The Niwot High School Special Education Department serves students identified with a range of disabilities who have Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). Specialized classes instruct students in core subjects as well as electives targeting adult living skills. Through these classes students learn about disability awareness, self-advocacy, social skills, communication skills, and life skills including job obtaining and maintaining skills, personal finance, and post secondary exploration to help in the development of a realistic plan for the year(s) following high school. The Department also focuses on educating students about a range of postsecondary options from district programming to college and careers.
Take a look at some of our recent news.
Elise Cranny, former Niwot High star, beats the heat to make Olympics in 5,000
Elise Cranny used a late kick to pull away for the win the women’s 5,000 meters Monday at U.S. trials and make her first Olympic team. Joining her in Tokyo will be Karissa Schweizer and Rachel Schneider. Cranny, who went to college at Stanford after winning state titles as a high schooler at Niwot High […]
Students: please check the resources below regarding summer homework and assignments that will be due at the start of the school year. If you have any questions, please reach out to your teachers directly.
May Family Connections Newsletter
In this month’s issue of the Family Connections Newsletter, we introduce a new district tool for internet filtering, share resources for setting healthy limits for technology use at home, and share ideas for summer learning activities. To sign up to receive the monthly newsletter in your email, click here.