About Our Program

The Nacogdoches Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (RDSPD) is coordinated through the Nacogdoches Independent School District (fiscal agent). We provide a continuum of services for students that are deaf or hard of hearing from Nacogdoches ISD and nearby districts through shared service agreements. 

Our 23 districts include: Alto ISD, Bullard ISD, New Summerfield ISD, Rusk ISD, Center ISD, Central Heights ISD, Cushing ISD, Garrison ISD, Chireno ISD, Douglass ISD, Etoile ISD, Woden ISD, Martinsville ISD, Laneville ISD, Mount Enterprise ISD, Henderson ISD, Joaquin ISD, Shelbyville ISD, Timpson ISD, Nacogdoches ISD (fiscal agent), Excelsior ISD, Tenaha ISD, and Wells ISD. We also provide services to the Stephen F. Austin Charter School when contracted.

Our RDSPD Program serves students birth to 21 years of age with hearing impairments that significantly impact the development of language and/or performance in school.  Students are provided services in the centralized program and home districts depending on their individual needs.  Our staff includes a variety of specialist knowledgeable in educating students with hearing loss.  Our staff includes certified teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing, certified sign language interpreters, certified C-Print transcribers, and teaching assistants.  Speech therapist, Diagnosticians, Counselors, and other related service personnel provide services through the home district or centralized program’s fiscal agent depending on each student’s IEP.  Audiological services are provided through local licensed audiologists.  

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