Dr. Walt Cooper, superintendent of the Cheyenne Mountain School District, has been named “Colorado Superintendent of the Year for 2018” by a committee of previous award winners and other superintendents. In his 11 years as superintendent, Cooper has made closing the performance gap between special-education and general-population students a priority.
Over in Harrison School District 2, Christina Randle won Colorado Teacher of the Year and Gemile Fleming won Colorado School Counselor of the Year. Randle, a 14-year veteran of the district, teaches first graders at Soaring Eagles Elementary. Fleming has been with the district for six years and currently works at Giberson Elementary.
Courtesy Colorado Education Association
Randle recognized at school assembly.