Board Committees

Each member of the Board serves on at least one standing committee. After committee meetings the committee may ask the administrative team for more background information or data, or refer the topic to the Board Agenda for full board discussion and action. Committees take no action, but serve as a conduit for bring agenda items to the full Board in a more efficient and productive manner. Following full Board discussion, a topic may be dropped, referred back to administration for additional work, referred back to committee for additional review or revision, or scheduled for action at a Board meeting.


Facilities Advisory Committee
Finance Advisory CommitteeNegotiations CommitteePolicy Advisory Committee
The committee is the first forum for discussion of the district’s facility needs. The committee shall provide the first input into short and long-range facility plans and shall work with the administrative team and the Finance Advisory Committee on revenue allocation for capital projects.
Service areas include Buildings and Grounds, Food Services, and Transportation.
Board representative: Brad Kohlwes.
Meetings are held in the Library at the Middle/High School Building
This committee considers district finances and business practices that may be acted upon by the Board of Directors. This may include various school district financial funds, administrative salaries, and teacher salary negotiations, The committee shall also consider district growth topics, transportation, building and grounds, and any other topics with significant financial impact that need to be acted upon by the Board.
Board representative: Traci Nessa.
Meetings are held in the Business Manager’s office at 4:30 p.m. monthly.
This committee represents the board in conversations with the CNEA (Colo-NESCO Education Association). Service areas include Contracts and Labor Relations.

Board representative: Jon Cutler.
Meetings will be held as needed.
This committee reviews policy, recommends changes and oversees the three-year review cycle for policies. Changes recommended by the committee are presented to the Board of Directors for approval. The committee shall be responsible for any Board of Education evaluations, for consideration of Board development activities, and for reviewing and updating Board goals.
Board representative: Kelly Hendrick.
The committee meets monthly
School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC) Board AG Advisory FoundationAssessors Board of Review
This committee considers curriculum, staff development, student achievement and other similar topics that may be acted upon by the Board of Directors.
Board representatives: Levi Bappe
SIAC meetings are held quarterly from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM on the dates scheduled.
Board Representative: Joel NiemeyerBoard Representative: John FullerBoard Representative: John Fuller