Peggy Monteith, MA

Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND)
CODY, WY 82414
Phone: 720-215-6695
Email: [email protected]
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Last Updated: September 23, 2022

Peggy Monteith

Primary Activity Coordinators: Early Intervention
Discipline Coordinators: Special Education
Specialty Resource Contacts: Educational Consultant
Discipline(s): Education/Special Education
Education: Administration
Education: Early Intervention/Early Childhood
Family/Parent/Youth Advocacy
Mental and Behavioral Health
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
Research: Act Early Ambassador, Special Education services and compliance, Early Childhood, Transition PreK - K16, Autism, Inclusion, Developmental Disabilities, Advocacy
Education: BA in Elementary Education & Special Education (University of Wyoming)
MA in Learning Disabilities (University of Northern Colorado)
MA in Education Leadership; Principal K-12 (University of Wyoming)
Service: Teaching experience special education K-12 and elementary education 18 Years
Director of Specil Education and Title I Platte County School District 1 - 5 years
Education Consultant - Special Education K-12
Education Director - UPLIFT (working with families of children with mental and behavioral health disabilities)
State Director of Special Education - WY 2005-2012 (Wyoming Department of Education)
Assistant Commissioner of Exceptional Student Services Colorado Department of Education 2011-2013 (Served as State Special Ed Director for CO
Special Education Director Park Co School District No. 1 2013-2020
Superintendent Park Co. School District No. 1 2020-2021


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Bio - Peg Monteith

Peg Monteith has over forty years of educational experience including teaching both general and special education; obtaining a Master's degree in special education from the University of Northern Colorado and a second Master's in education leadership from the University of Wyoming. After serving as a local district director of special education and Title I in Platte County SD #1, Peg worked as a special education consultant and advocate for students with disabilities and their families before beginning work with the Wyoming Department of Education. While there she served as a consultant in special education, Director of Title I and Federal Programs under NCLB, and finally as the State Director of Special Education for WY. From 2006-2012 Peg served on the board of the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDE) including serving as President of that organization. Peg began her work as the Assistant Commissioner for Exceptional Student Services for the Colorado Department of Education in February of 2012. Prior to retiring July 2021, Peg served as the Student Support Services Director and Interim Superintendent for Park County School District 6. Her work included behavioral health and suicide prevention collaborating with Healthy Park County.