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Welcome to SCSD#1 Special Services!

Here at Sublette #1, we are committed to providing students with disabilities a quality education that supports individual learning needs. We offer a continuum of services and programs for students, school age through the age of 21. We have an exceptional special education staff and team that are dedicated to students! 

We know that parent communication is vital for student success and we look forward to working with families to assist in the educational process.  

The Special Services Department includes special education, homebound instruction, counseling, and school nursing services and provides coordination with community agencies and the juvenile justice system.   

A full range of special education services is provided for approximately 13% of the school population in both “pull-out” and “inclusive” programs on a multi-categorical basis.  Related service supports include transportation, speech and language therapy, occupational and physical therapy, adapted physical education, counseling, parent training, transition, audiology, health services, and assistive technology. 

Parents are always welcome to visit your child’s school and or teacher regarding student progress. Each of our schools are equipped with programs and interventions available to all students that can be accessed in order to provide the supports and accommodationsnecessary for success.


Our Special Education Department is always available to answer any questions/concerns and assist families in supporting their student(s). 

Please feel free to call or email at any time. Thank you and we look forward to working with you! 

307-367-5515 


Open Letter From the Special Services Director Angie Murphy

I would like to introduce myself as the Special Services Director.

I have transitioned into this position after teaching Special Education for three years at Pinedale High School. During that time, Sublette County School District #1 has filled me with both professional and personal growth. Prior to moving to Pinedale, I taught in the elementary, middle, and high school Special Education settings. I received my Masters of Education from the University of Utah in 2005 and recently completed my administration endorsement from the University of Wyoming (2013). My husband and our three school-aged girls thoroughly enjoy living in Pinedale and all that the community has to offer. I have a passion for education and particularly for advocating for students that struggle within the system.


I look forward to meeting you on a formal level during your child’s IEP this year. I am also available to meet with you anytime outside of that meeting. The best way to contact me would be via email: amurphy@sub1.org or I will be in the office at 307-367-5515. Elisha Haley, the Special Services Secretary, will also be available at that time to take your call.


I appreciate your time in reading this letter. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have, or just to introduce yourself.


Sincerely,


Angie Murphy

amurphy@sub1.org

(307) 367-5515



According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, specially designed instruction is provided at no cost to the parent, to meet the unique needs of a child with a disability. This specially designed instruction involves adapting, as appropriate to the needs of an eligible student, the content, methodology or delivery of instruction:To address the unique needs of the child that result from his/her disability; and to ensure access of the child to the general curriculum, so that the child can meet the educational standards within the district that apply to all children.In Wyoming, Children who are eligible for special education are entitle to a free appropriate public education (FAPE) in the least restrictive environment (LRE) from the age of three through the school year in which the student turns 21 years old. School districts ensure the provision of FAPE in the LRE for each eligible child through the development and implementation of an Individual Education Plan (IEP), which is updated at least annually. 
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