The Board of Directors (BOD) is the policy setting and governing entity of the school. We are authorized or “chartered” by Jefferson County to operate this school. RMAE must meet State and County minimum standards. Charter schools are allowed autonomy to choose a core curriculum and campus culture in exchange for assuming financial responsibility for the school campus facilities.
We have one employee, the school Director, who is responsible for the staffing and day-to-day management of the school.
The Board meets at least six times per year, covering topics such as finance and budget, achieving academic standards, Director’s goals and accountability, strategic planning, bylaws and handbooks, BOD evaluation, election of future BOD members, and other pertinent matters.
Contact the RMAE Board: firstname.lastname@example.org
All emails sent to this address are automatically distributed to all Board members.
RMAE and the Board are defined by and governed by our Bylaws and Policy Book. These two documents lay out the basic powers, limitations, responsibilities, and procedures of the Board. Please follow the links below to access these documents.
– Bylaws of the Board of Directors (updated August 11, 2016)
RMAE Board elections are held annually in accordance with the procedures outlined in the Board Bylaws.
News from the BoardSPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT from the RMAE BOARD of DIRECTORS
Seeking Election Subcommittee Volunteer
The RMAE Board of Directors is convening a 3-person Election Subcommittee – consisting of one parent, one teacher/staff member, and the Director – in order to conduct an election to fill three Board seats being vacated at the end of this school year.
Accordingly, we are seeking one parent volunteer to participate on the Election Subcommittee along with a teacher/staff member and Dr. Stueven. Duties for the role as part of the subcommittee are very basic and include: a) receiving and publishing the list of interested candidates, b) arranging and overseeing a public meeting for candidates to speak and be interviewed by the public/parents, and c) overseeing the distribution & collection of ballots and tallying the votes.
Please contact Dr. Stueven (email@example.com or 303.670.1070) at your soonest convenience if you are interested in serving on the Election Subcommittee. Thank you in advance for your interest in volunteering to serve on this subcommittee.
Seeking Interested Board Candidates
The RMAE Board of Directors is also accepting applications from interested candidates to fill the three Board seats being vacated at the end of this school year. Each seat will be for a three year term (through 2019-20), pursuant to RMAE Bylaws as recently amended by the Board.
Parents wishing to be candidates for election to the RMAE Board should submit a brief letter of interest with an abbreviated resume to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than April 28, 2017.
Current Board composition is as follows:
2017-18 Term Expiration
- Jim Good
- Mike Geiger
- Chris Lindsay
2018-19 Term Expiration
- Amy Broxterman
- Don Middleton
- Gil Gomez
2019-20 Term Expiration
**** 3 Seats to be filled via May 2017 election ***
(Replacing seats currently held by Kyle Stults, Jon Warner, and Todd Crosbie)
Election Process Timeline
The timeline set by the RMAE Board of Directors is as follows:
- April 14 – April 28: Candidate indications of interest accepted (email@example.com)
- May 5: Public candidate forum/interview session
- Date subject to final confirmation by Board & Election Subcommittee
- May 9: Ballots/electronic voting link distributed
- May 16: Ballots/vote submissions due
- May 19: New Board Members announced
Resignation from RMAE BoD
It is with regret to inform the RMAE community, teachers, and staff of the resignation of Kyle Stults from his responsibilities as as President and member of the RMAE Board of Directors. His resignation will be officially accepted at the next regular meeting of the BoD on May 11. Once officially accepted, his letter of resignation will be made available.
At the May meeting a current member of the BoD will be appointed and will serve as President until the July meeting. Until then the Vice President, Amy Broxterman, will serve as Acting President. The vacancy created by Kyle’s resignation will not be filled until the elections. Kyle’s seat had already been announced at last night’s meeting as one of the three seats open for May election. Please read other information about this
Kyle has served this community and school with steadfast dedication and commitment to do what was best to meet the mission of RMAE, the educational interests of the students, and the long term well-being of the school. He is to be commended for his steadfastness to serve under some extraordinarily difficult circumstances these past seven months.
Thank you, Kyle.