Brazos River

Regional Day School Program for the Deaf

Upcoming Events of the Brazos River RDSPD

Senior Spotlight-Star Little

March 8th- Supporting Your Child's Social Emotional Well-Being at Home- ESC 11

March 11th- March 15th- Spring Break

March 15th- Last Day to sign up for TSD Summer Programs

April 5th-6th Imagination Texas, Special Weekend for the DHH

May 3rd- North Texas District Finals of the Optimist Communication Contest of the DHH

May 10th- BRRDSPD Family Picnic & Graduate Celebration

June 20-22nd- National Deaf Education Conference-Austin

See information below on Police Issues and DHH

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Star Little - Senior Spotlight

Star Little joined the Brazos River RDSPD family when she was still an infant and has progressed all the way to her senior year. Star was involved in the Roo Marching Band, the Weatherford High School Culinary program, and is now very active in the Vocational Program through Weatherford ISD. She loves working as an educational aide in the schools and has always had a heart for children. Star plans to take some classes at Weatherford College next fall, as well as participate in the Weatherford High School Extended Graduation Program. We are so proud of you Star!!!

Supporting Your Child's Social Emotional Well-Being At Home

Friday, March 8th 9:00-4:00 pm at ESC Region 11.

The Cost is $25 and includes snacks and lunch. Scholarships are available for parents.

For more information contact Michaela Hamaker.

Click ribbon below to register.

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Imagination Texas 2019- Imagine That!!

This a fine arts, hands-on workshop weekend presented to DHH high school students from all over Texas. Workshops are presented by DHH artists. Dinner/Dance/Hotel/Workshops all included in the cost of the event.

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National Deaf Education Conference- June 20-22nd, 2019

Texas School for the Deaf is hosting the 2019 National Deaf Education Conference this summer in Austin, TX.

What Should Deaf/HH People Do If They Get in Trouble with the Law?

Interacting with police and law enforcement is an important skill for all people to develop, including those who are Deaf/Hard of hearing. Below are several resources that explain the proper, safe, and respectful ways to manage a legal situation.
Marlee Matlin on Deaf and Police Interaction

Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf (HEARD) on an American Sign Language video to ensure deaf people know their rights when interacting with law enforcement.

Jared Allebest, Attorney- Has Advice for You!

This Deaf Lawyer has information about your rights as a Deaf/hard of hearing person and what you should know when dealing with law enforcement.