GOING TO COLLEGE – With Mild/Moderate needs – Special Presentation

Monday, February 3, 2020

Are you a student that has accommodations and wants to go to college?

Students and parents, please join us for a special presentation by a former HRHS student with Mild/Moderate accommodations about how she conducted her college search, her mother, Melissa Cermak (Assistant Director, Access Center, MSU of Denver) and Judy Jordan (Principal of DCSD Transition Bridge Program). We will be discussing the questions a prospective student with accommodations needs to be asking, the role parents play in this journey and the general services/requirements provided from colleges. There will be a question and answer session after the presentations.

WHEN: Monday, February 3, 2020

TIME: 7:00 PM – 8:30PM

WHERE: Cresthill Middle School Cafeteria

9195 Cresthill Lane, Highlands Ranch, CO 80130

Presented by: Douglas County Special Education Advisory Committee (DCSEAC)

Students with mild/moderate needs: Going to College

Are you a student that has accommodations and wants to go to college?

Students and parents, please join us for a special presentation by Melissa Cermak (Assistant Director, Access Center, MSU of Denver) and Judy Jordan (Principal of DCSD Transition Bridge Program).  In addition, we will hear from a former HRHS student with Mild/Moderate accommodations about how she conducted her college search. We will be discussing the questions a prospective student with accommodations needs to be asking, the role parents play in this journey and the general services/requirements provided from colleges.  There will be a question and answer session after the presentations.

WHEN:               Tuesday, February 25th

TIME:                 7:00 PM – 8:30PM

WHERE:             Cresthill Middle School Cafeteria

                             9195 Cresthill Lane, Highlands Ranch, CO  80130

Presented by:

DCL – Sensory Connections

Douglas County Libraries

Event Details

Sensory Connections 
Saturday, February 01, 2020  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM  
Highlands Ranch Event Hall A/B - Highlands Ranch Library
All-Ages, Families and Caregivers. 
This program connects sensory families with resources in the community as well as other sensory families. 
Join us for a sensory storytime, a conversation with a DCSD speech language pathologist and a fun craft. 
Register each person attending. 

Event Type(s): Children & Family, Branch Program, EventsAge Group(s): Children, Adult

Introduction to Music and Instruments – Milestone Pediatric Therapy Services

Join us for an 8-week class where students will learn introductory-level playing skills on the guitar, ukulele, piano, voice, and hand drums. Each session will focus on one of the instruments, including a session of musical experiences that would be used in music therapy. The course will be led by Bonnie Houpt, board-certified music therapist (MT-BC). The students will have a chance to learn new skills on each instrument, discover which instruments they like best, and play with their peers. Click Here for more information.

Class Schedule:

Saturday mornings from 10:00 am -11;00 am

Class is 8 weeks;

Starting Saturday January 25th – March 21st

(No class on February 15th)