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ViewSHERIDAN SCHOOL DISTRICT 2
Meet The Board
Meet The Board

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ron Carter, President
 

–Represents District A

–First Appointed in 2001
 
–Sheridan Resident since 1959
 
–Married to Mary Carter; two boys and two step children
 
–Retired from Sheridan Fire Department (36 years)

Quote: ” I’ve always been heavily involved in the community and worked with the schools and the kids, so it’s always been something I’ve enjoyed. I want to see that the children of our community have the best education available to them."

 
Currently working on: "Provide for a safe and healthy environment to facilitate great learning and raise the academic levels of all students to assure that they are ready for post-secondary whether it be college, trade, or the work force."



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Bernadette Saleh, Vice President
 
–Represents District E
 
–First Appointed in 2005

–Sheridan resident since 1983

–One son, a Sheridan High School graduate and now a police sergeant in Texas
 
Quote: "It is our responsibility to see that every student graduates with the tools they need to further their education and the life skills necessary to be successful."
 
Currently working on: " Focus on improving student achievement by ensuring that the children in this District are afforded every opportunity, resource and advantage that is available to them."
 
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Sally Daigle, Secretary
 

-Represents District C

-Elected in 2009

-Sheridan resident for 24 years

-Currently a full time student at Colorado State University-Global Campus working on a Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration Management and Leadership 

 -Sally’s children attended Sheridan schools, son Ethan graduated from Sheridan High School (SHS) in 2006 and is a Staff Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corp reserve unit stationed at Buckley and works full-time for RTD as well as attends Red Rocks Community College working on core classes. He aspires to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in History.  Son Orry graduated from SHS in 2012 and also attends Red Rocks Community College and is enrolled in the Fire Fighter’s Academy currently working on his fire Fighter II certification and will start the EMT portion in the fall. He also works full time.  Son Adrian graduated from SHS in 2012 and lives and works full-time in Aurora.  Daughter Katy graduated from SHS in 2015 and received an Academic scholarship to Denver University and is majoring in Spanish and Psychology with an emphasis on education.  Sally’s three grandchildren currently attend Alice Terry and Fort Logan Northgate.

 
Quote: “I believe it is important that children receive the finest education possible.  Having systems in place that begin in Early Childhood programs and continue through high school that promote a love of learning for children, affording them the best of opportunities and possibilities to fulfill their dreams is the primary goal of public education.  It is our duty as parents and community members to ensure that these systems are prudent and maintained for our children and our children’s children.”

 

Currently striving for: “I continue to work towards a unified community where the Sheridan School District, City of Sheridan, South Suburban Parks and Recreation, Arapahoe Library District, Sheridan Health Services, Colorado Mental Health at Fort Logan and the many fine business partners that operate within Sheridan as well as community members come together to strengthen our community by investing in our most valuable resource; the children, adolescents and young adults of our community."
 
 
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Karla Najera
 
- District D
- Appointed 2017
- Sheridan Resident 15 years  

She has worked for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, a non-profit organization, for over 20 years. Her current position as Education Specialist encompasses working with kids ages 6-18. Some of her responsibilities include: homework and reading help, facilitating character and leadership groups, and creating a learning and safe environment.