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Principals from across the district: Achieving potential

The tools of the teaching profession are constantly changing, but the outcome remains constant — helping all children achieve their individual potentials. Our success is measured one precious child at a time.

This achievement has to be individualized, continuous and steady without gaps or wasted years. If there is a crowded elementary school with inadequate learning opportunities, there will be problems in middle school. Short change the middle schoolers, and high school will be that much harder. High school is our last chance to prepare students for their lives ahead.

We need appropriate space and facilities at all levels. Fixing only one school, one program or one teaching opportunity won’t get our students to the top of their education needs. Cheat a student, and we cheat a life.



Our school district has created a master plan — well researched, cost effective and available for all to investigate. Please give us improved school facilities at every level and for every program, insured room for growth, sound financial planning and your support of the teachers and educators as we joyfully awaken creative expression and knowledge.

We, the undersigned principals from across all schools in the district support the master plan and urge you to vote “yes” on 3A and 3B. Please help us help kids.



Michele Miller,

Soda Creek Elementary, principal

Amy Bohmer,

Soda Creek Elementary,

assistant principal

Tracy Stoddard,

Strawberry Park Elementary,

principal

Jenny Krentz,

Strawberry Park Elementary,

assistant principal

Jerry Buelter,

Steamboat Springs Middle School,

principal

Heidi Chapman-Hoy,

Steamboat Springs Middle School,

assistant principal

Brandon LaChance,

North Routt Charter School,

principal

Marty Lamansky,

Yampa Valley High School,

principal

Kevin Taulman,

Steamboat Springs High School,

principal

Steamboat Springs


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