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Bell County Cooperative for Exceptional Children

Troy ISD is a member of the Bell County Cooperative for Exceptional Children, which serves students with disabilities in the Troy, Holland, Rogers, and Bartlett Independent School Districts. Access the Bell County Cooperative website by clicking HERE.

The “Co-op” works in collaboration with the four districts to provide Special Education programs and services for children identified with physical disabilities, mental disabilities, emotional and sensory impairments, autism, traumatic brain injury, other health impairments, specific learning disabilities, deaf-blindness or multiple disabilities. Students may be eligible for these services at ages 3 through 22. Children with vision and/or hearing problems may be eligible for services beginning at birth.

Any child suspected of having a disability, including those in private, parochial or home schools, may be referred to the local school district or to the Bell County Cooperative for Exceptional Children, Nancy Riley, Director, at 254-657-8155 or FAX 254-657-8153. Transition Specialist Amber Shandley, TED,

Bell County Cooperative for Exceptional Children

Special Education Operating Procedures

Transition and Employment Guide for the Bell County Cooperative for Exceptional Children

Notice of Options and Requirements for Providing Assistance to Students Who May Need Special Education Services

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