What we do

  • The El Paso Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (RDSPD) serves students from birth to 21 years of age. The El Paso RDSPD is dedicated to serving students with hearing loss that significantly impacts the development of language and/or performance in school through a variety of programming options.


    Communication Philosophy

    The El Paso RDSPD is designed to enable each student who is deaf or hard of hearing to develop communication skills in school, home and the community using various modes based on their needs and preferences.


    • Total Communication (TC) Program
      • Signed Exact English (SEE) as the primary language of Instruction
      • American Sign Language (ASL) as support for whole language development
    • Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) Program
    • Itinerant Services (AI Itinerant) Program
    • Birth to 36 Months (Homesite) in conjunction with Early Childhood Intervention (ECI)

Contact Us

  • Carmen Castro-Toriano
    Coordinator RDSPD, AI & VI Itinerant Services


SOC Swim Camp/Lifeguard Training

  • The Lifeguard Training program for students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing in the County of El Paso, will be a great way for students to earn a certification in not only lifeguarding, but also in First Aid and CPR - both will help them to qualify for many jobs not related to lifeguarding. Additionally, this program helps students understand the process of earning a certification and the benefits of holding a certificate, which increases their professional credibility and makes them more marketable.  Click here to register 

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