


For more information, including child find, or further resources for Special Education, visit TEA's website here.


To learn more about the transition and employment guide developed and published by the Texas Education Agency for students enrolled in special education programs and their parents, click here.


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 Autism and Learning Disabilities


(The Spanish Dyslexia Handbook will be updated as soon as TEA makes the current version available.) 
Sonja Williams
We provide information and resources that can help you understand your child's disability, your rights, and responsibilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and facilitate collaboration that supports the development and delivery of services to children with disabilities in our state.