Summertime program introduces students to water operations training
Pair of high schools represented
Delayed or Denied Evaluations & Compensatory Services: Special Education
Compensatory services are used to help students make up for progress or skills they lost when their special education services were not provided. This includes situations where a child does not get special education services because he or she was denied a timely initial evaluation, but later found eligible.
If an initial evaluation was denied when it should not have been, compensatory services may be needed to make up for the delay in your child getting special education services.
Los servicios compensatorios se utilizan para ayudar a los estudiantes a recuperar el progreso o las habilidades que perdieron cuando
no se proveyeron sus servicios de educación especial. Esto incluye situaciones en las que un niño no recibe servicios de educación especial porque se le negó una evaluación inicial completada de manera oportuna, pero luego se determinó que era elegible.
Si se rechazó una evaluación inicial cuando no debería haber sido así, es posible que se necesiten servicios compensatorios para compensar para el retraso en que su hijo reciba servicios de educación especial.
College Board’s PSAT/NMSQT will be administered on October 13, 2021 at CHS, HHS, PHS & WHS. Homeschooled students eligible to attend school in PfISD may contact their zoned campus to register for the test. Call the campus main number and ask for the PSAT/NMSQT coordinator no later than Friday, October 1.
Homeschooled students should be prepared to show photo identification and comply with all district and campus policies, including COVID-19 protocols, while on campus to participate in the PSAT/NMSQT administration. Participants must arrive no later than 9am and report directly to the main office. The test has a total testing time of 2 hours and 45 minutes. Additional time is required to distribute and collect materials. Homeschool participants will be dismissed from campus at the conclusion of the administration.
Senate Bill 139: Updates in Special Education:
The document here contains details on:
- The rights of a child regarding the provision of special education services under both state and federal law
- The process and procedures for initiating a referral for evaluation for special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and TEC Sec. 29.004.
- Where to find local policies and procedures related to initiating a referral for evaluation under IDEA
Proyecto de ley del Senado 139: Actualización de la educación especial:
El documento aquí contiene detalles sobre:
Los derechos de un niño con respecto a la prestación de servicios de educación especial bajo la ley estatal y federal.
El proceso y los procedimientos para iniciar una remisión para la evaluación de los servicios de educación especial en virtud de la Ley de Educación para Personas con Discapacidades (IDEA) y la Sección 29.004 del TEC.
Dónde encontrar las políticas y procedimientos locales relacionados con el inicio de una remisión para la evaluación bajo IDEA.
April 16, 2020 Board Meeting Public Comments
Consistent with Board Policy, citizen comments will be limited to topics on the agenda. Individuals wishing to address the Board of Trustees must leave a voice message of no more than three minutes in length at 512-594-9900 on April 16, 2020 between 4:30-5:30 p.m. This recording will be played for the Trustees during the Public Comments portion of the meeting. If you have information you would like the board to be aware of, you may always contact the District or Board Members directly via email. Click here for Board Member Email information.
House Bill 2840 (Codified as Texas Government Code 551.007) - Public Comments at Posted Board Meetings
*NEW UPDATE: On September 1, 2019 House Bill 2840, codified at Texas Government Code 551.007, went into effect. This provides the opportunity for public comment at every posted meeting of the board of trustees including workshops, special meetings, etc. In accordance with the provisions of Texas Government Code 551.007 regarding public comment, the District allows for public comment at its board meetings. For board meetings that have been designated as Board Workshops, comments may pertain to an item posted on that meeting’s agenda as well as issues unrelated to that meeting’s agenda. For all other board meetings, comments must pertain to an item posted on that meeting’s agenda. If you have information you would like the board to be aware of, you may always contact the District directly. Their contact information can be found here.
Criminal Trespass Information
Sec. 37.105. UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS: REFUSAL OF ENTRY, EJECTION, IDENTIFICATION. (a) A school administrator, school resource officer, or school district peace officer of a school district may refuse to allow a person to enter on or may eject a person from property under the district's control if the person refuses to leave peaceably on request. Read the full statement here.
Evacuation Statement for Mobility Impaired/Disabled Persons
We recognize the importance of evacuating people from our buildings in an emergency. We have provisioned the use of Evac Chair’s (where appropriate) for safe egress of mobility impaired/disabled persons as per our evacuation planning.
Website Accessibility Notice
OCR Case No. 06-17-1245
Pflugerville ISD is committed to making its electronic and information technologies accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you wish to report an issue related to the accessibility of content on this website, or to request access to any content that is currently unavailable, please contact Tamra Spence at 512-594-4000.
If you wish to file a grievance under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, information about the grievance process is available here.
Pflugerville ISD to Dispose of Outdated Files
Pflugerville Independent School District will destroy outdated special education records of students who have not received services from PfISD since December 2012. The records are scheduled to be destroyed April 13, 2018. Parents or former students who wish to keep their records should contact the Special Education Department at (512) 594-0160 before April 2, 2018.
*posted on 03/19/18