2023 Pikes Peak Region

D49 – Falcon 

School Board Candidates

Candidates presented in Alphabetical Order

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Political Leanings

As a candidate in a nonpartisan School Board election, you are not officially associated with any specific political party.  How would you describe your political leanings (socially, fiscally, etc.) and why do you define yourself in this way?

Your Experience and Vision

What experience (personal, professional, other) would you bring to your role as School Board Member that will benefit your district?  What is your vision to help ensure the highest quality education for your district’s students?

Improving Schools

What are the primary strengths and weaknesses of your district’s schools?  How can your district make public school a more attractive choice for local families?

Curriculum

What types of curricula, including library books and materials, do you believe should be added or removed from your district’s schools?  Why?

Financial Stewardship

Depending on the size of their district, School Board Members decide how to spend $10s of millions of dollars, or even $100s of millions, in taxpayer money each year.  How would you seek to prioritize the funds being stewarded by your district’s School Board?

Securing Constitutional Liberties

In recent years, established freedoms, including that of speech, peaceable assembly, exercise of religion, and medical autonomy, have been impacted by various mandates adopted by schools across America.  As an elected representative of the citizens of your district, how would you seek to secure the Constitutional liberties of your schools’ students and staff?

Parental Role

What do you consider to be a parent’s role in a child’s education?  Do you believe that any information about a student should ever be withheld from a parent?

Sex Ed

Why do you support or oppose comprehensive sexuality education, including LGBT health and relationship information, in public schools K to 12?  What are your positions regarding age appropriateness, curriculum transparency, and opt-out policies?

Gender Issues

Explain your positions regarding teaching and discussing gender issues in the classroom, including the use of “preferred pronouns”?

School Safety

As a School Board member, what will you do to help assure a safe and secure environment for both the students and staff of your district?

School Board Meetings

What do believe is the correct balance between the authority of School Boards and the rights of the public to present their views during School Board meetings?

MIKE HEIL

Candidate Information

Campaign Website URL:       www.MikeHeilForD49.com

Email Address:       MHForD49@yahoo.com

Occupation/Vocation:       Mainframe Systems Engineer

Military Background:       US Navy veteran

Resident of Pikes Peak Region & District:       7 years

Political Leanings

As a candidate in the Colorado Springs nonpartisan municipal election, you are not officially associated with any specific political party. How would you describe your political leanings (socially, fiscally, etc.) and why do you define yourself in this way?

I am a registered independent and that is how I identify. I find dogmatic adherence to any specific ideology to be counter-productive. I see them all as tools in a toolbox, and I choose the right one for the job.

Your Experience and Vision

What experience (personal, professional, other) would you bring to your role as School Board Member that will benefit your district?  What is your vision to help ensure the highest quality education for your district’s students?

As a systems engineer I’m accustomed to solving complex problems in a collaborative environment, and having to rely on experts in other specialties to do so. In my professional experience, both as a leader and the led, I find that empowerment is the most effective style, and the one I intend to employ.

Improving Schools

What are the primary strengths and weaknesses of your district’s schools?  How can your district make public school a more attractive choice for local families?

The primary strength of D49 is the wealth and breadth of choices – early college, career/technical paths, etc. The primary weakness is our difficulties in attracting and keeping talent. The MLO is a crucial first step in fortifying that weakness.

Curriculum

What types of curricula, including library books and materials, do you believe should be added or removed from your district’s schools?  Why?

Materials such as the “Constitution Alive!” series by David Barton should be removed. Barton may be the most thoroughly discredited person publishing in the field of US History, having had his appropriately-titled book “The Jefferson Lies” yanked from the shelves several years ago. He continues to produce materials indicating, among other absurdities, that Jefferson was a devout Christian, as if the Jefferson Bible was not a thing that exists. It might be fun material as historical fiction, but it has no place in our schools as a trusted resource.

Financial Stewardship

Depending on the size of their district, School Board Members decide how to spend $10s of millions of dollars, or even $100s of millions, in taxpayer money each year.  How would you seek to prioritize the funds being stewarded by your district’s School Board?

My first and last priority will always be the well-being of students. Expenditures that can do the most good for the most students will take precedence. That will always be tempered with the fact that these are public funds, and we owe it to the public to be responsible stewards of their money.

Securing Constitutional Liberties

In recent years, established freedoms, including that of speech, peaceable assembly, exercise of religion, and medical autonomy, have been impacted by various mandates adopted by schools across America.  As an elected representative of the citizens of your district, how would you seek to secure the Constitutional liberties of your schools’ students and staff?

As a Navy vet who reads primary-source US History for fun, defending the Constitution is of primary importance to me. The greatest threat I see to it in our schools is the attempt to indoctrinate our students into a false narrative of the US as a nation founded primarily by and for a particular flavor of religion, contrary to the historical record. The Establishment Clause protects us from these folks in the same way it protects us from Sharia Law.

Parental Role

What do you consider to be a parent’s role in a child’s education?  Do you believe that any information about a student should ever be withheld from a parent?

D49 establishes in policy the right for a parent to direct their child’s education, and I support that. As a former foster parent, I’ve also seen situations where parents are a danger to their child, and the child chooses to withhold information from their parents as a survival strategy. We must recognize that students have rights, too.

Sex Ed

Why do you support or oppose comprehensive sexuality education, including LGBT health and relationship information, in public schools K to 12?  What are your positions regarding age appropriateness, curriculum transparency, and opt-out policies?

Comprehensive sex-ed is public health and welfare concern – it’s proven to reduce teen STDs and teen pregnancies, and those pregnancies often lead to low educational attainment, life-long reliance on public support, etc. It should always be age-appropriate, and parents do and should have the right to opt-out their students. As a parent myself, I’m mature enough to give my child potentially life- saving information about sexual health, but she is not mature enough to hear it from her dad. I’m very happy to outsource that to a trusted educator.

Gender Issues

Explain your positions regarding teaching and discussing gender issues in the classroom, including the use of “preferred pronouns”?

This seems like such a manufactured controversy. We’ve had students going by nicknames or middle names for eons and it has never been an issue. Calling a child by a different pronoun doesn’t alter who they are, either. It seems like it’s an issue that is directly targeting a protected class, which is discrimination and illegal. I can appreciate some of the concerns regarding transitioning, but those concerns revolve around medical decisions involving a doctor and a parent, which are way beyond the purview of school staff. A parent’s right to direct the education of their child includes the right to ask staff to use preferred pronouns when addressing their child.

School Safety

As a School Board member, what will you do to help assure a safe and secure environment for both the students and staff of your district?

Our security profile has a noteworthy gap – not every elementary school has an armed security officer. I would like to find the funding to remedy that. Otherwise, we have to be cautious about turning our schools into militarized zones where our students feel oppressed and it interferes with learning. I strongly endorse the use of soft tools such as Safe2Tell as a method to intervene before violence can occur.

School Board Meetings

What do believe is the correct balance between the authority of School Boards and the rights of the public to present their views during School Board meetings?

As someone who has used public forum, I appreciate that opportunity to exercise my right, and I also appreciate the responsibility of the board to manage that in a way that maintains a safe environment for productive dialog. We always have to remember that there are students present, and decorum is important, not only for their sense of safety, but also for the example we are providing them. It’s also important to remember that public forum is not the only opportunity constituents have to engage with their board. Emails can be much more productive, and lead to developing dialogs.

MARIE LA VERE-WRIGHT

Candidate Information

Campaign Website URL:       www.ElectMarieD49.com

Email Address:       ElectMaried49DD3@gmail.com

Occupation/Vocation:       STEM Educator

Military Background:       Military Spouse

Resident of Pikes Peak Region & District:       18 years

Political Leanings

As a candidate in the Colorado Springs nonpartisan municipal election, you are not officially associated with any specific political party. How would you describe your political leanings (socially, fiscally, etc.) and why do you define yourself in this way?

I would describe myself as fiscally conservative, socially moderate, and strongly supportive of our constitution and the ideals it represents. As someone who has lived in places where my faith has been in the minority and where it has been in the majority, I especially value the right to practice my faith, and the right of others to practice the faith of their choosing, or to choose not to practice a faith without governmental interference. My faith, the ideals outlined in the constitution, and the respect and value for the dignity of each individual person are core values that drive me personally.

Your Experience and Vision

What experience (personal, professional, other) would you bring to your role as School Board Member that will benefit your district?  What is your vision to help ensure the highest quality education for your district’s students?

I am a scientist by training and teacher by trade, having taught in both public and private schools. I currently teach STEM workshops for K-8th grade part-time while raising my children. In D49, I am part of the Enhanced Security Community Advisory Council (ESCAC), Falcon High School School Accountability Committee (SAC), and the Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC). I served 8 years on the D49 board, and D49 was recognized statewide for fiscal transparency, built the first strategic plan, and cultural compass, and regained the trust of the community during my tenure. Equiping and supporting our teachers and re-engaging parents and our community to support our children and our schools is the key to catapulting our students to success.

Improving Schools

What are the primary strengths and weaknesses of your district’s schools?  How can your district make public school a more attractive choice for local families?

D49’s strength is its robust level of choice for families. From the highest rate of concurrent enrollment completion in the region for college-bound students, to trades, agriculture, aviation, medical, and business programs leading to industry certifications, students can find their path. The greatest challenge right now is staff retention. High turnover negatively impacts student achievement and wastes resources as we continually have to train new employees and lose those we trained. Stabilizing the workforce and ensuring we emphasize all the different programs that D49 offers will continue to attract families to D49 schools. These programs were developed by listening to students and families, and we need to continue to do that to ensure we are offering what current students need.

Curriculum

What types of curricula, including library books and materials, do you believe should be added or removed from your district’s schools?  Why?

I believe strongly that the more local curricular decisions can be made, the better. D49 utilized the innovation process to empower individual schools to work with their parent communities through their SACs to choose the best curricula for their students. This is similar to the freedom Charter schools have within our district, and I would like to give our district operated schools the same advantage, empowering schools and families to work together to find what works best for their school. What works best at Evans Elementary may be different than what works at Meridian Ranch, and centralized decision-making does not respect those differences.

Financial Stewardship

Depending on the size of their district, School Board Members decide how to spend $10s of millions of dollars, or even $100s of millions, in taxpayer money each year.  How would you seek to prioritize the funds being stewarded by your district’s School Board?

District 49 led the nation in the process of “backpack budgeting”, pushing student funding to the building level so decisions could be made closest to the students we serve during my prior service. We were recognized by the Independence Institute, and the Colorado Business Journal at the time for moving forward with this reform. Prioritization needs to be the classroom, because our business is education, and that is where we serve our students. Investing in staff retention and training to ensure our students are being served by highly qualified well trained teachers must be our first priority. Ensuring our students are safe, and that our teachers have the supports they need to handle the current education environment is also key.

Securing Constitutional Liberties

In recent years, established freedoms, including that of speech, peaceable assembly, exercise of religion, and medical autonomy, have been impacted by various mandates adopted by schools across America.  As an elected representative of the citizens of your district, how would you seek to secure the Constitutional liberties of your schools’ students and staff?

D49 does not discriminate in these areas; it would be a violation of already established policy including our Cultural Compass. I would expect the district to continue to follow the policies we have in place protecting these freedoms.

Parental Role

What do you consider to be a parent’s role in a child’s education?  Do you believe that any information about a student should ever be withheld from a parent?

Parents are the first and primary educators of their children, know their children best, and our children succeed when parents and schools partner together to support and educate our children. Parents are the expert on their individual child and need to be respected; this is why parents are an essential part of the team in the development if individual Education Plans under IDEA, and applies to all children, not those with special needs. Parents are entitled to all information in student records under FERPA. The only information that can legally withheld from a parent is in cases of suspected abuse/neglect by a parent creating a situation where the school is the mandated reporter.

Sex Ed

Why do you support or oppose comprehensive sexuality education, including LGBT health and relationship information, in public schools K to 12?  What are your positions regarding age appropriateness, curriculum transparency, and opt-out policies?

D49 does not participate in the comprehensive sex education defined in Colorado statute, because our parent community was opposed to it. It does participate in age appropriate health education. All lessons are made available to parents, ensuring transparency, and parents can opt their child out of any portion they wish. This has been the standard practice for the entire time my children have attended D49 schools, from K-12, and is the approach supported by our parent community.

Gender Issues

Explain your positions regarding teaching and discussing gender issues in the classroom, including the use of “preferred pronouns”?

I expect D49 to follow the law.

School Safety

As a School Board member, what will you do to help assure a safe and secure environment for both the students and staff of your district?

D49 implemented the Enhanced Security Community Advisory Council during my prior tenure to utilize the expertise in our community, hear student, parent, and administrative concerns, and propose solutions to the Board of Education. I have served on that Council as a parent representative. I think D49 safety and security budget priorities should align with those endorsed by our community through this advisory group. Increasing security staffing as district budget allows should be our first priority.

School Board Meetings

What do believe is the correct balance between the authority of School Boards and the rights of the public to present their views during School Board meetings?

CANDACE LEHMANN

Candidate Information

Candidate Chose to Not Participate

 

Campaign Website:   www.CandaceForD49.com

Email Address:       CandaceD49DD2@gmail.com

RALENE REVORD

Candidate Information

Campaign Website URL:       www.RaleneForD49.com

Email Address:       TeamRevord@gmail.com

Occupation/Vocation:       Business Owner

Resident of Pikes Peak Region & District:       7 years

Political Leanings

As a candidate in the Colorado Springs nonpartisan municipal election, you are not officially associated with any specific political party. How would you describe your political leanings (socially, fiscally, etc.) and why do you define yourself in this way?

I believe strongly in the traditional American values our country was founded on. Socially, fiscally, and politically my views and beliefs line up with conservative values.

Your Experience and Vision

What experience (personal, professional, other) would you bring to your role as School Board Member that will benefit your district?  What is your vision to help ensure the highest quality education for your district’s students?

I have been fortunate to serve on the Liberty Tree Academy School Board and have been able to bring a parent’s perspective and voice to our board in order to meet the needs of the school and come together to move forward in a positive direction. Being a small business owner has given me a wealth of experience in areas like problem resolution, financial responsibility, collaboration, leadership, initiative, and community interaction that I feel would be valuable to my role as a school board director. I would like to see D49 students excel in academic proficiency and keep parents at the front of their child’s education by keeping them informed and involved.

Improving Schools

What are the primary strengths and weaknesses of your district’s schools?  How can your district make public school a more attractive choice for local families?

D49 has a wonderful and growing community! We have a variety of great school choices equipped with quality teachers to meet the right fit of our D49 families. D49 no doubt needs improvement in academic performance and proficiency. We want our families to feel good about enrolling their children in their local district schools. With academic achievement and proficiency, local families, new families, and community members will feel confident that our children are being equipped with the quality education and tools they will need later in life.

Curriculum

What types of curricula, including library books and materials, do you believe should be added or removed from your district’s schools?  Why?

Curriculum and all other materials and books should be age appropriate. We should be open and transparent and allow for a process for parents to bring concerning items to the attention of the board. School materials should not undermine the values of the community or our families.

Financial Stewardship

Depending on the size of their district, School Board Members decide how to spend $10s of millions of dollars, or even $100s of millions, in taxpayer money each year.  How would you seek to prioritize the funds being stewarded by your district’s School Board?

We should be sure to retain and attract high performing teachers, reward high performance, and make sure that we evaluate all activities to ensure return on investment for our community. Additionally, we should focus funding on specific performance goals.

Securing Constitutional Liberties

In recent years, established freedoms, including that of speech, peaceable assembly, exercise of religion, and medical autonomy, have been impacted by various mandates adopted by schools across America.  As an elected representative of the citizens of your district, how would you seek to secure the Constitutional liberties of your schools’ students and staff?

Our constitution, and specifically our Bill of Rights, protects our God-given, unalienable rights. I will view policy decisions through this lens to ensure adherence, as well as ensure that the administration clearly sets this expectation throughout the district. There also must be a process for anyone in the district to bring forward concerns regarding these rights.

Parental Role

What do you consider to be a parent’s role in a child’s education?  Do you believe that any information about a student should ever be withheld from a parent?

I believe parents are our first and most important teachers and have the responsibility to oversee their child’s education. Parents should ultimately have freedom to make decisions and choices regarding their child’s education. I believe there should be transparency to parents in all things involving their child, including what is being taught in the classroom, or anything else pertaining to their child. Nothing should ever be withheld from parents.

Sex Ed

Why do you support or oppose comprehensive sexuality education, including LGBT health and relationship information, in public schools K to 12?  What are your positions regarding age appropriateness, curriculum transparency, and opt-out policies?

I oppose comprehensive sex education, which includes controversial sex and gender ideology or non-biology based information. I believe parents should have the final say on what their kids learn about sex and when, therefore curriculum must be available for inspection by parents. I prefer that families have the opportunity to opt-in, so that their permission must be sought and granted, rather than an opt-out that gives parents less control.

Gender Issues

Explain your positions regarding teaching and discussing gender issues in the classroom, including the use of “preferred pronouns”?

Controversial social agendas have no place in the classroom. Pronouns should be used based on biological sex and under no circumstances should any person’s speech be compelled, as that would be a violation of freedom of speech.

School Safety

As a School Board member, what will you do to help assure a safe and secure environment for both the students and staff of your district?

As a School Board Member, I desire a safe and secure environment for all our students and staff. I support having trained and armed security at each school every day during school hours and support trained school security to take action if needed, to secure safety for our students and staff.

School Board Meetings

What do believe is the correct balance between the authority of School Boards and the rights of the public to present their views during School Board meetings?

Citizens fund our public education system and their voices should be heard. At the same time, respecting the rights of others includes adhering to allowed time and being respectful while others speak. We are a nation of rules and laws and orderly and respectful civic participation should be encouraged.

DEBRA SCHMIDT

Candidate Information

Campaign Website URL:       None

Email Address:       SchmidtHappens58@yahoo.com

Occupation/Vocation:       Bookkeeper

Resident of Pikes Peak Region & District:       27 years and 24 years

Political Leanings

As a candidate in the Colorado Springs nonpartisan municipal election, you are not officially associated with any specific political party. How would you describe your political leanings (socially, fiscally, etc.) and why do you define yourself in this way?

I am very constitutionally based. We are not a democracy, we are a Republic and we use the democratic process to elect people who represent our values. I believe in the liberty that is spelled out in the Constitution and other founding documents. Liberty protects individuals and the heart of our country, the family. We are currently overtaxed and often that money goes to social and fiscal policies that are many times not what the majority would like to see and disproportionately bad for families.

Your Experience and Vision

What experience (personal, professional, other) would you bring to your role as School Board Member that will benefit your district?  What is your vision to help ensure the highest quality education for your district’s students?

I am the bookkeeper, and on the resource and materials team in our small business. I know how to look at numbers and I know how to make sure we are not wasting money. Currently, a lot of money is being wasted in our school district yet somehow teachers are not being paid well. We have 19 duplicate Social Emotional Learning (SEL) programs right now. These programs are not only controversial, they are expensive. I believe in moving back to honoring parental rights, authority, and accessibility. I believe in focusing on traditional academics and leave the social issues to the parents and their family values.

Improving Schools

What are the primary strengths and weaknesses of your district’s schools?  How can your district make public school a more attractive choice for local families?

I believe there are many good things about our district and our teachers care a great deal for the kids. However, I believe the four Zone model is flawed and results in duplicate expenses and a serious lack of accountability. Our special education departments are not serving students as they should. Much of the content of the Social programs (SEL) are hidden behind contracts that district leaders sign with curriculum companies that keep information from parents as “proprietary” or “copyrighted” material. Many lessons are done online, thus untraceable. We can do better.

Curriculum

What types of curricula, including library books and materials, do you believe should be added or removed from your district’s schools?  Why?

I believe all school library books, like movies, would benefit from ratings. You would not show an X rated movie to a kindergartner, why would we have X rated books available to them on the shelves that only serves to confuse them? Let’s consider rating the books for age appropriateness. I also believe the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) programs could use review and total transparency . Sold as character development, parents trust when they are told that the content is about basic civility and study skills because it supports what they teach at home. There is much social justice in these programs and parents need to know that.

Financial Stewardship

Depending on the size of their district, School Board Members decide how to spend $10s of millions of dollars, or even $100s of millions, in taxpayer money each year.  How would you seek to prioritize the funds being stewarded by your district’s School Board?

We are growing exponentially in D49. We need to build schools. We are wasting money on 19 duplicate Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) programs. I would look at how many administrators we have compared to the teachers and para professionals who are in the classroom daily educating our children. Taxpayers are crunched right now and they do not feel that they are the school district’s ATM machine. We have to look hard at money to see where to budget better.

Securing Constitutional Liberties

In recent years, established freedoms, including that of speech, peaceable assembly, exercise of religion, and medical autonomy, have been impacted by various mandates adopted by schools across America.  As an elected representative of the citizens of your district, how would you seek to secure the Constitutional liberties of your schools’ students and staff?

Free speech is the First Amendment for a reason. Currently I have a pending case against D49 regarding the violation of my constitutionally protected right of free speech. I am standing for the Constitution. I have found people who are on the side of promoting social justice to be vicious in their attempts to impose these ideas on everyone else. Bullies are here in our schools today, trying shut down free speech. They accuse parents of “scaring” or “threatening” them when they speak up following the DOJs example, which ended up being a hoax. I also believe that schools are overstepping the “mental health” and gender issues that are private matters for families to decide.

Parental Role

What do you consider to be a parent’s role in a child’s education?  Do you believe that any information about a student should ever be withheld from a parent?

Information should never be withheld from a parent. As the Supreme Court has decided several times, a parent has the right to direct the education and upbringing of their children. Parents should be able to opt in to programs they believe in. But they have to know what the programs contain first, and this is currently not happening. We must have transparency. I have visited several schools to see the curriculum and there are definitely things being withheld. Parents have the right to know what their children are being taught.

Sex Ed

Why do you support or oppose comprehensive sexuality education, including LGBT health and relationship information, in public schools K to 12?  What are your positions regarding age appropriateness, curriculum transparency, and opt-out policies?

I believe that biology should be taught maybe in 5th or 6th grade when children are physically starting the journey to becoming adults to include the facts of human reproduction. Teaching the values that go with biology belong to families. The frontal cortex of the human brain where decision making is done is not mature until about 25 years of age. Until then parents have the right to direct the education and upbringing of their children. We should have opt-in policies, not opt-out policies which are really just passive consent. Opt-out forms may or may not make it home in a backpack and as a result your child will end up being taught lessons you may have wanted to opt-out.

Gender Issues

Explain your positions regarding teaching and discussing gender issues in the classroom, including the use of “preferred pronouns”?

I do not support teaching or discussing these issues in the classroom with teachers who only have our children for 180 days. Parents and families have each child for a lifetime and it is their values that should prevail. I believe in Colorado that if a parent OKs preferred pronouns for their child then that is what is used. This is short sighted in that it does not consider the other children in the classroom, their possible confusion with it, or how their parents feel about it. If the topic comes up, policy should instruct the teacher to inform the child to ask their parents.

School Safety

As a School Board member, what will you do to help assure a safe and secure environment for both the students and staff of your district?

Security needs to be consistently looked at and improved, which may involve funding choices. Our students and staff are far too important not to keep them physically secure. Safety however is a word that has been corrupted and does not mean what most think it means. The definition of safety now includes a person “feeling” threatened when possibly no threat took place. We cannot keep every person “safe” from the cruelty of others, but we can give our kids coping skills to protect their hearts from such cruelty. Let’s go positive, not negative.

School Board Meetings

What do believe is the correct balance between the authority of School Boards and the rights of the public to present their views during School Board meetings?

I believe the public has every right to redress their government. The school board is part of the government. I believe that the public should be able to speak positively or negatively as long as they keep their comments civil. I believe the public should be given an appropriate 3 minute limit to speak without prioritizing one person’s view or relationship to the district ahead of another. We all want a good education for our children and no one has the total answer to how best to get that done. All views should be heard and considered.

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