Adams 14 board president resigns


Adams 14 board of education President Ramona Lewis resigned. The announcemenet came from the district July 19; the resignation took effect July 17.

Her term on the board began in 2019. A press statement said Lewis "demonstrated her strong leadership and unwavering commitment to the district's students and community." She was part of the process to hire Superintendent Karla Loria.

Lewis leaves the board a few months after the state board of education removed the district's accreditation and ordered the district to reorganize.

The district filed an appeal.   

"Together, the board and the superintendent have worked collaboratively to retain the district's local control and, thereby, have worked to ensure a high-quality education that is more equitable and inclusive for all of the district's students," the statement read.

Lewis was an adminsitrative assistant to the district's student services director in 1997. She also; spent 12 years in the Westminster Public Schools -- eight as the superintendent and four as its human resources manager. Lewis also was a policy specialist for the Colorado Association of School Boards.

The statement said the district will post a vacancy and that the remaining board members will vote on someone to fill the vacancy. Lewis' term expires in 2023. Once the board fills the vacancy, the members will choose a new president.

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