2017-2018 Academy Board Meetings - 7:00 pm
August 28, 2017
September 25, 2017
October 30, 2017
November 27, 2017
December 18, 2017
January 29, 2018
February 26, 2018
March 19, 2018
April 30, 2018
May 21, 2018
June 11, 2018
Board meetings are typically held at the Main Campus Summit (Tutor Center) on the last Monday of the month the school is in session. All meetings are open to the public, and your attendance is welcome.
Meeting agendas are posted 24 hours in advance in the front entryway in the communication board. For issues involving personnel, contracts, or other sensitive matters, the Board may vote by a two-thirds majority to adjourn to Executive Session during the regularly scheduled Board Meeting agenda.
The Academy Board is governed by a single elected Board of Directors. The Academy includes Elementary School (Pre-K – 6), Junior High School (7-8) and High School (9-12).
The primary responsibility of the Board of Directors (BOD) is the governance of the school, development of positive community relations, preserving The Academy mission and vision, and is accountable to teachers, parents, students, and the community for maintaining the intent of the Charter.
Implementation of the policies, procedures and daily operations are the responsibility of The Academy’s administration. The Board of Directors (BOD) meets once a month to examine operations, establish new policies, review and change existing policies as needed.
Requests, concerns and information items may be offered by parents, students, and teachers for public discussion during a community comment period at any regular BOD meeting.
For additional information on the board, please contact Lisa Boyer Executive Assistant to the CEO and Board scribe.
Tamela Miller-Carlson has one child in the secondary at the Academy and her family has been an Academy Wildcats since 2005. She has served on the Academy Board since May 2012 and is the current chair of the Board. Ms. Miller-Carlson holds her CPA license in Colorado and worked as an auditor and consultant in public accounting for 13 years. For the past 13 years Ms. Miller-Carlson has served the American Indian College Fund as the Chief Financial and Operations Officer. Her operational experience includes developing and managing budgets, analyzing operational effectiveness, implementing organizational restructures, marketing, program management, grant writing, and investment management. Ms. Miller-Carlson's community involvement includes and has included serving on the Board for Attention Homes, political campaigns, coaching youth soccer and basketball, and volunteering for A Precious Child and Colorado House Rabbit Society. Ms. Miller-Carlson believes inside every child is ingenuity, confidence, skill, and passion and together we can support every Academy child discover and develop theirs.
Prior to becoming a stay home parent to four children I was a preschool teacher for 4 years and the Director of the preschool for 2 years. I have a master's degree in educational psychology and my early childhood teaching license. We have been at the Academy since 2009, and currently have 4 children enrolled in the school. I have been an active classroom volunteer and member of the academic committee. Besides loving my kids and The Academy, I also LOVE the Green Bay Packers.
Brad moved to the Denver area 24 years from Philadelphia. He holds a Bachelor's of Science in Accounting from La Salle University. Throughout his career, he held several progressive leadership roles in both the finance and operational areas. He is currently the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operational Officer for a technology company that supports the water treatment industry. He has severed on several Board of Directors for various companies in the past. Brad is married and has two children that both attend The Academy and have since kindergarten. Brad has been a member of The Academy's Long Term Planning Team since 2015.