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106 Bulldog Lane
PO Box 534
Orange Grove, TX  78372

Office: 361.384.2129
Fax: 361.384.2159


     P.O. Box 250

     1 Longhorn Drive

     Agua Dulce TX  78330

     Phone: 361.998.2542



     P.O. Box 369

     4339 4th Street

     Banquete TX  78339 

     Phone: 361.387.2551

     172 Badger Lane
     Ben Bolt TX  78342
     Phone: 361.664.9904


     913 Houston Street

     George West TX  78022

     Phone: 361.449.1914



     P.O. Box 534

     504 S Dibrell Street

     Orange Grove TX  78372

     Phone: 361.384.2495



     P.O. Box 569

     6229 FM 798

     Pawnee TX  78145

     Phone: 361.456.7256



     500 N May Street

     Pettus TX  78146

     Phone: 361.375.2296



     224 W Main Street

     Skidmore TX  78389

     Phone: 361.287.3426



     351 S School Road

     Three Rivers TX  78071

     Phone: 361.786.3603






























NEW CPI Courses for 2019-2020

All INITIAL & REFRESHER courses are ONE FULL day sessions and will be held concurrently.

Courses will be held at the BCC office, 106 Bulldog Lane, Orange Grove TX  78372

Fall 2019   Spring 2020  
Sept 11, 2019
8:30am - 3:30pm
  Jan 23, 2020
8:30am - 3:30pm
Oct 10, 2019
8:30am - 3:30pm

In order to meet CPI certification requirements, late arrivals and early departures are not allowed.

FREE WEBINARS You Don't Want to Miss!!!

NOTE: Registration for these online workshops requires creating an account for the respective ESC.
Understanding the Autism Supplement
Each of the 11 strategies identified in the Autism Supplement will be discussed with regards to identifying student need, documenting pertinent information in the FIE, and meeting compliance requirements.
www.esc13.net     Workshop #SP1737108
2019-20 STAAR-Alt 2 Participation Requirements Overview
This recorded session will discuss the ESSA 1% federal cap for states as well as the participation requirements for students being considered for the STAAR-Alt 2.
www.esc3.net    Workshop #263967
STAAR-Alt 2: Considerations Before, During & After the Assessment
Developed by the Texas Low Incidence Disabilities Statewide Network comprised of the 20 ESCs & TEA, this training will cover multiple aspects of the entire assessment process. It was designed to guide new test administrators & serve as a refresher to experienced test administrators.
www.esc3.net     Workshop #259510

FBA and BIP Issues and Strategies

"Why won't he behave?"
"When are you going to fix this behavior?"
"Do I really have to do this BIP?"

"You really want me to collect data?"
You know the importance of a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and a quality Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP). This course will address: providing support and understanding for the team conducting the FBA; and building skills in the implementation of the BIP.
Workshop #SP1737414

Strategies for Working with Students with Autism
in the General Education Setting

Tip 1: Understanding Students with Autism spectrum Disorder includes: •primary characteristics; •behavioral characteristics; •learning characteristics.
Workshop #FA1738664

Tip 2: Get to Know the Student includes: •what to do before school begins; •the need for getting to know the family; •importance of getting to know the child.
Workshop #FA1738689

Tip 3: Create Predictability includes: •need for predictability; •establishing routines through schedules; •establishing routines through activities and expectations; •preparing for changes.
Workshop #FA1738690

Tip 4: Developing Social and Emotional Behaviors includes: •Hidden Curriculum (behaving in a new social setting); •antecedent supports; •consequence supports; •video modeling.
Workshop #FA1738691

Tip 5: Establishing Clear Expectations: Academic includes: •developing expectations; •visual supports and accommodations.
Workshop #FA1738692

Tip 6: Create a Positive Learning Community includes: •fostering a sense of community; •promoting awareness and acceptance.
Workshop #FA1738752

Tip 7: Promote Positive Peer Interactions includes: •providing opportunities for student socialization; •providing opportunities for peer groupings and peer-mediated instruction; •creating opportunities for unstructured time.
Workshop #FA1738753

Tip 8: Use Instructional Strategies that Promote Social Learning includes: •understanding how students learn; •improving attention; •improving short-term memory; •improving long-term memory; •improving output.
Workshop #FA1738754

Autism 101:  Top 10 Pieces to the Puzzle
This course provides information about the components of autism. Participants will be able to define the characteristics and identify evidence-based strategies to address the behavioral, social and communication needs of individuals with autism.
www.esc13.net      Workshop #FA1840475

Autism for the General Education Teacher

This course is designed to provide an overview of autism and suggest evidence-based instructional strategies to promote independence and encourage academic, social, communication, and behavioral success for students with autism in the classroom setting.
www.esc13.net     Workshop #FA1519900

Futures Planning for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Info Learn what futures planning means, laws and regulations regarding futures planning, and when it is important to consider futures planning.
www.esc13.net     Workshop #SP1737420

Differential Reinforcement
This will define differential reinforcement, identify the steps for its implementation, and locate resources for training, checklists, and data collection.
www.esc13.net          Workshop #SP1737212

Texas Behavior Support Initiative (TBSI)
A legislatively mandated state level training by Senate Bill 1196 and the Texas Administrative Code designed to provide foundational knowledge for the use of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports for students with disabilities as well as with all students.
www.esc4.net      Workshop #1484920

Discipline Flowchart for Children with Disabilities
 In this training, the specific details of discipline for students with disabilities will be discussed.
www.esc20.net      Workshop #1484905

Behavior is Communication

This provides information on communication as it relates to behavior: how and why we communicate and how to investigate all of the components that go into reducing challenging behavior and supporting the development of appropriate behavior.
www.esc13.net       Workshop #SU1738171

Child Outcomes Summary (COS) Process Module:
Collecting and Using Data to Improve Programs
This online learning module provides key information about the COS process, and the practices that contribute to consistent and meaningful COS decision-making. Participants will learn about: •data collected; •key features of the COS process; •completing the COS process; •three child outcomes measured; •identifying accurate COS ratings; •comparing current functional performance to age-expected functioning; •measuring progress in the child outcome areas; and •how to document ratings and evidence to support those ratings in COS documentation.

Once registered, you may access the course through your Region 4 account. Sign in to your account, and click on "Play My Online Sessions" under "My Account" options. Click the "Play" button to open the course.

www.esc20.net      Workshop #1484902

IEP Goal Development in Texas Online Modules
 The course focuses on the portion of the ARD process related to developing a student's Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance (PLAAFP), using the PLAAFP to create enrolled grade level measurable goals, and progress monitoring. It is a joint project of the Progress in the General Curriculum Statewide Network and TEA.

This course consists of a series of seven (7) modules which must be completed in sequential order. Upon registering for the first module, you will be automatically enrolled for the remainder of the modules.

www.esc20.net      Workshop #59186


Teacher Websites

The following list of websites are interactive and teacher-friendly. These are fabulous sites for school use. 

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Parent Resources

Please click the links below for helpful information .

Partners Resource Network - http://www.partnerstx.org/

Parent Coordination - http://www.texasparent.org/

Texas Project First - http://www.texasprojectfirst.org/

Texas Parent to Parent - http://www.txp2p.org/

Parent Companion - http://www.parentcompanion.org/


Campus Committees!


Follow these links to websites for assistance in early academic and/or behavior interventions