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.



Penny Watson

Subject: Speech Pathologist

Education: Bachelor of Education with an emphasis in Communication Disorders from Hardin Simmons University, Abilene, Texas; Master of Science in Communication Disorders from Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky.

Bio:  Hello, my name is Penny Watson (Ms. Penny for the students). I was born in Mayfield, Kentucky and resided there until I attended college in Abilene, Texas where I received my Bachelor’s degree. I then returned to Kentucky and worked as a speech-language pathologist (SLP) in rehabilitation for several years before taking a job with the local school district. In 2012 my family (my husband and 2 children) moved to Colorado and I have been working as an SLP in the public schools here since that time. My husband retired in June of 2022 and we spent the summer traveling in Alaska, Canada and Europe. Once we returned to Colorado in October I started to look for employment opportunities and was happy to take the Euclid speech position. 

I look forward to working with the students and their families along with the Falcon faculty and staff!


Voice Mail: 303-734-6107
Email: pwatson[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us

Michelle Menzor

Subject: Resource Teacher

Education: B.A. in Elementary Education from Biola University. M.A.T in Special Education from the Metropolitan State University. 

Bio I was born and raised in Colorado. I enjoy hiking, camping, and anything outdoors. I moved to California for my undergraduate years of college to study Elementary Education with an emphasis in Spanish. After college, I taught 5th grade at an International school in Guatemala as well as volunteered at an orphanage for a few months. Because of that experience,  I developed a passion for working with students who have special needs. When I moved back to Colorado, I started my Master’s degree in Teaching that focused on Special Education from MSU. During my graduate program, I got my job at Euclid. I love working with the students and staff here at Euclid.

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: 303-734-6110
Email: mmenzor[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us



Subject: School Psychologist

Voice Mail: 303-347-7824


Meagan Kyle - Special Education Department Chairperson

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

Education: I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Metropolitan State University, Denver and Master of Science Degree in Special Education from National University, San Diego. I am currently working toward a Doctorate of Education in Curriculum and Instruction through Liberty University. My doctoral focus centers on executive functioning skills and I am thrilled to bring what I have learned into the middle school setting.

Bio: Hi, My name is Meagan Kyle. I have been a Special Education Teacher since 2006, working in San Diego, Denver and Littleton. I joined LPS in 2014 and worked for several years with Transition Services, supporting our young adult learners. I had the joy (and challenge) of teaching online for our TOPS elementary program during the 2020/2021 school year. Now, I am thrilled to be starting my second year in middle school and settling into my home at Euclid.

I am a Colorado native, and grew up in Littleton. I have a fantastic son, Logan. He is 10 years old and loves all things sports, especially baseball.

I am looking forward to a great school year, please reach out with any questions!

Voice Mail: 303-734-6144
Email: mkyle[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us

Shannon Lozano


Subject: Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant


Education: My masters and doctorate degrees are both from University of Southern California. 


Bio: My name is Shannon Lozano, and I have been an occupational therapist for about 14 years!  
I grew up in Southern California and have been living in Colorado for almost 6 years now. In the past, I have worked in admissions and academic advising for the USC occupational therapy program; and I have worked in OT clinics as well as early intervention. I've also worked within Colorado Facility Schools here in Denver, as well as for the past 3 years at Adams 12 Five Star Schools within both Elementary and Middle School levels. My husband and I have been married for 7 years and we have 3 hilarious French Bulldogs who make us laugh every day.  We love stand up paddle boarding, hanging out in downtown Littleton, going hiking, and camping.  I'm looking forward to meeting you all and joining the team at Euclid Middle School in Fall 2022.

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