Special Education

Pikes Peak BOCES provides special education support to 9 member districts. The Director and Assistant Director work together to address all issues related to Special Education. Currently, the Director is the primary contact for Ellicott, Edison, Elbert, Hanover and Miami Yoder. The Assistant Director is the contact for Fremont, Calhan, Peyton, and Big Sandy.

The Pikes Peak BOCES employs Special Education teachers, school psychologists, social workers, speech therapists, occupational therapists and nurses for its nine member districts.  These teachers and specialists work with member districts under the supervision & evaluation of the Pikes Peak BOCES directors to offer a variety of services for students with disabilities.


Responsibilities


The Pikes Peak BOCES acts as the Administrative Unit for each of their nine member districts. Other responsibilities include:

  • Supervision and evaluation of all special education staff employed by the Pikes Peak BOCES
  • Screening, evaluation and identification of students with disabilities
  • Instructional & behavioral programming of students in attendance at member districts
  • All state and federal reporting and data submissions

Districts Served