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​PHONE (970) 867-8297

​FAX (970) 867-6129


2020 Clubhouse Drive

Greeley, CO 80634

Phone (970) 352-7404

Fax (970) 352-7350

PEP Conference 


The PEP Online Academy will be presented via live and                pre-recorded sessions through Zoom and Moodle over the following dates:

Friday evening, January 29, 2021 – 6:30 pm-9:30 pm (3 hours)

Saturday, January 30, 2021 – 8:15 am-12:15 pm (4 hours)

Saturday, February 6, 2021 – 9:15 am-11:45 am (2 hours)

Saturday, February 13, 2021 – 8:45 am-12:45 pm (4 hours)

​PEP, or Parents Encouraging Parents, is a conference that creates partnerships between families and their communities to share information, ideas, successes, educating others and ultimately ensuring student learning.

Provider Resources ​​

Frequently Needed IEP Forms


Frequently Needed Software

  • Woodcock Johnson IV Scoring 
  • For access to  AimsWeb (assessment, intervention and progress monitoring system) or Maximum Potential (video web training for students with autism), contact Anna Segura at (970) 867-8297 ext. 3105 or asegura@cboces.org​​

Parent Resources 

Our school social workers serve as parent liaisons to support parents and guardians as they navigate through the special education process.

If you have questions regarding the special education process, need support in working with your child’s school, need assistance accessing community resources, or are not sure where to start, contact Anna Segura at (970) 867-8297 ext. 3105 or asegura@cboces.org for direction to the school social worker that serves your school district. 

Other resources:

Child Find Intake Information:

Greeley Area: Brenda McDonald (970) 352-7404 ext. 1129 or bmcdonald@cboces.org

Fort Morgan Area: Katie Abrego (970) 867-8297 ext. 1159 or cabrego

To request records for the Greeley and Morgan County areas contact:

Ruth Grevesen 970-352-7404 ext. 1107

or rgrevesen@cboces.org

Currently, CBOCES provides itinerant staff to support programs for students with disabilities, preschool through grade 12 or age 21.

Student disabilities encompass significant learning disabilities, significant limited intellectual capacity, significant identifiable emotional disabilities, hard of hearing, vision impaired, physical disabilities, speech/language disabilities, multiple disabilities and preschool children with disabilities.

Special Education