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Lewis-Palmer School District 38
Phone: (719) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: j***@***.org
Local Address: Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
Lewis-Palmer School District
1315 Lake Woodmoor Drive
Monument, Colorado 80132
United States

Company Description: Lewis-Palmer School District #38 serves Northern El Paso County, including the Monument, Palmer Lake, Woodmoor and Black Forest areas.
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John Borman Principal
Vol. 11 No. 3 - March 5, 2011, 5 Mar 2011 [cached]
Lewis-Palmer D-38 Board of Education, Feb. 3 and Feb. 17: District picks Borman as new superintendent, discusses long-range plan
District picks Borman as new superintendent, discusses long-range plan
Below: LPHS Principal John Borman was picked Feb. 17 to become the new superintendent of Lewis-Palmer School District 38. Photo provided by D-38.
The Lewis-Palmer District 38 Board of Education selected Lewis-Palmer High School Principal John Borman as its new superintendent, effective July 1, 2011.
A field of 23 candidates was considered for the position. Three finalists were interviewed in mid-February by several committees of staff, community residents, and parents, with the final selection announced at the board's Feb. 17 meeting.
Borman has been principal of Lewis-Palmer High School (LPHS) since 2007. Prior to that he was principal of Northridge High School in Greeley and held other administrative positions in Greeley and Aurora. He began his career as a high school English teacher in 1987.
I wish John Borman the best in his endeavor to turn this district around.
Seated at the front (L to ..., 6 Aug 2011 [cached]
Seated at the front (L to R): Ben DeGrow, a senior policy analyst for the Education Policy Center and representative of the Independence Institute; Kayla McGannon, Colorado advocacy director for Stand for Children; State Senator Keith King; Randy DeHoff, director of Strategic Growth for GOAL Academy; Mark Hyatt, executive director of the Colorado Charter School Institute; John Borman, superintendent of the Lewis Palmer School District; and State Senator Mark Scheffel.
John Borman, superintendent of the Lewis Palmer School District, spoke of neighborhood schools and traditional education. He said that it is the moral and ethical duty of the public school system to accept all students and support them through graduation. The system welcomes all individuals, regardless of need or ability.
Borman said that choice in education is a healthy development; available within the system in terms of Monument Academy, magnet schools, cooperation with the community college system, and specialized course offerings.
Borman spoke of his background as a principal in Greeley, with a diverse population and a large number of at-risk students. Through his efforts many students there became the first in their families to graduate from high school.
Borman said Lewis Palmer district parents are well-educated and wish to be involved in the district. Eighty-five percent of D-38's graduates attend college and the graduation rate is 94 percent. Test scores and participation in Advanced Placement programs place D-38 students at the top of the state in achievement.
Borman added that he views the district as an ongoing work in progress, with continued efforts to pinpoint how the curriculum can be improved and to assist those who need extra help. He believes that the feeling of belonging to a school and a district is important, as are the relationships between students and teachers.
Panel Experts include County Commissioners Peggy Littleton and Darryl Glenn, Monument Mayor Travis Easton, C.S. Chamber of Commerce President David Csintyan, D-38 Superintendent John Borman, D-20 Superintendent Mark Hatchell, D-12 Superintendent Walt Cooper, GOAL Academy Director of Strategic Growth Randy DeHoff, CDE Assistant Commissioner Leanne Emm, D-20 Chief Financial Officer Tom Gregory, and Independence Institute Director of CO Transparency Project Amy Oliver Cooke.
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John Borman, Principal
Below: (L to R) Superintendent John ..., 2 July 2011 [cached]
Below: (L to R) Superintendent John Borman and board President John Mann ponder budget issues.
The Board of Education of the Lewis-Palmer School District met with its new superintendent, John Borman, at a work session on June 2.
Using that list as a basis for discussion, Borman expressed his views on the district's future. He said that while the relationships between the district and the families of students are critical, the cutbacks in intervention could be damaging.
Borman and board President John Mann agreed.
For this reason, Borman agreed that restoring intervention can be critical to retain students in the district.
Borman commented that, as a principal, he met each year with families who had done research on the local districts and chose Lewis-Palmer. He added that the district should identify the things it does better than others.
Borman said that enrollment figures for the coming year are ahead of last year's at this time. If the trend continues, this could bring additional revenue to the district. He also said that negotiations with Advantage 3, the firm that arranges branding of district assets, continue.
In a brief discussion of teacher funding, Borman said that $200,000 has been set aside in the budget to allow for the hiring of additional teachers during the summer if it appears that enrollment increases significantly. He said that at Bear Creek Elementary, it appears a new math teacher will be needed at the sixth-grade level.
Board member Robb Pike, Wangeman and Superintendent Borman have been meeting with officials from Monument Academy and reported that they have not reached an agreement on a new contract.
Borman reported that he has met with many individuals, the Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis, and other groups in the past few months. He is scheduled to speak to the Tri-Lakes Women's Club in the near future.
He said that the high school graduations were successful and thanked New Life Church for waiving its fees to allow the ceremonies to be moved there from the Air Force Academy because of heightened security.
Referring to a newspaper article, Borman recommended that the district not seek to receive funding from the Gates Foundation to create a new system of teacher assessment. He said it would be unwise to devote time and resources to such a project at this time.
Borman also said that curriculum mapping in the district is a priority.
John Borman makes $58,000 more a year than our governor. Borman has 600 employees and 37,000 stakeholders, whereas John Hickenlooper has 60,000 employees and 4.7 million stakeholders.
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