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Cindy Stevenson

Superintendent

Jeffco Public Schools

HQ Phone:  (303) 279-6511

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Jeffco Public Schools

100 Jefferson County Parkway

Golden, Colorado,80419

United States

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JCHS is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to protect, preserve and promote the history of Jefferson County. JCHS members contribute their time and financial support to collect, preserve and interpret local history, ensuring a legacy that enriches the ... more

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Campaign donations to recall effort and new Jeffco board members "pay off" for former superintendent

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After Thursday night's Jefferson County Public Schools Board of Education work session, former Jeffco Superintendent Cindy Stevenson can rest assured the $7,850 she spent recalling three reform members of the board will likely move her one step closer to working in the district again.
According to the Colorado Secretary of State's website, Stevenson - whose reported address is in Boulder, not Jeffco - donated $3,000 to Jeffco United for Action, the union-funded group that recalled three members of the previous board. Additionally, she gave $2,000 to board president Ron Mitchell's campaign, $1,000 to member Ali Lasell's campaign, $700 to Amanda Stevens' and Brad Rupert's campaigns, and $450 to Susan Harmon's campaign. According to the Denver Post Stevenson announced she would retire just days after the conservative majority was elected in 2013. "Stevenson said she knew then that the new majority - Ken Witt, John Newkirk and Julie Williams - would want a change in leadership, but she planned to stay on through June 30," the Denver Post report said. Her last day was Feb. 21, 2014. "My concern really stems from letters we received from a half-dozen community members who said, 'You know Dr. Stevenson is not allowed to be on Jeffco schools property,' " Mitchell said in reference to a paragraph in the agreement that says Stevenson cannot volunteer or work in the district again. "My concern really stems from letters we received from a half-dozen community members who said, 'You know Dr. Stevenson is not allowed to be on Jeffco schools property,' " Mitchell said in reference to a paragraph in the agreement that says Stevenson cannot volunteer or work in the district again. Hess clarified that Stevenson can be on school grounds, just not part of the system. Tags: Cindy Stevenson, Jeffco Public Schools, Jefferson County board of Education Comments are closed.


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.


Information About Arvada CO & Arvada Homes for Sale

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I'm confident that our great teachers will work tirelessly to ensure that our students are career and college ready by the time they graduate," said Jefferson county Superintendent Dr. Cindy Stevenson.


Love Our Schools Luncheon - Jeffco Schools Foundation

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Click below to watch Dr. Cindy Stevenson's Tribute video...
Picture 2015 Norma Anderson Lifetime Service Award Dr. Cindy Stevenson A graduate of Jefferson County Schools, Dr. Cindy Stevenson dedicated her 41-year career to the students of Jeffco Public Schools as a teacher, administrator and, ultimately, as a Colorado- and nationally-recognized superintendent. Dr. Stevenson prioritized student success by promoting the teaching profession, collaborating and engaging with school employees, parents and the business communities. She currently serves as the Director of the Colorado Association of School Executives Leadership Initiative.


Accountability | Support Jeffco Kids

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But wait - in February of 2014, Dr. Cindy Stevenson was still the Superintendent of Jeffco Public Schools AND the "reformers" had only had two meetings since their election and the only action they took was hiring their own attorney, breaking the open records law!


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