School Board


Weld RE-4 Board of Education


 

Board of Education

Board of Education Members:
 
Regan Price, Tempy Bowman, Carlene Irion, Chris Perkins, Jennifer Lieber

The Board of Education will have two seats up for election November 7, 2017. Director District Seats A and C will be up for election for  4 year terms. Petition packets and information for running for the seats will be available at the District Office, 1020 Main Street, starting August 9, 2017. 

You must be a registered elector of the school district for at least 12 consecutive months before the election and a resident of the director district which you are running for.  Please click on the director district seat map below.

RE-4 School Director District Seat Map

9/6/17--- As there are not more candidates than offices to be filled at the election nor were there any write-in candidates by the deadline, the Board of Education will be taking action at their next regular board meeting, September 18 to cancel the election. The  candidates who turned in and had their petitions certified by the deadline will be deemed elected by acclamation  and will be sworn in at the November board meeting. 

Notice of Intent to be a Candidate for School Director Seat C - Brad Irion
Notice of Intent to be a Candidate for School Director Seat A- Christopher Perkins 


Year Elected or Appointed Name
(click on name below to email)
Address Director District Term Expires
2017 Christopher Perkins 2114 Cape Hatteras Dr, Windsor,
CO 80550
A 2017
2015 Regan Price 346 Buffalo Drive, Windsor, CO 80550 B 2019
2009 Carlene Irion 34037 WCR 23, Windsor, CO 80550 C 2017
2015 Jennifer Lieber 34175 County Rd. 19,
Windsor, CO 80550
D 2019
2011 Tempy Bowman 113 Rock Bridge Ct. Windsor, CO 80550 E 2019

Weld RE-4 School District Board members are taxpayers, parents, business people, community residents, and school volunteers. They all share a deep commitment to providing a sound education to all young people living in the district. The five members are elected from director districts for four-year terms. They represent parents as well as residents without children in school. Board members serve without pay and contribute many hours each month to fulfilling their responsibilities. As the policy-making body, the Board is responsive to the community values and needs while acting within the framework of state and federal laws.
Links:

Board Policies
Meeting Agendas
Meeting Minutes