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Lori W. Delgado

MA Moderate/Severe Disabilities


To obtain a position to support fellow educators and provide professional development in the area of special education and implementation of special education law and best practices as described in IDEA 2004. 

Work experience

Pinon Mesa Middle School

Aug 20072016

Education Specialist-M/M

Provide instruction, remediation and case management for students receiving special education services. Monitor student growth toward IEP goals and toward mastery of CCSS in general and special education settings. Provide Positive behavior supports and interventions to help build appropriate, in-school behaviors. Work with general education teacher to build comprehensive academic units with access toward curriculum through differentiation. 

SPED TLL 2013-Present

PBIS Team 2013-Present

COST Team 2014-Present

Reflective Coach 2014-Present

Calle Mayor Middle School, Torrance Unified School District

Sep 2005Jun 2007

Education Specialist-Mod/Severe

Provide instruction and academic programming for students with moderate/severe disabilities. 

Inclusion Education Community Partnerships, Oxnard CA

Aug 2004May 2005

Behavioral Specialist

Provide behavioral support for students with ED, Autism and Down syndrome within a general education environment. 


Madera County Office of Education

Oct 2015June 2016

Added Authorization-Orthopedic Impairment

Complete 12 semester units toward obtaining an added authorization in the area of physical disabilities. Proposed date of completion: June 2016

California State University, San Bernardino

Jan 2014May 2014

Mild/Moderate Course Work

Completed 4 semester units toward obtaining a clear Mild/Moderate credential.

California State University, Northridge

Aug 2004Dec 2007

MA Moderate/Severe Disabilities

Completed Master of Arts in Moderate/Severe Disabilities; obtained Clear M/S Credential

Northern Arizona University

Aug 2000May 2004

BS Elementary and Special Education

Completed Bachelors of Science in Elementary and Special Education


  • Possesses in depth knowledge of differentiation and implementation of curriculum for students with varying abilities.
  • Maintains timely communication and collaboration between members of academic teams for students with disabilities, including school to home communication.
  • Provides accurate documentation of student progress toward IEP goals and CCSS across various settings.
  • Maintains legal paperwork, timelines, and documentation relating to students with disabilities.
  • Strong understanding and application of PBIS on a universal and individual basis.
  • Positive participant and collaborator in the PLC process.

Related Experience

Dean/Volunteer Staff- CalYMCA Youth and Government             2008-Present

Provide support to students, advisors and other staff members in order to maintain fidelity and integrity of a statewide program supporting the mission, "Democracy must be learned by each generation." Act as liaison between student groups, hotel and convention center staff, and community members in planning for safety and logistics. 

Administration and Program Assistant, San Gabriel Valley YMCA-Camps E.L.K. and Coulter Pines 2007-2012

Facilitate and assist in enrollment for camp participation. Manage and disburse grant funding for camper scholarships and camp program development. Act as liaison between County of San Bernardino Department of Children's Services, various foster agencies and families to facilitate participation in camp programming. Develop and implement camp programs for youth. Provide program training for camp staff.


  • Mr. Burt Umstead, Principal, Pinon Mesa Middle School;                                                     e: [email protected] t: (760)868-3126
  • Mrs. Kim Miller, Vice Principal, Pinon Mesa Middle School;                                                   e: [email protected] t: (760)868-3126
  • Mr. Tony Overduin, School Psychologist, Snowline Joint Unified School District               e: [email protected] t: (760) 265-0769
  • Mr. Stephen Drengson- Lead Staff, CalYMCA                                                                        e: [email protected] t: (323) 767-4548