Special Education

LEARNING SUPPORT SERVICES (LSS): This program combines a staff of professionals that may include general educators, special educators, a speech therapist, a school psychologist, an occupational therapist, a certified occupational therapy assistant and paraprofessional educators to meet the needs of each student who has qualified for an IEP.  Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) are developed for all students who have been identified as having an educational disability which impairs their learning ability and/or performance to a marked degree, within the classroom environment. A continuum of services and adaptations to curriculum, instruction and/or environment are based on student needs and the IEP and are provided to each identified student.


Britany Borel

Subjects: Math, Reading, and Study Hall.

Education: B.S. in Criminal Justice and K-6 and Special Education
Credentials from California State University Sacramento. Currently
working on my MEd in reading at Regis University.

Bio: I originally hail from Orange County, California. After graduating
from high school, I attended the California State University
Sacramento where I played softball and received my B.S. in Criminal
Justice. My first job was at Stone Lake Elementary School in Elk
Grove, California. After my first exciting year of teaching, I got
married, and my husband and I packed up all of our belongings and made
the trek out to greener pastures. This is my seventh year teaching and
my first year at EMS. I truly believe that when students, teachers,
and parents work together amazing things can be accomplished.

Outside of school, I love spending time with my wonderful husband,
Clint, and my distinguished dog, Rosco. Together we love to go for
walks, camp, fish, and wheeling. In my solo time, I like to sew,
craft, garden, read, and currently I am learning how to play the

Please do not hesitate to contact me for any reason. Email is the best
way to get in contact with me.

Voice Mail: 303-734-6106

Sharyn Gilmore

Education: Southern Illinois University: Bachelor of Science in Special Education.

Arizona State University: Master of Science in Public Programs

University of Colorado: Principal Licensure Program 

Bio: I am originally from Illinois, and taught there for 4 years.  After 28 winters I finally came to my senses and moved to Colorado, where the sun shines many many days!  I started in Englewood (Clayton Elementary and Sinclair Middle School) before finally landing at one of the best schools in the area!!

I love adventures (5 weeks of tent camping and exploring Canada and Alaska with my family, Antarctica, 4 week drive to the East Coast, Germany, New Zealand, etc.), running, biking, swimming and hanging out with my family.  I live with my husband Bill, my son Danny (Newton), Teddy (Powell), and my daughter Patti (Franklin).  

Voice Mail: 303-347-3843

Anna Lamers

Subject: Speech Pathologist

Education: B.S. and Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology from the University of Tulsa. 

Bio: I lived in Tulsa, Oklahoma my entire life up until I moved to Colorado in June 2014. In Tulsa, I worked as the Speech Pathologist at a local Middle School for 6 years and then ventured into the private practice realm for 3 years. When I came to Denver to visit lifelong friends in January 2014, I absolutely fell in love with the city and its people. When I started looking for jobs in Colorado, I knew I would only interview for a job where I had the opportunity to work with middle school children again. Luckily, Euclid Middle School recognized this devotion and hired me as the school’s Speech Pathologist. Before moving to Colorado, I have always been an avid runner participating in many 5K’s and half marathons. Now that I am in Colorado, I have developed a passion for hiking, climbing, and camping. I completed two “14ers” this summer, both of which included big sections of Class 3 level hiking- yep, I just jumped right in there! I also enjoy nice long biking trips and could probably play golf every day of my life! Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have questions, comments, or concerns. I look forward to an exciting year at Euclid!

Voice Mail: 303-734-6107

Chris Peil

Subject: School Psychologist

Voice Mail: 303-347-7824

Floren Rager

Subjects:  8th grade Fundamentals of Language Arts, 8th grade Fundamentals of Math, Langauge Arts intervention teacher for REACH program, Study Center for 8th grade.

Education: Elementary Education, University of Maine, Orono; Special Education degree received from the University of Maine, Orono.

Bio: Born and raised in New York, moved to New Jersey where both my daughters were born, moved to Maine in 1980, moved to Colorado in 2001. This will be my tenth year teaching at Euclid. I have been teaching in the field of Special Education since 1992. I have been married since 1973, I have two daughters, two  dogs, two horses and three parrots  I enjoy  horseback riding, camping, hiking, live music and traveling.

Voice Mail: 303-734-6133

Colleen Rondinelli - Special Education Department Chairperson

Subjects: Special Education grades 6-8 in the LSS/PACE program; 

Education: B.S. degree Recreation Specialist with an Emphasis in Recreation Therapy from University of Northern Colorado. A Masters degree in Special Education Severe Cognitive K-12 from University of Northern Colorado.

Bio: I received both of my degrees at the University of Northern Colorado. I worked as a Recreation Therapist at the Rehabilitation Institute of San Antonio for 6 years. I worked mainly with traumatic brain injury, stroke, and spinal cord patients. I decided to go back to school full time and receive my masters in special education. I have been teaching for 12years at Euclid Middle School in the Special Education Department as the LSS/PACE teacher. 
My father was in the Air Force so I have traveled extensively throughout the country and some parts of the world. I enjoy traveling, being outdoors and spending time with my family and friends.  I have a wonderful little boy named Anthony.

Voice Mail: 303-734-6144