Texas Tech University

2023-2024: ESC 11 Fort Worth

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Teacher Trainer Participants
ESC 11 Fort Worth

Project TEDD trained 19 special education teachers and other professionals from 9 school districts across ESC Region 11 on September 12, 2023. These educators are in the process of training other individuals in their schools and communities about the mental health needs of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We look forward to seeing the impact they will have across the region!

Photo of ESC 11 participants

  • Dr. Christopher Carter, Carroll ISD
  • Ms. Meghan Czarobski, Lake Dallas ISD
  • Ms. Jennifer Dodrill, Keller ISD
  • Ms. Lorren Dutcher, Carroll ISD
  • Ms. Char-Lee Hamilton, Granbury ISD
  • Ms. La'Toya Haley Haynes, Keller ISD 
  • Ms. Stephanie Hohertz, Stephenville ISD
  • Ms. Keili Holloway, Granbury ISD
  • Ms. Nicole Jones, Granbury ISD
  • Ms. Belle Kruzan, Joshua ISD
  • Ms. Aubree Land, Joshua ISD
  • Ms. Blair Landes, Stephenville ISD
  • Mr. Andrew Lounsberry, Glen Rose ISD
  • Dr. Kathy Schaeffer, Lake Dallas ISD
  • Ms. Bailey Sennett, Keller ISD
  • Ms. Sheila Taylor, Mineral Wells ISD
  • Mr. Kyle Sakai, Denton ISD
  • Ms. Jacci Southern, Granbury ISD
  • Ms. Sara Thrasher, Keller ISD

This work is supported by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities through a grant from the U.S. Administration for Community Living (ACL), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Washington, D.C. 20201, with a 100% federal funding award totaling $6,121,860. Council efforts are those of the grantee and do not necessarily represent the official views of nor are endorsed by ACL, HHS, or the U.S. government.

Project TEDD: Training Educators in Dual Diagnosis