Littleton Public Schools believes that parents are key partners in their child's education. As the person who best knows their child's needs, interests, and strengths, your participation is critical to your child's educational success.
One support that is available to parents is the District Special Services Advisory Committee, or SSAC. This group is primarily composed of parents of students with disabilities. The group meets monthly to advise the district on special education areas of priority and to provide support and training for parents of students with disabilities. This includes recommendations to the district regarding the needs of children with disabilities and their parents, provision of workshops for parents in a variety of topic areas, and dissemination of information regarding special education programs and community resources.
Please feel free to contact one of the special education coordinators listed below for more information.
Janie Youderian (303) 347-3466
(Coordinator, Elementary Special Education Programs)
Carla Larson (303)-347-3393
(Coordinator, Secondary Special Education Programs)
Jennifer Templeton (303) 347-3430
(Coordinator, Student Support Services)
Kim Bryant (303) 347-3469
(Specialist, Early Childhood and Elementary Special Education)
Mary Alllman (303) 347-3449
(Specialist, Transition Services)
You may also contact:
Melissa Cooper (303) 347-3471
Director, Special Education
The LPS Special Services Advisory Committee is proud to sponsor the 2018-2019 Parent Workshop Schedule. Any LPS parent is welcome to attend. All workshops are held at the Education Services Center Boardroom unless otherwise noted.
October 23: Understanding Dyslexia: Simulation and Awareness Workshop; Powerpoint
November 6: Understanding Special Education: The IEP Process; Powerpoint
November 28: Supporting Students with Diabetes in the School Setting
December 3: Dr. Susan Hepburn: Strategies to Facilitate your Child’s Independence
December 4: Understanding Dyslexia: Simulation and Awareness Workshop
January 22: Navigating the 504 Process: Eligibility and Accommodations
January 24: Accessing Community Mental Supports and Self Care Strategies for Parents
January 28: Summer Resource Fair: Planning Services, Supports and Resources for your Child’s Summer - Ames Facility
February 19: Exploring Options Available to Children and Families through Community Centered Boards, Medicaid, Disability Benefits, and Other Resources
March 11: Dr. Susan Hepburn: Strategies to Support Anxiety
April 18: Supporting Students with Asthma and/or Severe Allergies in the Schools