Special Education Parent Resources

Colorado River BOCES Special Education Director
Denise Rahe

Local Special Education Directors

Garfield School 
District 16
Kristy Slife

Garfield RE-2
Diane Haupt

Roaring Fork
Patrick McGinty

If you are looking for Special Education Records  
(Garfield 16, 
Garfield RE-2, or Roaring Fork) please email Kristy Slife 

Colorado River BOCES 1st Annual
Special Education Family and Community FAIR 
Coming in May 2020

MAY 12, 2020
@ Rifle High School 

The ENC Field Day is a day for students with disabilities to discover new experiences, learn new skills, 
and celebrate their own successes. Our hope is to provide a safe environment for students to step out and 
have the courage and confidence to try something that they may not try in other settings.

Encourage Nurture Challenge Field Day 2019

Please note: This document contains third-party links. By clicking on the website links below, you will leave Colorado River BOCES website and enter a website not operated by CRBOCES. 

The purpose of Mountain Valley Developmental Services is to provide persons served and their families with supports 
that will promote skill acquisition, independence and inclusion within the community. To fulfill this purpose, the 
organization is entrusted with the administration of public funds that are intended specifically to assist persons with 
developmental disabilities and their families. In order to assure maximum fulfillment of the organization’s mission and its 
responsibility to the public and its communities, all persons employed by the organization or otherwise in a position to 
exercise influence over policy development and operations are expected to adhere to following our code of ethics at all times.

Parents Encouraging Parents
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         Family centered conferences designed to offer support, information, and education to parents with children who have                 
a disability, ages birth to 21 years, and professionals.

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PEAK Parent Center believes that all children, including children with disabilities, can learn and participate in their neighborhood schools. Every day, PEAK teaches parents, students, educators, and professionals the skills they need to successfully educate students with all types of disabilities and abilities. We do this because all children deserve the chance to become contributing members of their community, which begins at school.