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This profile was last updated on 8/19/11  and contains information from public web pages.

Lone Glenwood Springs-area Repres...

Roaring Fork School District Re-1
 
Background

Employment History

  • Glenwood Springs Representative
    Roaring Fork School District Re-1
  • Board Director
    Re-1
  • Board Director
    Re-1 Valley Schools

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Rovig to seek re-election to ...
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Rovig to seek re-election to Re-1 school board
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Rovig to seek re-election to Re-1 school board
Two prospective candidates have also taken out petitions to run in District D Glenwood Springs Post Independent Myles Rovig
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Myles Rovig GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado - Myles Rovig, currently the lone Glenwood Springs-area representative on the Roaring Fork School District Re-1 Board of Education, will seek another four-year term on the school board.
"I have had lots of folks suggest that I continue on the board, so it's always good to get support in that way," said Rovig, 63, who ran uncontested for his District D seat four years ago.
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As of Thursday, however, no other candidates had formally announced if they indeed plan to challenge Rovig for the seat. Names of persons taking out a petition are not released by the school district until a petition is turned in.
"I am hoping for a good dialogue," Rovig said of the prospect for a contested race.
Especially with the district's plan to implement the new Moving On student placement model when the 2011-12 school year starts Aug. 29, he said it's important to maintain continuity on the school board.
The new system places students in reading and math instruction according to their level of proficiency in those subjects, rather than allowing students to progress simply based on their grade level.
"This is something we have been developing for a couple of years now," Rovig said.
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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado - Myles Rovig, currently the lone Glenwood Springs-area... ');" onmouseout="return hideTextPreview(this);" class="entry-title">Rovig to seek re-election to Re-1 school board Copyright 2011 Glenwood Springs Post Independent. All rights reserved.
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Rovig to seek re-election to Re-1 school board Posted August 19, 2011 in Latest Local News by admin
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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado - Myles Rovig, currently the lone Glenwood Springs-area representative on the Roaring Fork School District Re-1 Board of Education, will seek another four-year term on the school board.
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www.postindependent.com, 23 April 2010 [cached]
The cover of Myles Rovig's new book, "Top Ten Trues for Teens - What Parents Need (and Kids Want)."
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The cover of Myles Rovig's new book, "Top Ten Trues for Teens - What Parents Need (and Kids Want)."
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The cover of Myles Rovig's new book, "Top Ten Trues for Teens - What Parents Need (and Kids Want)."
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A Glenwood Springs representative on the Roaring Fork School District Re-1 Board of Education, Rovig bases his advice on the concept of "truisms," or statements that are commonly understood to be true, but which maybe need a little explaining.
The booklet is targeted at kids, generally from about age 10 to 16, as much as it is their parents. It includes a Kids Intro at the front of the book, and a note to parents in back.
The 29-page book is purposely short, "so kids will read it, and parents will understand it," Rovig writes in the parents note.
"We raised our own kids [two sons and two daughters] primarily in Woodland Park, and at the time we were big into Boy Scouts and activities with the troop," Rovig said. "We had a lot of opportunities to have family gatherings and outings, and got to know our different members and their parents pretty well."
The common experience helped them share different viewpoints on matters, not only to their own children, but to each others' kids, too.
"The proof is in the product because, as it turned out, all of our kids have done very well in life and are now raising their own kids in a fine manner," Rovig said. "I thought maybe there was some commonality with the characteristics we were teaching our kids, so I sat down and wrote an outline."
The 10 "trues" covered in the book include such things as trust, self pride, love and respect, with some notes on playing nice, working things out, and even "the talk."
"Please understand that ultimately you are in charge of your body and you will decide the level of respect you will give it," Rovig writes in the chapter titled "What a great body - cherish it."
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"It's mostly directed at the tweenies," Rovig said of the pre-teen and early teen years the booklet is intended for.
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Rovig is also working with the various local agencies that serve youth to have copies on hand as a resource for parents.
Roaring Fork School District ...
www.postindependent.com, 1 April 2011 [cached]
Roaring Fork School District board member Myles Rovig questioned Gov. John Hickenlooper (not shown) about cuts to education funding during a luncheon meeting with community business leaders. Jenna Weatherred, publisher of the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, at front, and others listened as Rovig discussed the painful cuts being considered for the school district.
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Roaring Fork School District board member Myles Rovig questioned Gov. John Hickenlooper (not shown) about cuts to education funding during a luncheon meeting with community business leaders. Jenna Weatherred, publisher of the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, at front, and others listened as Rovig discussed the painful cuts being considered for the school district.
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Roaring Fork School District board member Myles Rovig questioned Gov.
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Jenna Weatherred, publisher of the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, at front, and others listened as Rovig discussed the painful cuts being considered for the school district.
"This is a very difficult decision, ...
www.postindependent.com, 7 April 2011 [cached]
"This is a very difficult decision, and I've listened carefully to all of what you've had to say," Re-1 board member Myles Rovig said in addressing the crowd after a more-than two-hour long meeting.
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"This is not a good situation in which to make this decision, but my overwhelming desire is to accept [Re-1 Superintendent Judy Haptonstall's] recommendation," Rovig said.
All three school board members who were present for the meeting, Rovig, Bob Johnson and Bill Lamont, supported the recommendation.
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