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Student Services Team

Becky Buckbee

Speech/Language Pathologist

Becky Buckbee

Connie Lane

Occupational Therapy/Assistive Technology Team

Connie Lane

Blair Mellon

Learning Specialist/Gifted Education

Blair Mellon

Dr. Mark Mollica

Psychologist

Dr. Mark Mollica

Heather Stevens

English Language Acquisition

Heather Stevens

Amy Padgett

Reading Technician

Amy Padgett
Jen Gomez
ILC Teacher


​​ Philosophy and Goals:  
The mission of the Cherry Creek District is to educate each student to think, to learn, to achieve, and to care. We are committed to this mission and to collaborating with general education teachers to provide quality education for all students, including those with special needs. We recognize the critical need for all students to achieve their highest potential.
 
 
Program Highlights:  
 
 Learning Disabilities
 
Provides assessments and services for students with perceptual and communication disabilities that significantly affect student achievement.
Mrs. Gomez provides services for students with significant support needs and Autism. The ILC classroom is a place where students learn life skills and   instruction is driven by the student's individualized education plan. The ILC program also includes adaptations for general education curriculum, and provides opportunities for inclusion within the general education classroom for students with significant disabilities.
 
 Speech/Language
 
Provides assessments and services for students with communication disabilities that have an adverse affect on educational performance.
 
 Occupational Therapy
 
Provides assessments and services that help students with fine and gross motor needs as well as sensory needs that significantly impact classroom functioning.
 
 Mental Health Services-  Psychologist
 
  Provides individual, small group and classroom mental health interventions and supports so students can more readily access learning and be successful. Additionally, consults to support parents and teachers, administer assessments to understand how students learn best with the goal of teaching that builds on strengths and target areas of need.  

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