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Special Programs

  • Our Mission
    The Pleasant Grove ISD Department of Special Education's mission is to prepare each child from birth through 21 to contribute to their communities in meaningful and positive ways, by providing specialized instruction, allowing for individual differences and learning styles and developing independence.

    Our Core Purpose
    We recognize that each child is an individual; that all children are creative; that all children need to succeed. Therefore, Pleasant Grove ISD respects the individual needs of children; fosters a caring and creative learning environment and emphasizes the social, emotional, physical, intellectual development of each individual child. 

    • PEOPLE FIRST
      Everything we do is centered on the people we serve.
    • COLLABORATION
      Our impact is strengthened by teamwork, trust, and community partnerships.
    • INCLUSION  
      We champion and promote universal inclusion.
    • DEDICATION
      We are passionately committed to those we serve.
    • INNOVATION
      We innovate and adapt to deliver the highest quality services.
    • COMMUNITY
      We create communities of support for individuals with special needs and their families.

    About Us
    Special Education in Pleasant Grove ISD is designed to provide specialized instructional and related services that are not available through general education services to students identified with disabilities. Specialized services are designed to meet the individual needs of each student for now and for the future.

    Pleasant Grove ISD believes in educating students in the least restrictive environment. A full continuum of instructional and related services is available to eligible students, with initial consideration given to provision of services in the general education classroom to the greatest extent possible.

    Parents are vital members of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Committee, which develops an appropriate program of services for each student.