Alief Independent School District proudly serves well over 4,000 students with disabilities each year. We are dedicated to providing every student with an effective Individualized Education Program in the least restrictive environment. With innovative and progressive service delivery models, nationally recognized staff, on-going and specialized staff development and expert supervision and support, we are committed to offering not only appropriate educational services, but also services which are the highest in quality.
Important UPDATE: Procedural Safeguards (February 2021)
Parenting a student with a disability can be challenging under normal circumstances. During this time of "special circumstance" distance learning, we are ready and willing to support our parents while your are providing academic, behavioral, communication and functional supports to your student at home. If you would like someone from the Special Education Department to contact you, simply complete this "Request" form indicating your need and we will contact you directly.
Parent to Parent Awareness Meetings provide parents with agency information to assist them in planning for their child’s future. Elementary through high school aged students who receive special education services along with their parents are invited to participate. Agencies will share information about services for children while in school or after graduation.
Director: Nicole Roberts
Secretary: Vivian Rogstrom
Phone: 281-498-8110 Ext. 83228
Office Hours: 7:30 - 4:30