Brazos River 

Regional day school program for the deaf

Why We do it


The Mission of the Brazos River Regional Day School Program for the Deaf is to build communication and create independent, lifelong learners of Deaf/hard of hearing students from birth through 21.


The Vision of the Brazos River Regional Day School Program for the Deaf is to develop confident, well adjusted, well educated adults who compete equally in all lifelong endeavors.



Did you Know...

Brazos River RDSPD covers an area four times larger than the size of Rhode Island.  



Who We Are

12 AI Certified Teachers 

6 Communication Assistants

3 Certified interpreters

1 Program Coordinator

1 Program Assistant

1 Deaf-Blind Intervener

1 Licensed Audiologist




WHat we provide

​Parent-Infant Services

Itinerant Services

Cluster sites providing specialized instruction for school age 3-21

      PK, Elementary, Junior High, High School

Audiological Services 



Regional Day SChool Program for the Deaf

(All services are determined by data driven decisions of the ARD Committee.)

Brazos River RDSPD serves Deaf/Hard of Hearing students from birth through age 21 years in North Texas School Districts, including those associated with the following Special Education Programs: Central Texas Shared Services, Erath County Special Services, Granbury ISD, Hood Somervell Special Ed Co-op, Palo Pinto Special Services, Parker County Co-op, Springtown ISD, Stephenville ISD, Weatherford ISD.