• Special Services Department

    Supporting students’ needs ahead of their labels.
    To educate a 21-Century learner through collaboration, learner-centered practices, and by holding high expectations for each other and for students enrolled at Westminster Public Schools.

    Department Contacts:

    Dr. Steve Sandoval

    Executive Director of Special Services


    Bernadette Moreno

    Administrative Assistant for Dr. Sandoval


    Lesley Rodell Special Education Coordinator 720-542-4501
    Heidi Blair Special Education Coordinator 303-487-2862
    Shannon McCubbin Special Education Coordinator  303-487-2863
    Julie Thompson Administrative Assistant 303-487-2861
    Ruth Blan Medicaid Specialist 303-487-2864
    Jaime McClintock ISC Secretary 720-542-4500
    Audiology Services   720-542-4513
    Hearing Services
    Vision Services

    Special Services

     Staff (left to right in back): Julie Thompson, Administrative Assistant; Steve Sandoval, Executive Director, Heidi Blair SPED Coordinator, Lesley Rodell, SPED Coordinator; (left to right in front): Bernadette Moreno, Assistant to the Executive Director, Ruth Blan, Medicaid Specialist, Shannon McCubbin SPED Coordinator

    Not pictured:  Jaime McClintock, ISC Secretary


    Special Services Programs and Offerings:

    • Special Education Services
      • Child Find services
      • Early Childhood Special Education (ages 3-4)
      • Special Education (ages 5-21)
      • Day treatment
      • Mental health (social work and/or school psychology)
      • Speech-Language
      • Vision and hearing services
      • Motor support
      • Nursing services
      • Assistive Technology
      • Transportation
      • Homebound instruction

    Elementary Affective Needs Program
    Elementary Autism Program
    School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP)

    District Assessment Team specializing in autism identification, multicultural assessment, and acquired brain injury
    Positive Behavioral Support (PBS)
    STARS athletic and motor program
    Parent-School Partnership

    *If you suspect your child has a disability, please contact your child's school Principal to discuss further interventions and/or a recommendation for a special education evaluation.*

Last Modified on October 13, 2016