Phone: 720-554-3600
Fax: 720-554-3688
Attendance: 720-554-3637

6100 S. Fulton Street
Englewood, CO 80111
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The Student Achievement Services team at High Plains develops Individual Education Plans for students with disabilities under guidelines mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA).  Additionally, the team serves as a resource for parents, classroom teachers and students.
Our team consists of the following members:
Dr. Lisa Wolff, School Psychologist, Mental Health Provider – Dr. Wolff provides educational opportunities for students by teaching Bullyproofing and our High Five expectations in the general education classroom.  She helps with classroom interventions,  ADHD screenings, crisis intervention and assessments, and assessments that are part of special education. Dr. Wolff organizes the High Plains PBIS Initiative and the Peer Ambassador Program.
Sue Bolton, Learning Disabilities Teacher - Mrs. Bolton provides assessments and services to students to identify students who do not achieve adequately for the child’s age or to meet grade level standards.  Mrs. Bolton utilizes research based interventions to help remediate educational deficits.
Maureen Simon, Speech/Language Pathologist – Mrs. Simon provides speech and languages screenings and assessments to students to determine identification of disabilities.  Ms. Simon provides appropriate programming to students with articulation, receptive and/or expressive language or other various language based disabilities. 
Sarah Warfield, Occupational Therapist – and Julia Brown, Physical Therapist - Mrs. Warfield and Mrs. Brown  provide assessments and services for students with fine and gross motor needs, sensory processing and ADHD. Physical coordination and eye hand coordination are examined as well as a child’s independence in daily routines and self-help skills
Morley Wittenberg, ILC teacher – Mrs. Wittenberg provides assessment and services for student with severe needs and Autism.  The ILC (Integrated Learning Center) teaches life skills, and  adapts general education curriculum as a foundation for learning. many students are mainstreamed in the general education classroom. 
Jean Nofsinger, RN, School Nurse – Mrs. Nofsinger provides the necessary Physical health  history of a student’s growth and development when determining a student’s eligibility for an IEP. She assesses hearing and vision and those implications to learning. Mrs. Nofsinger assists the team in setting the medical accommodations that promote the child’s availability for education.
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