Spring 2023 No School dates:These are days students cannot attend their day programs unless they use TRE waiver funds. Please mark these dates on your calendar so that you can plan in advance for these days off.January16th (MLK Jr. Day)February20th (President's Day)March9th (Teacher Work Day)10th (Data Collaboration Day)27th -31st (Spring Break)AprilNoneMayNoneThe last day of the school year will be Friday, May 26th.
Effective, October 31, 2022, the Transition program has moved from the Tesla Professional Development Center to the Roy J. Wasson Academic Campus at 2115 Afton Way.
Community Resource Links
TRE is a state designated Community Centered Board (CCB), one of 20 in Colorado. TRE services include eligibility determination, developmental disability determination, assistance with enrollment into Medicaid or State General Fund programs, service plan development, and arrangement for services, service coordination (case management), and monitoring of services received.
In 2019, TRE also assumed Single Point Entry (SEP) responsibilities and now administers all of Colorado’s Medicaid waivers for our service area. By bringing all waivers here, we believe we can achieve greater efficiencies and provide the level of quality for which we are known.
2022 Pikes Peak Interagency Resource Directory
A comprehensive list of community resources in the Pikes Peak region
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
DVR provides employment assistance to people with disabilities.
The Arc of the Pikes Peak Region
The Arc provides programs and services such as advocacy (in the employment, school, and judicial sectors), education, and guardianship, as well as many social events throughout the year.
The IC offers skills classes, youth groups and activities, housing, advocacy and employment assistance to people with disabilities.
A Special Needs Trust/ABLE account is a legal trust developed to provide financial support without jeopardizing public benefits. Contact a Special Needs Trust attorney for more information. The ABLE plan helps individuals to save money while preserving their SSI and Medicaid benefits.
Social Security Administration
The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources. To apply for Social Security and SSI disability benefits online, visit http://www.socialsecurity.gov/disability. If you cannot apply for SSI online, call 1-800-772-1213 to set up an in-office or telephone appointment with a Social Security representative. Parents or guardians can apply for disabled children under age 18.
Providing In-Home Client Respite Care services for the Colorado Springs and surrounding areas. Dedicated to helping ensure your loved ones are cared for as family.
D11 Career Pathways at Wasson Campus
Career Pathways is a Career & Technical Education program available to all D11 high school students. Students in the 18-21 Transition Program can access Career Pathways as part of Transition programming.
We offer nine Career Pathways based on the Colorado Career Cluster Model. Currently all located Career Pathways are located on the Roy J. Wasson Academic Campus.
Our pathways combine rigorous academics, High School and articulated Postsecondary credits with Work-Based Learning, and provide opportunities to pursue higher education and employment upon graduation. Each step on a career pathway is designed explicitly to engage students in Postsecondary Workforce Readiness and Career Preparation.