Student Services

Student Services


Student Services

We are dedicated to developing and implementing a continum of services to meet the needs of ALL our students. We understand the diverse learning needs of each of our students. Our team strives to support students, parents, and teachers to allow each student to acquire knowledge and develop skills necessary to be successful after high school. Welcome to our district where "ALL means ALL."

504 Services

Section 504 is a civil rights statute intended to eliminate obstacles to full educational participation by students with disabilities. In order to be qualified for assistance under Section 504, the student must be between the ages of three (3) and twenty-one (21) years of age and meet the definition of “disabled.” A student is disabled if he/she (1). has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities (2). has a record of such impairment, or (3). is regarded as having such an impairment.

English Language Learners (ELL)

English Language Learners (ELL) are a diverse population of students who are learning English in school. They come from numerous cultural and economic backgrounds. Although many ELL students have developed basic communication skills in English, they struggle with academic language. This disconnect can make classroom instruction difficult, and it requires modified instruction in the student’s academic courses.

Exceptional Student Services (ESS)

Exceptional Student Services (ESS) provides education to students who, because of an identified disability, require specially designed instruction and related services in order to receive a free, appropriate public education. An Individualized Education Program (IEP) team determines specific services to meet the unique needs of each student which may include counseling, technology devices, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, transportation, or other supports.

Gifted & Talented Education

Gifted and talented students are children of lawful school age who, due to superior intellect and/or advanced learning ability, are not afforded an opportunity for otherwise attainable progress and development in regular classroom instruction and who need comprehensive gifted education services to achieve levels that commensurate with the child's intellect and ability. Gifted education services are offered to all students who score at or above the 97th percentile on a verbal, quantitative, and/or nonverbal battery, or a composite score at or above the 95th percentile of a test included on the Arizona State-Approved Gifted Test List.

Psychology Services

All children and youth can face problems from time to time related to learning, social relationships, making difficult decisions, and/or managing emotions such as feeling depressed, anxious, worried, or isolated. School Psychologists help students, families, educators, and members of the community understand and resolve both long-term, chronic problems and short-term issues that students may face. They are a highly skilled and ready resource in the effort to ensure that all children and youth thrive in school, at home, and in life.

Speech Language Services

Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) are experts in communication. They work with students who have speech, language, thinking, and swallowing impairments to successfully communicate and succeed in their academic environment. They work with students regarding speech sounds, language, literacy, social communication, voice, and fluency. 

Student Grievance Procedure

J-3600 © JII Student Concerns, Complaints, and Grievances
J-3611 © JII-R Regulation
J-3631 © JII-EA Exhibit
J-3632 © JII-EB Exhibit


Leslie Vasquez
Vasquez, Leslie
Administrative Assistant, Student Success
Office: 520-316-3360 x 1137


Teena Daniels
Daniels, Teena
Student Success Director
Office: 520-316-3360 x 1136
Rebecca Spallinger
Spallinger, Rebecca
Student Success Assistant Director
Office: 520-316-3360 x 1138

504 Coordinator (CGUHS)

Kerrie Perez
Perez, Kerrie
ESS Teacher/504 Coordinator
Office: 520-836-8500 x 3905

504 Coordinator (District)

Teena Daniels
Daniels, Teena
Student Success Director
Office: 520-316-3360 x 1136

Title IX Coordinator (CGUHS)

Randy Robbins
Robbins, Randy
Athletic Director
Office: 520-836-8500 x 3106

Title IX Coordinator (District)

Teena Daniels
Daniels, Teena
Student Success Director
Office: 520-316-3360 x 1136

ELL Coordinator

Eva Vasquez
Vasquez, Eva
ELL Administrative Assistant
Office: 520-876-9400 x 4100

Medicaid Specialist

Sarah Jamerson
Jamerson, Sarah
ESS Medicaid Specialist
Office: 520-316-3360 x 1135

School Psychologists

Cassandra Bennett
Bennett, Cassandra
School Psychologist
Office: 520-836-8500 x 3568

Speech Language

Holly Adams
Adams, Holly
Speech Language Therapist
Office: 520-836-8500 x 3800
Jim Ludlow
Ludlow, Jim
Speech Language Pathologist
Office: 000-000-0000
520-836-8500 x3702
520-876-9400 x4152
Naomi Peng
Peng, Naomi
Speech Language Pathology Assistant
Office: 520-836-8500 x 3702

Student Transition Specialist

Dr. Sonya Hendricks
Hendricks, Dr. Sonya
ESS Transition Specialist
Office: 000-000-0000
520-836-8500 x3907
520-876-9400 x4151
Our Non-Discrimination Commitment

Casa Grande Union High School District #82 prohibits discrimination in employment and educational programs based on race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, military status, genetic test information, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws may be forwarded to the designated compliance coordinator(s), Teena Daniels, District Title IX Coordinator, 1362 N. Casa Grande Ave, Casa Grande, AZ 85122, (520) 316-3360, or [email protected]

El Distrito Casa Grande Union High #82 prohibe la discriminación de empleo y programas educacionales basados en raza, color, religion, sexo, edad, descapacidad, origen nacional, estado militar, información de prueba genetica, orientación sexual o identidad de género, o expresion y provee acceso a los Boy Scouts y otros grupos juveniles designados.

Preguntas, quejas, o solicitudes para información adicional de acuerdo a estas leyes deben ser dirigidas a la coordinadora designada, Teena Daniels, District Title IX Coordinator, 1362 N. Casa Grande Ave, Casa Grande, AZ 85122, (520) 316-3360, [email protected]

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