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BRUSH COUNTRY CO-OP
106 Bulldog Lane
PO Box 534
Orange Grove, TX  78372

Office: 361.384.2129
Fax: 361.384.2159


AGUA DULCE ISD

     P.O. Box 250

     1 Longhorn Drive

     Agua Dulce TX  78330

     Phone: 361.998.2542

 
BANQUETE ISD

     P.O. Box 369

     4339 4th Street

     Banquete TX  78339 

     Phone: 361.387.2551

 
GEORGE WEST ISD

     913 Houston Street

     George West TX  78022

     Phone: 361.449.1914

 
ORANGE GROVE ISD

     P.O. Box 534

     504 S Dibrell Street

     Orange Grove TX  78372

     Phone: 361.384.2495

 
PAWNEE ISD

     P.O. Box 569

     6229 FM 798

     Pawnee TX  78145

     Phone: 361.456.7256

 
PETTUS ISD

     500 N May Street

     Pettus TX  78146

     Phone: 361.375.2296

 
SKIDMORE-TYNAN ISD

     224 W Main Street

     Skidmore TX  78389

     Phone: 361.287.3426

 
THREE RIVERS ISD

     351 S School Road

     Three Rivers TX  78071

     Phone: 361.786.3603

 
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Brush Country Co-op is a shared service arrangement that serves eight independent school districts in several counties located in Orange Grove TX, approximately one hour's drive from Corpus Christi.

We are proudly celebrating 43 years of service to the school communities of Agua Dulce, Banquete, George West, Orange Grove, Pawnee, Pettus, Skidmore-Tynan, and Three Rivers. The cooperative was created to serve the combined special education needs of the individual schools.

 

Our Mission
It is the mission of the Brush Country Co-op to provide every child within our cooperative the educational opportunity to develop his/her potential. We recognize that in order to develop his/her potential, an exceptional child must participate in the general education process to the maximum extent appropriate with supplemental support and services he/she may require based on individual needs. Our mission is to keep the child the center of our focus as we combine the parents, school, community, and related agencies' efforts to provide the most appropriate education for the exceptional child. Our ultimate goal in the education of the exceptional child is to develop each individual to his/her fullest potential in order for him/her to become a functioning, self-monitoring member of society.

Populations served (ages 3-21)
  • Speech or Language Impairment

  • Specific Learning Disability

  • Intellectual Disability

  • Multiple Disabilities

  • Auditory Impairment

  • Other Health Impairment

  • Deaf-Blindness (ages birth through 21)

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

  • Emotional Disturbance

  • Orthopedic Impairment

  • Visual Impairment (ages birth through 21)

  • Non-categorical Early Childhood
  • Autism or Pervasive Developmental Disorder