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Region 4 Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (RDSPD)



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Job Opportunities

  • Sign Language Interpreter (re-posted) (Hattie Mae White)
  • Teacher, Itinerant Special Education for Deafblind (Hattie Mae White)
  • Teacher, Itinerant – Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (Deaf Campus, HMW)
  • Teacher, Special Education Deaf (Wilson Elementary School)
  • Teacher, Special Education Deaf (T. H. Rogers School)
  • Teacher, Special Education Deaf  RDSPD (deaf certified) (T. H. Rogers School)
  • Teacher, Special Ed Deaf (Milby High School)
Pasadena ISD Available Positions











Mission Statement

The Region 4 Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (Region 4 RDSPD) is committed to building capacity in its member and nonmember districts and/or charter schools so that it can provide high-quality instructional programming and equal access to educational opportunities for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. The Region 4 RDSPD recognizes that the population of children who are deaf or hard of hearing is both culturally and linguistically diverse, and as such, focuses its energies on providing support for districts as they seek to cultivate each child’s individual cognitive, social-emotional, and language development.



Communication Philosophy 

We believe in
total communication.


We believe in
early intervention.


We believe in
equal access to English. 


We believe in
 specially designed instruction. 


Read more about our communication philosophy.







Marina McCormick, Ed. D., Region 4 RDSPD Coordinator  ·  713.744.6329  · 1249033-hand
7145 West Tidwell Road | Houston, Texas 77092-2096 | 713.462.7708