Education Support programs comprise a variety of services that assist students who are experiencing academic, behavioral, social, emotional and physical predicaments that could prevent them from becoming successful. The various programs within Education Support include:
- State, Federal, and Student Support Programs
- Special Education
- Health Services
- Counseling Services
- Employee Childcare Centers
- Elementary DAEP
- Sexual Harassment
Bonham Early Education Center -- Inclusive Setting
An Inclusive Setting is a prekindergarten with rigorous, developmentally-appropriate instruction designed to meet the unique needs of diverse students. It no only provides the academic benefits of following the prekindergarten guidelines provided by TEA, an inclusive setting is also socially beneficial to the disabled and nondisabled students that it serves.
"Children in inclusive programs generally do at least as well as children in specialized programs. Inclusion can benefit children with and without disabilities, particularly with respect to their social development" -- National Professional Development Center on Inclusion (2009)
In addition to the services listed, Student Support includes Child Abuse Reporting, Crisis Counseling, and the Pregnancy Education and Parenting (PEP) Program.