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Cindy Stevenson

Superintendent

Jefferson County Fairgrounds

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Jefferson County Fairgrounds

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This 338-bed, acute-care hospital, located in Wheat Ridge has served the Denver area and Jefferson County since 1905. Lutheran has been recognized for quality and patient satisfaction by numerous national healthcare rating agencies, placing it among the top pe...more

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Board of Directors - Community First FoundationCommunity First Foundation

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Cynthia Stevenson, Ph.D.
Instructor School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver Cynthia Stevenson, Ph.D. Instructor School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver "I believe that giving to others is core to a satisfying life. The charities closest to my heart include education and caring for animals." Cynthia has served on Community First Foundation's Board of Directors since January 2015. She also serves as a member of the Community Impact Committee. She is currently a senior instructor for the School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver. She also serves as a Senior Consultant for the Public Education and Business Coalition (PEBC). She retired from the Jefferson County School District after more than 40 years as a teacher, principal, deputy superintendent and superintendent. While at Jeffco Public Schools, Cynthia was selected by her peers as Colorado Superintendent of the Year and was a finalist for the national award in 2010. She was named a National Leader to Learn From by Education Week in 2013 and was a recipient of PEBC's Cal Frazier Investing in Education Award in 2014.


Events | Great Education Colorado

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Recipient of this award have included Dr. Cynthia Stevenson, former Superintendent of Jefferson County School District, and Colorado's superintendents.


Who will Great Education Colorado honor this year? | Great Education Colorado

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The first recipient of this award is Dr. Cynthia Stevenson, former Superintendent of the Jefferson County School District.
Dr. Cynthia Stevenson Jefferson County Student, Teacher, Administrator and Superintendent A graduate herself of Jefferson County Schools, Dr. Stevenson has dedicated her career to the students of Jeffco as a teacher, administrator and, ultimately, as the state- and nationally-recognized superintendent of her district. Always prioritizing student success by promoting the teaching profession, engaging the parent and business communities, and leading by example, Dr. Stevenson's career exemplifies the kind of educational excellence and dedication that Vicki Mattox strived to make possible through her own work and civic involvement. Congratulations, Dr. Cindy Stevenson. Thank you for your years of service to Jeffco Schools students, employees and the Jeffco community. Thank you Cindy for your commitment to the students, families and staff off Jefferson County these many years.


Denver PR Expertise | Internationally Recognized Scholar and Author Dr. Yong Zhao Headlines PEBC Annual Luncheon April 24

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PEBC to Honor 2014 Cal Frazier Investing in Education Award Winners Kenzo Kawanabe and Cynthia Stevenson
The luncheon will also honor 2014 Cal Frazier Investing in Education Award recipients Kenzo Kawanabe, partner at Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, and Cynthia Stevenson, Ph.D., retired superintendent of Jefferson County Public Schools. At the Annual Luncheon, PEBC will honor 2014 Cal Frazier Investing in Education Award recipients Kenzo Kawanabe and Dr. Cynthia Stevenson. Stevenson has been involved with Jeffco Public Schools for more than 40 years as a teacher, principal, deputy superintendent, and most recently, superintendent for the past 12 years. Her work has always focused on classroom excellence and building capacity in teachers and leaders. Stevenson was selected as Colorado Superintendent of the Year in 2010 and as a national Leader to Learn From by Education Week in 2013. She was honored with the Wayne Carle Legacy Award for Diversity and the University of Colorado at Denver Alumni Leadership Award. She has served on numerous community boards including St. Anthony's Hospital, Jeffco Economic Development, the Governor's Educational Leadership Council, and the Red Rocks Community College Advisory Board.


Noble Call - The Ogg Family Ministry Center

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Jefferson County School District Superintendent Cindy Stevenson said home-schooling works if parents undertake the job with pure intentions.
"I think it is a viable option for parents that have very strong value systems and want to keep their kids home in order to instill those values through education," she said. Stevenson said she respects parents who undertake home-schooling, but feels public school is a great choice. "I'm a public school advocate, I feel we are great for all kids," Stevenson said.


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