Wylie ISD collaborates with families and educators to identify students who may have disabilities and require specially designed instructional supports and services.

    If you suspect an infant, child, or young adult of having a developmental delay or disability, Wylie is able to assist. Evaluations and services are provided at no cost to the family for students who are eligible. Services are provided to students identified with a disability in one or more of the following areas:

    • Autism
    • Deaf or Hard of Hearing
    • Deaf-Blindness
    • Emotional Disturbance
    • Intellectual Disability
    • Orthopedic Impairment
    • Specific Learning Disability
    • Speech or Language Impairment
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Visual Impairment
    • Other Health Impairment

    Children who are birth-3 years old are evaluated and served through Early Childhood Intervention, which is provided by LifePath Systems of Collin County.

    Children ages 3-21 years old who have a suspected disability and reside in Wylie ISD are evaluated at no cost to the parent including those in homeschools/private schools. Requests for evaluation of students ages 3-5 years old or students who are homeschooled or attend private school can be made through the special education office at 972-429-2363 or by completing this form.

    Referrals for students currently enrolled in Wylie ISD can be made through the student's home campus.