Board of Education meetings are typically held on the third Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Learning Center* at the administration building and are open to the public. Portions of meetings may sometimes be closed for private executive session, which is indicated on the meeting agenda. Public comments are taken at the beginning of each regular meeting. In addition, most meetings are live streamed on the district's YouTube channel.
Board of Education members represent separate geographical areas within Lewis-Palmer School District. These areas should not be confused with attendance boundaries; rather, they are intended to divide the district into areas of equal population. Click here for the map of the Board of Education Districts.
The Board serves as a representative of the community in providing direction for district programs and ensuring that the school system is efficiently and effectively operated. In fulfilling this responsibility, the board concerns itself primarily with adopting policy, planning school services, and evaluating the quality and effectiveness of district services. More information is available from the Colorado Association of School Boards.
You may now submit public comments digitally for Board of Education review and to be entered into public record. Should you wish to do so, please submit your comment by clicking here, and it will be entered into record at the next meeting.