Last night, Jeffco and Broomfield voters re-elected the three of us to Keep Jeffco Moving Forward. Thank you so much for all of your support along the way!
These things don't happen by accident. We won because of the 319 volunteers who knocked doors, made phone calls, staffed tables at events, and visited senior living facilities. We won because of strong grassroots support that never waned on social media. We won because of great partnerships with parents, teachers, and other community members.
And we won because we're doing right by Jeffco kids. It's been a tough two years, and we have some tough years ahead. But every step of the way, we'll make our decisions based on what will serve the 86,000 students in Jeffco Public Schools.
Please continue to stay in touch with us. Keep up with our board meetings at http://www.jeffcopublicschools.org/about/board/board_meetings, and sign up to receive our board's official communications at http://www.jeffcopublicschools.org/about/publications/newsletters.
Thank you again. With your continued support, we will keep Jeffco moving forward, together.
Brad, Susan, and Ron
Brad is a parent of Jeffco graduates. He is a practicing business attorney. Brad has served as Board President of the Arvada Chamber of Commerce, Board President of Arvada Community Food Bank, President of Arvada-Jefferson Kiwanis, and volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.
Susan is an involved Jeffco parent of two. She earned her undergraduate degree from CU-Boulder and her J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law. She currently owns her own family law firm in Lakewood. She is passionate about supporting her community and schools through past service on PTA boards, and accountability committees in her children’s schools and her continued service as a volunteer.
Ron is a grandfather of 8 and has dedicated his career to Jeffco kids. He graduated from Arvada High School, taught in Jeffco and then earned his Master’s in School Administration. He served as Principal at Alameda HS for 10 years and at Columbine HS for 8 years. In his retirement, he continues to help improve Jeffco schools.