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Special Education Department

Our Vision

We strive to work cooperatively with special needs students, families, communities, colleagues, and other professionals in order to promote each student's success and well-being as they prepare for future endeavors. We facilitate the use of evidence-based practices to provide students the access, skills, knowledge, independence and opportunity to reach their potential and participate successfully in the least restrictive environment possible. We are committed to identifying and meeting the diverse needs of each student, from birth to age 22, in Davis County, through individualized educational programming and transition services. 

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Family Information & Resources

Family Information & Resources

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For information about Parental Consent for Sharing Information with Medicaid and other Medicaid related questions see The Parent Resources for Medicaid page.

Transitioning to Adulthood

The sites listed below are for information purposes only. The Davis School District is not responsible for the content of the pages or the links they lead to. Parental Procedural Safeguards

Procedural Safeguards:

  • English - 2016 USBE Version
  • Spanish - 2016 Davis Version
  • USBE Versions - Procedural Safeguards and Annual Parent/Guardian Notices (Child Find, Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship, Destruction of Records, Medicaid Information) for Students with Disabilities and their Parents under the IDEA 2004. -- Revised November 2016 -- Translations for Navajo, Arabic, Somali, Spanish, Tongan, and Vietnamese are all available here. When you get to the page, click the sub tab entitled "Procedural Safeguards"

Special Needs Grants - through Davis Education Foundation:

  • We offer a funding resource to help students and families create individual independence at home and school.
  • Individuals can apply for up to $1,000. Some requests may require a match. Grants applications are due on the first day of each month and will be reviewed by the Special Needs Inclusion Grant Committee (SNIGC).
  • For More information and Application: http://daviseducationfoundation.org/special-needs-grant/

Utah Parent Center:

Utah Parent Center Website:  The mission of the Utah Parent Center (UPC or Center) is to help parents help their children, youth and young adults with all disabilities to live included, productive lives as members of the community.We accomplish our mission by providing accurate information, empathetic peer support, valuable training and effective advocacy based on the concept of parents helping parents.View story to watch a short video about the Utah Parent Center and the resources available.

For information and Resources contact:  Roz Welch, Utah Parent Center Consultant (serving Davis District)
Phone: 801.402.5120
Email: rozw@utahparentcenter.org

General Information about Students with Disabilities

Intellectual Disabilities

Specific Learning Disabilities

Autism

Early Childhood

Transition

Behavior Issues

Special Needs Scholarship Program

Calendar

Free workshops for parents in Davis School District who have children with special needs.

Information for Parents and Medical Professionals

  • letter (.pdf) information medical professionals can provide to assist special education and 504 teams to support eligibility determination and IEP development procedures. This letter is not a prescription. Some eligibility decisions require medical history and information. In the course of best practice, Davis School District cooperates with medical providers to gather this information when possible. Davis School District is able to conduct necessary evaluation and does not require students to see medical professionals to identify a student's educational needs.
  • Frequently Asked Questions About Special Education and 504 Plans. (.pdf)

Child Find Notice

Davis School District is responsible for Child Find identification and evaluation for all students suspected of having a disability residing in Davis County. This includes children (birth through 21 years of age) who are in public schools, private schools, are being home schooled, are preschoolers (birth to five years) and are in need of an evaluation for possible special education or early intervention services. Early identification and intervention may be essential to your child’s development.

If your child is having significant difficulty with vision, hearing, speech, behavior, is experiencing slow development typical for his/her age, physical development or learning difficulty, he/she may be a child with a disability that requires specialized instruction through special education. If you suspect that your school age child may have a disability, please contact your neighborhood school principal or special education department at 801-402-5169.

If your child’s age is birth to three years or three to five years, contact the Davis Early Learning Center at 801-402-5409.

Carson Smith Scholarship Notice

We are required by Utah Code Section 53A-1a-704(10) to inform you, if you are a parent of a student with an IEP enrolled in a public school, of the availability of a scholarship to attend a private school through the Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship Program. For further information you can visit the Carson Smith Scholarship (CSS) page on the Utah State Board of Education site.

Educator Information & Resources

Contact Us

SPED Department Contacts: Leadership

Director of Special Education Services - Julie Larsen

Julie Larsen

jlarsen@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5158

 Julie oversees all of the special education services for approximately 9,800 students with disabilities in the Davis School District. Her responsibilities include managing the legal issues, budget, staffing, training, and coordination with the district superintendency and the Utah State Board of Education. Julie coordinates with Roz Welch from the Utah Parent Center to provide parent training.

Special Programs Director - Patty Arbon

Patty Arbon

PARBON@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5151

  • Patty oversees the k-12 programs for students in special programs including: Essential Elements (EE) classes, Academic Social Communication (ASC) classes, Social Behavioral (SB) classes and Behavior & Communication Intensive Support (BCIS) classes.   She also oversees Medicaid and private nursing services. Patty collaborates with and provides guidance for school administrators and teachers as they work with families of students with disabilities.

Mild/Moderate K-12 Director - Lisa Wall

Lisa Wall

LWALL@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5151

  • Lisa oversees the elementary and secondary programs for students with mild/moderate disabilities in the 60 elementary schools,  17 junior high schools and 10 High Schools in Davis School District, including adult education and Mountain High. She provides consultation services and on-site technical support to teachers, administrators, school teams, and school faculties in the areas of staff development, staffing, file compliance, support team referrals, conflict resolution, safe schools manifestation, classroom management, scheduling, the LRE process, facilitating the use of effective, research-based instructional strategies and programs, and a variety of other areas.

School & Student Support Director - Suzanne Clayton

Suzie Clayton

SCLAYTON@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5151

Suzie oversees the District Support Teams, including Behavior Support Team, Professional Development and Induction of New Special Educators.

Related Services & Early Childhood Director - Jocelyn Taylor

Jocelyn Taylor

JOTAYLOR@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5482

  • Supervision and Oversight of Related Services:  
    •Departments 
  • •Early Childhood Special Education Services
    •Programs 
    •Personnel 
    •Educator observations 
    •Budget management 

    Determines priorities for improving services for students with disabilities  
    Supports student progress and growth

Secretary for the Director - Finance - Robin Driggs

Robin Driggs

rdriggs@dsdmail.net
801-402-5158

Robin's duties include:

  • Direct Secretary for Julie Larson
  • Credit Cards for RS Staff
  • Purchasing for Related Services
  • Contract Employee Payments for RS
  • Computer & IP assignments for SPED
  • Continue to be the contact point for contract nursing
     

Mild/Moderate  K-12 Contacts

Mild/Moderate K-12 Director - Lisa Wall

Lisa Wall

LWALL@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5151

  • Lisa oversees the elementary and secondary programs for students with mild/moderate disabilities in the 60 elementary schools,  17 junior high schools and 10 High Schools in Davis School District, including adult education and Mountain High. She provides consultation services and on-site technical support to teachers, administrators, school teams, and school faculties in the areas of staff development, staffing, file compliance, support team referrals, conflict resolution, safe schools manifestation, classroom management, scheduling, the LRE process, facilitating the use of effective, research-based instructional strategies and programs, and a variety of other areas.

Supervisor - Sallie Richardson

Sallie Richardson

sarichardson@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5169

Sallie is the Special Education Teacher Leader for Elementary.  She provides support to district staff, schools faculty, parents and students with mild/moderate disabilities at the elementary level.  She provides consultation, observations and ongoing technical support with implementation of effective instructional practices, classroom management, curriculum development, compliance, scheduling, behavior and a variety of other areas.  Sallie also serves on district and special education committees.

Supervisor - Allison Whiting

AWHITING@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5169

  • Allison provides support to students with mild/moderate disabilities, teachers, and administrators, and IEP teams at the secondary level.  She provides consultation and ongoing technical support with implementing effective instructional practices, classroom management, curriculum development, compliance, scheduling, and a variety of other areas.  She works with Lisa Wall, Adam King, and Aaron Lewis in coordinating staff development on the secondary level. 

Supervisor - Scott Francis

Scott Francis

SFRANCIS@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5169

Scott coordinates services provided to students with severe disabilities, K-12. He provides support through new teacher training, and inservice trainings with all functional skill teachers on current policy, procedures and research-based programs. He provides ongoing paraeducator training and coordinates the district inclusion team.

Related Services Contacts

Director - Related Services - Jocelyn Taylor

Jocelyn Taylor

 

jotaylor@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5482

Supervision and Oversight of Related Services:  
•Departments 
•Programs 
•Personnel 
•Educator observations 
•Budget management 

Determines priorities for improving services for students with disabilities  
Supports student progress and growth

Supervisor - Related Services - Heidi Block

 
hblock@dsdmail.net
801-402-5955

 

School Psychologist for Canyon Creek Elementary

Recruitment

School Psychology Internship Program and Licensure

Provisional School Psychologists

Mentoring

Induction

Heidi Block

hblock@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5482

School Psychologist for Canyon Creek Elementary 

Elementary District Case Management 
Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports Leadership Team 
Recruitment  
School Psychology Internship Program and Licensure

Supervisor - Related Services - Lauren Rich

Supervision and evaluation of Related Service providers

larich@dsdmail.net
Phone: 801-402-5955
 

 

Career School Psychologists

Speech Language Pathologists

Vision Teachers

Hearing Teachers & Interpreters

Technology

Recruitment

Member of Crisis Team

Psychometrists

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larich@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5133
Career School Psychologists
Physical Therapists

Vision Teachers
Technology
School Psychologist for Wastach Elementary
Recruitment
Member of Crisis Team

Supervisor - Related Services & SPELL - Dawn Sheen

 
 
dsheen@dsdmail.net
Phone: 801-402-5955
 

SPELL Committee Chair

Adapted Physical Education Teachers

Career School Psychologists

Physical Therapists

Occupational Therapists

Member of Crisis Team

Speech Language Pathologists

Recruitment

Technician - Related Services - Meridee Litster

Meridee Litster

mlitster@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5482

Meridee's current job responsibilities:
• All payroll for Related Services & Sp. Ed. Extra Duty 
• Daily Leave Entry for both Related Services and Sp. Ed. Dept. 
• Process leave requests from Related Servers.
• Purchasing for Related Services
• Accounts Payable – submit invoices for contracted services
• Mileage – check claims submitted by Related Servers for accuracy and submit to AP
• Personnel Actions for all Sp. Ed. And Related Servers (terminations, position changes, TA transfers, etc.) 
• Track personnel by location and keep an up-do-date spreadsheet on the S drive.
• Reports to USOE (Legislative Payroll, Personnel Report, High Cost)
• Employee Driving Test tracking 
• Collect & file required documents from Related Servers (schedule, Employee Emergency Calling Card, SEP Make-Up)
• Each month, collect, check for accuracy, and file time management record (time cards) from all Related Servers and the Sp. Ed. Department.
• Research Payroll & Personnel questions for both departments
• Work with Accounting to get new position numbers created that have been approved by SES.
• Miscellaneous Payroll and Personnel reports for supervisors & Director

School & Student Support Contacts

School & Student Support Director - Suzanne Clayton

Suzie Clayton

SCLAYTON@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5151

Suzie oversees the District Support Teams, including Behavior Support Team, Professional Development and Induction of New Special Educators.

Support Team Specialist - Autism Team - Terri Drca

TDRCA@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5151

Consult with and/or mentor preschool, elementary, secondary, and post high school teams to address behavior, academics, social skills, and communication for students on the autism spectrum in both the general education and special education settings. As part of the Davis School District support team, we work closely with the following teams:
• Behavior 
• Learning Centers
• Functional Skills
• Mild/Moderate (elementary & secondary)
• Preschool
• 504
• Assistive Technology 

Parent support:
• Connect to community resources
• Transition from private or charter school to public school
• Transition from out-of-state
• General questions 
• MAKS- (Moms of Autistic Kids)

Autism specific staff development for:
• School faculty
• Related service providers 
• LEA's
• 1st-3rd year educators
• Outside agencies (neighboring school districts, pediatricians, etc.)

Staff development for police, fire, EMT’s

Support transitions between preschool and kindergarten

ADOS-2 (Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule)
• Team Lead
• Administration/feedback

STAR curriculum training (Strategies for Teaching Based on Autism Research)

Partner with Davis Enhanced Education Program to provide support for twice exceptional students and staff development for teachers specific to autism spectrum disorders

Autism Council of Utah 

Lead a team of Behavior Interventionists and Teacher Assistants who support students on a rotating basis

Picture Communication System Training

LEA

Support Team Specialist - Autism Team - Alyson Gilson

Alyson Gilson

AWILLEY@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5151

Teacher Specialist: Autism Team

Consult with and/or mentor preschool, elementary, secondary, and post high school teams to address behavior, academics, social skills, and communication for students on the autism spectrum in both the general education and special education settings. As part of the Davis School District support team, we work closely with the following teams:
• Behavior 
• Learning Centers
• Functional Skills
• Mild/Moderate (elementary & secondary)
• Preschool
• 504
• Assistive Technology

Parent support:
• Connect to community resources
• Transition from private or charter school to public school
• Transition from out-of-state
• General questions 
• MAKS- (Moms of Autistic Kids)

Autism specific staff development for:
• School faculty
• Related service providers 
• LEA's
• 1st-3rd year educators
• Outside agencies (neighboring school districts, pediatricians, etc.)

Other:
• Support transitions between preschool and kindergarten
• ADOS-2 (Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule)
- o Administration/feedback
• STAR curriculum training (Strategies for Teaching Based on Autism Research)
• Partner with Davis Enhanced Education Program to provide support for twice exceptional students and staff development for teachers specific to autism spectrum disorders
• Autism Council of Utah 
• Lead a team of Behavior Interventionists and Teacher Assistants who support students on a rotating basis
• SafetyCare trainer 
• Autism Website administrator
• LEA

Support Team Specialist - Assistive Technology Team Leader - Erek Engar

Erek Engar

eengar@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5959

DATT Team Leader: Davis Assistive Technology Team

Erek heads up the Assistive Technology Team. This support team provides students with assistive technology and options for unique communication needs. Student support is solicited by written referral to the DAT team. Staff support and follow up support for students can be obtained by email to Erek. Erek's additional esponsibilities include coordinating Extended School Year (ESY) services for students with severe disabilities.

Support Team Specialist - Assistive Technology Team Leader - Bradie Ormond

Bradie Ormond

bormond@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5399

DATT Team Leader: Davis Assistive Technology Team

Bradie has a BS and MA in Speech Language Pathology and an Endorsement in Educational Leadership. Her passion is ensuring all students have appropriate access to instruction through assistive and instructional technology. She works with teams to facilitate low-tech and high-tech solutions for educators, learners and parents. In addition to her work with Davis School District, she’s a member of the State Assistive Technology Leadership Team and teaches an Assistive Technology course for Utah State University.

Support Team Specialist - Behavior Specialist - Katrina Burg

Katrina Burg

kspangenberg@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5169

Her duties include providing support to school teams and students in Preschool through High school 

Katrina and her team of Behavior Interventionist provide training and support for schools on how to best meet the behavior and/or academic needs of students.  Our focus is on determining what strategies and interventions will work the best for each individual student to maintain the least restrictive environmental setting. 

Katrina also oversees our most behaviorally intense program STRIDE.  In addition to this she sits on the Support Team, Human Rights Committee, Elementary Case Management and is the lead with Safety Care Trainings.  She also currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Northern Region System of Care. 

Support Team Specialist - Bethanie Monsen-Ford

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bford@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5134

Adapted Physical Education Teachers
Psychometrists
Career School Psychologists

Hearing Teachers
School Psychologist for Sand Springs Elementary
Professional Development/MIDAS
Recruitment

Support Team Specialist - Maria Ellis

mellis@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5158

Maria's primary responsibility is to assist new secondary special education teachers working with mild/moderate disabilities.  She assists new teachers with compliance requirements, instructional materials/methods, classroom and caseload management.  She teaches and facilitates the new teacher trainings, as well as the IEP training strand.

Department Support Staff Contacts

Special Education Secretary - Finance - Robin Driggs

Robin Driggs

rdriggs@dsdmail.net
801-402-5158

Robin's duties include:

  • Direct Secretary for Julie Larson
  • Credit Cards for RS Staff
  • Purchasing for Related Services
  • Contract Employee Payments for RS
  • Computer & IP assignments for SPED
  • Continue to be the contact point for contract nursing
     

Special Education Secretary - Tracy Black

Tracy Black

tblack@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5485

Tracy's duties include:

  • Direct Secretary for Special Programs
  • New Move-in Management (Tracy will make announcement to schools)
  • Transportation management
  • Human Rights Committee
  • YI Care Meetings/Intake
     

Special Education Secretary - Kathi Lewis

Kathi Lewis photograph

katlewis@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5151

Kathi's duties include:

  • Direct Secretary for MM Group (L. Wall), Support Team Group (S. Clayton), Data Manager, Tom Johnson with assistance from K. Bright
  • US & DSD Mail shared with K. Bright and during the summer months
  • PD Calendar, Scheduling, Posting, announcement e-mail, 
  • Defensive Driving and Abuse Prevention Training for SPED and RS Staff
  • Safety-Care management, class scheduling, reporting to QBS
  • MIDAS management
  • ATP Testing and information for USU.  Lisa will review the written test.  Prime WSU will be handled by WSU.
     

Medicaid Specialist - Cozette Freckleton

Cozette Freckleton

CFRECKLETON@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5142

Her duties include: 

  • Direct Secretary for ESY
  • Assists with Special Programs secretarial assignments
  • School Based Medicaid Billing, Employee Time Study & Narrative Log, Medicaid Audits Federal & State, Physicians RX signatures for One-On-One Nursing from Nursing agencies. 
  • Obtain Medicaid Parental consent forms from parents and case managers. 
  • Checking SpEd employees on the Sanctioned Providers websites monthly. LEIE exclusion database, SAMS exclusion database, and DOPL license verification. 
  • Wellness Captain for SpEd Department.
  • CPR Instructor for SpEd Teachers and Para’s.

Related Services Secretary - Gayle Barth

Gayle Barth

GBARTH@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5955

Duties include the following:

  • Direct Secretary for Related Services
  • RS Personnel Files to Jocelyn Taylor
  • RS Emergency Information
  • Computer, IPad, and test kit check-out for RS
  • Protocol distribution
  • Pearson Assessment Licenses
     

Technician - SPED & Related Services - Meridee Litster

Meridee Litster

mlitster@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5482

Meridee's current job responsibilities:
• All payroll for Related Services & Sp. Ed. Extra Duty 
• Daily Leave Entry for both Related Services and Sp. Ed. Dept. 
• Process leave requests from Related Servers.
• Purchasing for Related Services
• Accounts Payable – submit invoices for contracted services
• Mileage – check claims submitted by Related Servers for accuracy and submit to AP
• Personnel Actions for all Sp. Ed. And Related Servers (terminations, position changes, TA transfers, etc.) 
• Track personnel by location and keep an up-do-date spreadsheet on the S drive.
• Reports to USBE (Legislative Payroll, Personnel Report, High Cost)
• Employee Driving Test tracking 
• Collect & file required documents from Related Servers (schedule, Employee Emergency Calling Card, SEP Make-Up)
• Each month, collect, check for accuracy, and file time management record (time cards) from all Related Servers and the Sp. Ed. Department.
• Research Payroll & Personnel questions for both departments
• Work with Accounting to get new position numbers created that have been approved by SES.
• Miscellaneous Payroll and Personnel reports for supervisors & Director

Compliance, DLM, myIDEA Manager, Webmaster, UPIPs - Tom Johnson

Tom Johnson

tomjohnson@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5479

MyIDEA is Davis District’s web based IEP system used to create most of the documents for students in the special education program. The responsibilities of the MyIDEA manager include: creating and updating training materials for MyIDEA; training all certified SPED staff to access and use MyIDEA; provide support for the use of MyIDEA; and coordinate improvements of the program with the data processing department. He also supports teachers and the TCM’s in the entering and tracking of data for October, December and July student services counts. He is also responsible for accuracy of data reported to the USOE. As the webmaster, he creates, updates and manages the special education website for Davis School District.

Office Assistant - Kristen Bright

Kristen Bright

kwhitear@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5169

Kristen's responsibilities include:

  • Office receptionist line
  • Office Clerk assisting Kathi Lewis in her direct secretary assignments
  • Move-out file transfer management
  • Legal Case file copies
  • TeachTown Licenses
     

Preschool and Early Intervention Contacts

Related Services & Early Childhood Director - Jocelyn Taylor

Jocelyn Taylor

JOTAYLOR@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5482

  • Supervision and Oversight of Related Services:  
    •Departments 
  • •Early Childhood Special Education Services
    •Programs 
    •Personnel 
    •Educator observations 
    •Budget management 

    Determines priorities for improving services for students with disabilities  
    Supports student progress and growth

Coordinator - Early Childhood - Amy Garlick

Amy Garlick

agarlick@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5409

  • Amy is responsible for the day to day operations of Special Education Preschool. She monitors and supervises the personnel who provide Special Education services to children with disabilities, ages 3-5. She coordinates staff development for the SpEd preschool staff, and also presents many of the sessions.

Coordinator - Early Intervention - Mandy Zeschke

MZESCHKE@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5403

Mandy is the program coordinator for the Davis Early Intervention Program servicing children from birth to three years with delays and/or disabilities and their families. This program offers free evaluations for children to determine eligibility and home visits for those enrolled to help parents help their children. We focus on helping parents build skills and implement strategies to promote their child’s development during daily routines. Mandy organizes professional development opportunities for staff and arranges community events for families in July and December.

Preschool Teacher Specialist - Chelley Fenton

Chelley Fenton

cfenton@dsdmail.net 

Her duties include: 
- Support Preschool classrooms and staff 
- Collaborate and plan at weekly meetings with Preschool Team members. 
- Work with parents and Administrators to support individual students. 
- Assist in the coordination of move in files and community referrals 
- Attend IEP meetings as the LEA 
- Support, coach and train new classroom teachers 
- Support, coach and train Preschool Functional Skills staff 
- Collaborate with the Preschool Leadership Team to plan and implement Preschool professional development 
- Assist with DIAL screenings 
- Safety Care trainer 
- HQSR-E grant coordination and implementation

Preschool Teacher Specialist - Pam Warren

Pam Warren

pwarren@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5473

Her duties include: 
- Support Preschool classrooms and staff. 
- Collaborate and plan at weekly meetings with Preschool Team members. 
- Work with parents and Administrators to support individual students. 
- Assist in the coordination of move-in files and community referrals.
- Attend IEP meetings as the LEA.
- Support, coach and train new classroom teachers.
- Support, coach and train itinerant staff that work in Head Start classrooms.
- Collaborate with the Preschool Leadership Team to plan and implement Preschool professional development. 
- Assist with DIAL screenings.

IT Tech Specialist - Early Childhood Preschool Programs - Candra Jeffery

CJEFFERY@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5409

Her duties include:
• She works with children 0-5 years of age. 
• Oversees the registration for both Regular Ed students and Students who have an IEP.  
• Tracks registration fees and tuition payments each month. 
• Assist the families moving into Davis School District with a child on an IEP.  
• Handles the files of special education student files that are moving out of our district  
• Assists transportation with busing requests  
• Bills Medicaid for Early Intervention

Early Learning Center Staff - Christine Johns

Christine Johns

CJOHNS@dsdmail.net | 801-402-5408

  • I take the Early Intervention referrals for kids birth to 3 years of age with developmental delays. I am also the personnel, budget and purchasing secretary.

Early Learning Center - DIAL Clerk - Kris Stephens

Kris Stephens

krstephens@dsdmail.net

Assists parents with Preschool DIAL information and screening appointments.



 

Julie Larsen

Julie Larsen
Special Education Department Director
(801) 402-5158
jlarsen@dsdmail.net

Patty Arbon

Patty Arbon
Special Programs Section Director
(801) 402-5151
parbon@dsdmail.net

Lisa Wall

Lisa Wall
Mild/Moderate K-12 Section Director
(801) 402-5151
lwall@dsdmail.net

Suzie Clayton

Suzanne Clayton
School & Student Support Director
(801) 402-5151
sclayton@dsdmail.net
 

Jocelyn Taylor

Jocelyn Taylor
Related Services & Early Childhood/Preschool Director
(801) 402-5482
jotaylor@dsdmail.net

Robin Driggs

Robin Driggs
Special Education Executive Secretary
(801) 402-5158
rdriggs@dsdmail.net