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  • Mission & Vision

    We support students' needs ahead of their labels. In doing so, our mission is to educate a 21-Century learners through collaboration, learner-centered practices, and by holding high expectations for each other and for students in Westminster Public Schools.

    Our Services

    If you suspect your child has a disability, please contact your child's school mental health professional to discuss further interventions and/or a recommendation for a special education evaluation. The following is a list of the services our team provides students and families:

Contacts:

  • steve sandoval

    Steve Sandoval

    Executive Director of Special Services
    Email
    P: 303-657-3861

    Bernadette Moreno

    Administrative Assistant
    Email
    P: 720-542-5041

    • Assistive Technology
    • Child Find
    • Day Treatment
    • Early Childhood Special Education (ages 3-4)
    • Elementary Affective Needs Program
    • Elementary Autism Program
    • Homebound Instruction
    • Mental Health (social work and/or school psychology)
    • Motor Support
    • Nursing & Health support
    • Parent-School Partnership
    • Positive Behavioral Intervention Support (PBIS)
    • School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP)
    • Special Education (ages 5-21)
    • Vision and Hearing Services
Last Modified on April 5, 2018