ESE Lead Administrator
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Mrs. Sarah Jardine
Sarah Jardine is an DPSCD Exceptional Student Education (ESE) supervisor currently assuming the position of ESE Lead Administrator - Cohort 3, High Schools/Transition/CTE/Essential Skills Transition Program. With experience and a passion for fostering inclusive learning environments, Sarah is committed to empowering students with diverse needs and ensuring their academic and personal success.
Mrs. Jardine began her career as an Exceptional Student Education classroom teacher at DPSCD in the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) program, where she honed her skills in differentiating instruction and providing individualized support to students. She transitioned to the ASD support staff team providing Adapted Physical Education to the ASD program district wide. DPSCD's mission of providing an inclusive and empowering educational experience for every student inspired a transition to leadership as an ESE supervisor of Special Olympics and Adapted Physical Education and now ESE Lead Administrator for Cohort 3.
Mrs. Jardine's personal philosophy centers on the belief that all students have the right to a high-quality education and should be provided with equitable opportunities to reach their full potential. She firmly believes in the power of collaboration, fostering strong partnerships with teachers, parents, and community stakeholders to create a supportive network for students with exceptionalities.