Information for Parents

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Information for Parents


This page is dedicated to provide information to parents! Please contact Janell Archuleta with suggestions for the page!

CCSD #1 Special Education Staff

District Office Staff 
Patty Bonnette, Special Services Director
Janell Archuleta, Special Services Assistant Director
School Psychologists
Lindsey Lampert
Pamela Dahle
Jan Bauman- K-5/Preschool
Robin Brown- 6-12
Speech Pathologists
Kim Flores
Jennifer Moore
Contracted Services with Hello Foundation: Wendy Gunter and Sarah Blanchard
Occupational Therapy
Contracted Services with Platte River Therapy: Carla Johnson, Sarah Johansson and Bridget Garlington
Physical Therapy
Contracted Services with Kelly Moninger

Rawlins Elementary School

K-1- 328-9299
Valerie Ross
Teresa Castilleja
2-3- 328-7900
Alana Engel
Dale Freeman
Tawny Love
Amanda Ahl
Shawna Potter
Art vanderburg

Rawlins Middle School-328-9205

Jeff Green
Tera Sumare
Robert Tillotson-6th
Matthew Greenlee-7th
Anthony Hudson-8th

Rawlins High School-328-9280

Ellie Bennett
Tiffany Green
Sherri (Lynn) Conway
April Robinson
Tammy Laird

Sinclair Elementary-328-9293 & Cooperative High School-328-9250

Angeli McCulloch

Little Snake River Valley School-383-2185

Tami Davis
Special Olympics
If you are interested in having your child participate in Special Olympics or if you are willing to volunteer or coach a Special Olympics team please constant Patty Bonnette for more information! 
Inspiring excellence-Every child, every day
Educating today's students for tomorrow's opportunities
Belief Statements
  • All students deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
  • All students can learn and will be supported in becoming lifelong learners.
  • Special Education is a safe, non-threatening service.
  • A full continuum of services is vital to meet individual unique student needs.
  • Students should be placed on the continuum of services where they will have the best opportunity to succeed.
  • Collaborations between all stakeholders will result in placements that meet individual student needs and create opportunities for success.
  • IEP teams stove to develop educational plans that are unique to each individual student and remain flexible with teaching techniques, interventions strategies, and best practice.



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