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Old 08-18-2008, 04:20 PM
Location: TX
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Check out Northwest ISD as well. I am not sure abiout special needs classes etc... but Trophy club and the Haslet area will probably have what you wish in Housing.

Keller ISD is good, I am pleased so far not a 10 but very good esp for the size of the district.
and for gifted the parents network is pretty strong... it's called PAGE ... Parents Advocating for Gifted Education

Again I do not know how the autisum programs would be... here's the home page... Keller ISD - Home
I'd check out Willis lane elem, Hidden lakes elem, shady gove elem..etc... the all have very good rep's etc... and talk to the Principals etc..to see what they are doing.
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Old 08-18-2008, 04:33 PM
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Absolutely, my main concern is my son.
Get the edge-Thanks, for the website.
I am really scared going back to a ISC. I lived in McAllen TX when he was in Kinder. At that time they were not familiar with Autism (I had to print out info on Autism for his teacher, HA). My son would sit under his desk and bark like a dog all day. Of course that might have to do with were I was living too.
Taxes are not a big concern but I would like to live in an area where taxes and insurance and not killing us so if we need a private school I can afford it. I know that homes seem to be much cheaper which will help.
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Old 08-19-2008, 11:29 AM
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Also wanted to give you a good resource for your son, where ever you choose to live in the DFW area.
Rocky Top Therapy Center

I know some ISD have programs that send thier special ed kids here as well. You might call and talk with them they might be able to help you narrow down ISDs that are more proactive with Autism than others...
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