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2018-19 PTCO Board Members

Erin Carlson, Co-President     |           CoPres1@bfheptco.org

Mitra Kansala, Co-President     |           CoPres2@bfheptco.org

Jen McGoff, VP Communications     | Communications@bfheptco.org

Jenn Stearns, VP Events     |           Events@bfheptco.org

Sarah Welt, VP Hospitality     |           Hospitality@bfheptco.org

Addie Brimhall, Co-Chair Hospitality   |        Hospitality@bfheptco.org

Abby Langum, Co-Chair Hospitality   |        Hospitality@bfheptco.org

Sarah Brinkley, VP School Support     |           Support@bfheptco.org

Megan VanStone, Bookkeeping Treasurer     |           Treasurer@bfheptco.org

Jennifer Rittenhouse, Deposit Treasurer     |           Deposit@bfheptco.org

Pam Holloway, Disbursement Treasurer  |  Disbursement@bfheptco.org

Tracy Kurtz, Secretary     |           Secretary@bfheptco.org

Kerri Richter, Ways & Means     |          Waysmeans@bfheptco.org

Nikki Kingzett, Chair Directory |           PastPres@bfheptco.org

Jenn McGoff, Past President     |            Pastpres2@bfheptco.org

Jessica Drummund, Fun Run Chair      

Julie McGuniness, Chair Muffins w/Mom and Doughnuts with Dads

Pam Holloway, Auction Chair


 

 
2018-19 PTCO Meetings 
6:00pm-7:30pm in the school library
All meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month
Get to know our teachers and staff better with some of their favorite things!

2018-2019 P.A.S.S. Meetings
The District P.A.S.S. (Partnerships for Academically Successful Students) is comprised of parents, Cherry Creek teachers and administrators, and community members. P.A.S.S. supports the district's goal of Inclusive Excellence and is a critical component of systemic equity transformation. P.A.S.S. at the district level, is led by the Executive Director of Inclusive Excellence and supported by the P.A.S.S. Steering Committee, and serves the purpose of engaging community members in meaningful and effective partnerships that lead to positive outcomes for all students, but more specifically, students of color. P.A.S.S. is a structure that fosters the intentional building of relationships between the school and the parent communities in an effort to create an inclusive learning environment for all students. P.A.S.S. also gives parents and guardians of students of color voice and direct access to administration.
6:00pm-7:30pm in the school library
September 12
November 14
December 13
February 13
March 12
April 10


 

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