Exceptional Student Services

This department assesses and facilitates meetings and implements programs for students who have high needs, ie. Special Education, Gifted and Talented, and 504 Plans for disabilities of all kinds.  Once assessed, students are served in accordance to their needs with special programming along with assisting teachers to  make accommodations in the general classroom.  Students are served in the general classroom, in small groups and individually according to their needs.

Students with a 504 plan or IEP that plan to enroll in any PPCC class (on CECCS's campus or off-campus) should contact the PPCC Accessibility Service office 4 - 6 weeks prior to the start of class. PPCC accessibility plans must be renewed every semester.

PPCC Accessibility Services

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The Colorado Early Colleges Colorado Springs Gifted and Talented program meets the needs of all identified gifted and talented students. Referrals can be made by parents, staff, peers, and the student. Please contact Mrs. Musselman for more information at kimberly.musselman@coloradoearlycolleges.org