Special Education

The Wilmot Elementary special education team works in collaboration with classroom teachers and parents to support students who have or are in need of an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Based on a body of evidence and evaluation data, the team, including the parents, determine if the student meets the eligibility criteria for one or more disabilities established by the state of Colorado and Jeffco Public Schools.  Once it is determined that a student qualifies for special education services, the Individualized Education Program is developed.  Students receive both specialized instruction by appropriate providers, as well as accommodations to ensure they have equal access to content and instruction.  Students receive services both within and outside of the general education setting in accordance with their individual needs.  The special education team works diligently to ensure that students are educated within the Least Restrictive Environment, meaning that they have access to core instruction within the regular classroom setting and they are with their grade level peers as much as possible while still receiving the services and support they need to make growth and be successful.

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Jeffco Special Education

Meet Wilmot's Special Education Team

Stephany Fritz
Learning Specialist

Sarah Beiriger 
Email: [email protected]
Voicemail: 303-982-5357

Bio: As a native to the foothills, Sarah grew up in Conifer and went to Evergreen High School. During her time at Elk Creek Elementary she would skip recess to help her teachers around the classroom. It's then when she knew she wanted to become a teacher. And with 19 years as an educator, helping students find a love of learning is what keeps her coming back. When she's not in the classroom, you can find Sarah on the sidelines, cheering on one of her three boys during the many activities they are involved in. Sarah is excited to be part of the Wilmot family!

Learning Specialist
Jill Lers-Bozzy
Email:  [email protected]
Voicemail: 303-982-7393

Danielle Martin
Learning Specialist
Danielle Martin
Email: [email protected]
Voicemail: 303-982-8253

Bio: As an Evergreen Middle School and Evergreen High School alumni, Danielle is excited to be teaching in her hometown of Evergreen. She became a teacher because she has a passion for inspiring students to become successful leaders. After attending Adams State College in Alamosa, she started teaching right away. Danielle has taught Special Education in five districts throughout Colorado. She's an expert in working with students with various disabilities and learning needs. She offers a variety of multi-sensory tools to her students to ensure their success. Danielle lives in Evergreen with her husband and two children who attend Wilmot. She loves to hike, travel, and bake.

Kelly Grahl
Speech Language Pathologist

Kelly Grall
Email: [email protected]
Voicemail: 303-982-4498

Bio: Patience, commitment, and caring are just some attributes Kelly brings to the Special Education team at Wilmot Elementary. As the Speech Pathologist, Kelly helps children find their voice and grow to become effective communicators. Her favorite memories are when a parent says “Grandma can understand Billy when he talks to her on the phone!” Kelly was born in Minnesota, attended the University of Oregon for her undergraduate degree and received her Master’s of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Denver. She raised three children together with her husband Brian. Fun fact about Kelly, she wanted to be a Broadway star when she was younger and still finds herself seeking out a good theatre production.

Lindsey Yoho
School Social Worker

Lindsey Yoho
Email: [email protected]
Voicemail: 303-982-1538

Bio: Lindsey loves empowering her students, teaching them self-regulation, social skills and problem solving techniques they can use in the classroom. Lindsey discovered her passion to help others in high school. So, she attended Indiana University for her undergrad, then the University of Denver for grad school so she could begin her career as a mental health professional. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Addictions Counselor, and has her certification in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. She’s worked in a variety of settings including foster care, pregnancy counseling and adoption, and residential treatment centers for youth before finding her place in the school system. Lindsey currently lives in Evergreen with her husband and two kids who attend Wilmot Elementary, a place she considers her second "home."

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