Robert Woughter - Gr. 7-12 CSE Chairperson and RTI & DASA Coordinator
Donna Sawyer - CPSE and Gr. K-6 CSE Chairperson
Student Support Services will oversee:
The Committee of Preschool Special Education (CPSE)
The Committee of Special Education (CSE)
The 504 Team
We can be reached by calling (518) 576-4555.
KCS is committed to providing all students a free and appropriate education in the least restrictive environment. We have an amazing team of professionals who go above and beyond to ensure student success. They are dedicated to educating the whole child - to providing an education that will promote academic achievement, as well as healthy emotional development, appropriate social behavior and social interactions. Our students couldn’t be in better hands.
Our CPSE/CSE/504 Team:
Jill Eklof – School Psychologist
Kristie Mills – Speech Pathologist
Teresa Cary – Reading Specialist
Erin Cogswell – Special Education Teacher
Amanda Patenaude – Special Education Teacher
Gwen Sturges – Physical Therapist
Rhonda Baker – Occupational Therapist
Natalie Buysse – CSE Secretary
Our Mission: Let each become all he or she is capable of becoming.
Our Vision: To provide a secure, caring, and stimulating environment, which maximizes individual potential and ensures students of all ability levels are well equipped to meet the challenges of education, employment and life.
Our Goal: To ensure that everyone can meet with success. We will accomplish this by drawing on individual strengths, encouraging improvement, and showing that we care.
Our success is dependent upon our ability to work as a team with school professionals as well as with community and family members and supports. We value Keene’s strong community involvement and the partnerships we have created with families. Please feel free to reach out to any of us with any questions or concerns you might have.
Dignity for All Students Act
Under The Dignity for All Students Act, all students have the right to be protected from intimidation, harassment, or discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion or religious practice, sex, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability, by employees or students on school property or at a school sponsored event, function or activity.
The purpose of this form is to inform the district of an event or series of incidents of intimidation, harassment, and/or discrimination so that we can investigate and take appropriate action. If you are a student who feels unsafe, or the parent of a child that feels that way, fill out this form and speak directly with your Dignity for All Students Act Coordinator (Mr. Woughter) as soon as possible so we can address you concerns.
“Let each become all he or she is capable of becoming.”