Our special education staff is committed to providing services that develop academic and life skills to help each student become a successful adult and live a productive, satisfying life.
Every exceptional child is unique and individual, so each education plan is individual, too. Each student is guided through an individualized educational program designed to provide the services to meet his or her progress goals. The child’s individual education plan (IEP) is the written document describing the student’s skills and needs, educational work plan for each year, appropriate educational placement, and level and type of services the school district will provide to meet the student’s needs.
Specific questions about the type and extend of services Castle Rock Schools offers to exceptional students are best answered on an individual basis, based on the needs of each child.
Who to contact
Chris Wilde - Special Education Services Director
Julie Johnson - District Psychologist
Noelle Muske - for general information or to request student records
Child Find and screenings
Each year Castle Rock School District informs families who reside in our district of screenings offered to help identify children who may have physical, cognitive, emotional or behavioral needs, and the services our schools offer to meet those needs. Learn more about how to access this very important screening program.
Special education links and resources
These links are provided only for informational purposes. Castle Rock does not sponsor or control information contained in sites outside our own web. Inclusion of any site on this list does not constitute an endorsement of the site or its content.
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