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Board of Education Overview
The Board of Education determines district policies and provides strategic guidance to ensure every student develops the enduring knowledge, skills and character to thrive in a changing world. Board members serve as representatives of the community in providing direction for Roaring Fork Schools programs and ensuring that the school system operates efficiently and effectively. In fulfilling this responsibility, the board concerns itself primarily with adopting policy, planning school services, and evaluating the quality and effectiveness of district services.

The Board of Education meets regularly during the school year--typically on the second and fourth Wednesdays, starting at 5:30pm. All regular meetings are open to the public. See the Board Meeting Dates for a full schedule
Board of Education
Board Election
November 5, 2019 Board of Education school director candidates:
-Amy Connerton (District D)
-Shane Larson (District D)
-Jasmin Ramirez (District D)
-Maureen Stepp (District C)
-Natalie Torres (District B)

Write-in candidates:
-Matthew Cova (District B)
-Molly Peterson (District C)
WHICH BOARD MEMBER REPRESENTS MY DISTRICT?
Learn more about the board candidates
Board Goals
In 2018-19, the board committed to accomplishing the following three goals:

1. Higher structure board meetings

2. Greater involvement with and connection to the community and in partnerships as part of the Roaring Fork Schools team, to improve district engagement and to maximize board member talents

3. Deepen knowledge of educational pedagogies and board governance practices

Goals for the 2019-20 school year will be created after the November school board election.