Brock Bulletin

March/April 2016

April is Autism Awareness Month

This month is Autism Awareness Month. Although I am not one to believe in artificial recognitions and made up Hallmark days such as "Boss's Day", I do believe that this particular awareness month has brought forth many needed resources and services for our learners with Autism. Did you know that 20% of CISD's learners with special education

services have the eligibility of Autism? The focus of this month's Brock Bulletin will primarily be on Autism and the wonderful gifts these learners bring to us all.

Have a great week!



Did you know that Cottonwood Creek and Valley Ranch Structured Learning Classrooms are piloting Milo with their learners? Thank you to Jamie Sever and Amy English for their willingness to implement this innovative technology!
ZenoR25 Robots4Autism
Sensory Overload Simulations

Ever wonder what it is like for a learner with Autism in terms of sensory overload? Check out the video simulations by clicking on the button above.

Coppell 5k For Coppell Special Olympics 2016

Other Department News

  • ESY Calendar is posted on the website and applications for teachers and paraprofessionals are being taken. Contact us at 6955 if you have any questions. Locations will be Lee Elementary & CHS.
  • SuccessEd rolled out some updates to the 504 product. Contact Camille Porter, Deborah Sblendorio or Debbie Gauntt if you have any questions.
  • The process of student projections in special education are soon underway. Watch for instructions about this important process.
  • Enrollment numbers continue to increase as CISD hits 12,000 learners! 802 leaners served under 504 & 655 served under Special Education.
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