Ector County Independent School District

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Department Contact Information:  
Executive Director of Special Education,
Dr. Tracy Taylor
432-456-8719
tracy.taylor@ectorcountyisd.org      
 
Special Education Coordinator,
Amy Renee Taylor
432-456-5128
 
Special Education Coordinator,
Valaree Tisa Hawkins
432-456-5129
 
Special Education Coordinator,
Lina Perez
432-456-5130
 
Special Education Coordinator,
Heidi Helferich
432-456-5132
 
Special Education Coordinator,
Gail Johnson
432-456-5133 
 
504/Dyslexia Coordinator,
Tassy Miller
432-456-5131
 
RDSPD Director,
Rakia Musa
432-456-1911
 
 
 
Secretary to Executive Director,
Raquel Villegas
432-456-8719
raquel.villegas@ectorcountyisd.org
 
Bookkeeper to Executive Director,
Romi Scown
432-456-8712
 
Records/SEMS Clerk,
Mary Ellen Rubio,
432-456-5135
 
Dyslexia/504 Clerk,
Elsa Enriquez 
432-456-8713
 
RDSPD Director Secretary,
Debbie Arredondo
432-456-1919
 
File Clerk, 
Araceli Ornelas 
432-456-5139
 
OT/PT Clerk,
Melanie Moore
432-456-6915
 
Speech Clerk,
Patricia Lopez
432-456-5136
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
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SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

 

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804 N. Sam Houston Phone: (432) 456-8719
Odessa, TX 79760
Fax: (432) 456-8718
       
 

 
 
 
 
Department Information

The Special Education Department serves almost three thousand students with disabilities in ECISD. A continuum of services is offered to the students including speech therapy, music therapy, physical and occupational therapy, counseling and adaptive P.E. The district employees over 350 professional and paraprofessional staff who work with the students in a variety of ways.

ECISD is the Region 18 fiscal agent for the Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (RDSPD). The Regional Day School serves approximately 50 students ranging in age from birth to 22.

The Special Education Department has several exemplary assessment teams in the areas of assistive technology and autism. Students needing physical, occupational, music and speech therapy receive services on-site. The department supports a graduate program through Texas Woman's University for speech pathologists to acquire their Texas Certification of Clinical Competencies.

Mission Statement: To provide support services that will enable students with disabilities to gain college, career readiness, and independent living skills while accessing the general education curriculum.
 

                        



 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


    

 

 

 
 
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