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Thank You, CCSD Board of Education

The Cherry Creek School District Board of EducationJanuary is School Board Recognition Month and the Cherry Creek School District is proud to acknowledge the dedicated service and invaluable contributions made by the members of the Cherry Creek Schools Board of Education: David Willman, Karen Fisher, Janice McDonald, Eric Parish and Kelly Bates.

The board members are unpaid volunteers who spend countless hours studying complex issues such as student achievement, equity and school finance. They spend 12 months a year working with lawmakers and educational experts, meeting with district administrators, teachers, staff members, parents and students and attending school and district events. They are responsible for the academic success of 54,700 students, as well as the efficient management of a district with 7,500 full and part-time employees and an annual general fund budget of just over $400 million.

"We are so fortunate in the Cherry Creek School District to have board members who lead by example, with integrity and careful consideration of what is in the best interest of students," said Dr. Harry Bull, superintendent of Cherry Creek Schools. "Their service ensures that decisions about our schools are made by people who are most familiar with the needs of our students and the expectations of our parents and community."

Each board member represents one of the district's five director districts, but they are elected 'at-large' to four-year terms by registered voters via a non-partisan ballot.

Board of Education meetings are generally held at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of the month at one of the Cherry Creek schools.  Contact information for the Board of Education is 720-554-4300 or ccsdboard@cherrycreekschools.org.

Thank you to the board for all that you do!

 

Eric Parish, TreasurerEric Parish

Director District A

Cherry Hills Village Elementary

Dry Creek Elementary

Greenwood Elementary

Heritage Elementary

Holly Ridge Primary/Holly Hills Elementary

Homestead Elementary

Walnut Hills Elementary

Willow Creek Elementary

Campus Middle School

West Middle School

Cherry Creek High School

 

Janice McDonald, SecretaryJanice McDonald

Director District B

Eastridge Community Elementary

Highline Community Elementary

Polton Community Elementary

Ponderosa Elementary

Village East Elementary

Challenge School

Prairie Middle School

Overland High School

 

David Willman, PresidentDave WIllman

Director District C

Arrowhead Elementary

Cimarron Elementary

Independence Elementary

Indian Ridge Elementary

Meadow Point Elementary

Mission Viejo Elementary

Peakview Elementary

Summit Elementary

Trails West Elementary

Horizon Middle School

Laredo Middle School

Smoky Hill High School

 

Kelly Bates, Assistant Secretary-TreasurerKelly Bates

Director District D

Antelope Ridge Elementary

Aspen Crossing Elementary

Buffalo Trail Elementary

Canyon Creek Elementary

Coyote Hills Elementary

Dakota Valley Elementary

Sunrise Elementary

Timberline Elementary

Fox Ridge Middle School

Liberty Middle School

Sky Vista Middle School   

Thunder Ridge Middle School

Cherokee Trail High School

Eaglecrest High School

           

Karen Fisher, Vice-PresidentKaren Fisher

Director District E

Belleview Elementary

Cherry Creek Academy

Cottonwood Creek Elementary

Creekside Elementary

Fox Hollow Elementary

High Plains Elementary

Red Hawk Ridge Elem

Rolling Hills Elementary

Sagebrush Elementary

Falcon Creek Middle School

Grandview High School

Posted 1/10/2018 9:30 AM
 

"We are so fortunate in the Cherry Creek School District to have board members who lead by example, with integrity and careful consideration of what is in the best interest of students ... Their service ensures that decisions about our schools are made by people who are most familiar with the needs of our students and the expectations of our parents and community."

CCSD Superintendent Dr. Harry Bull

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