Sterling to back out of special ed co-op
Parent implores school board to reconsider
STERLING – Ray Villarreal implored the Sterling Public Schools to stick with the Bi-County Special Education Cooperative.
Villarreal is the father of three children in the district, including Noah, 10, who has a developmental disorder called cerebellar aplasia. He receives speech therapy and other services through the cooperative.
Villarreal pleaded with the school board Thursday afternoon to reconsider its plan to pull out of the 11-district cooperative.
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