Dr. Cindy Stevenson was appointed Superintendent of Schools for Jeffco Public Schools in 2002.
Dr. Stevenson has more than 37 years experience as a Jeffco educational leader, including time as a teacher, a principal, and deputy superintendent.
She is the first Jeffco Public Schools alumnus to lead Colorado’s largest public school system, with more than 85,000 students at 154 schools and many other programs at a total of 185 campuses. She earned her university degrees, including a Ph.D. in Administration, Supervision and Curriculum Development, from the University of Colorado.
As Jefferson County’s largest employer, Jeffco Public Schools employs over 12,000 full and part-time staff, and invests more than $1 billion annually into the county’s economy.
Dr. Stevenson was named the 2010 Colorado Superintendent of the Year and was one of four finalists for the national award.
She is a passionate advocate for students and leads Jeffco Public Schools with a sincere passion for building a promising future for all students. She is diligent in her efforts to provide opportunities and choices to Jeffco’s more than 84,000 students and has worked hard to cultivate a core value system in the district. Her guiding value is her dedication to seeing all Jeffco students graduate more skilled, more self-confident, and more passionate about learning than when they entered our schools with good prospects for their futures.
Her service to Jefferson County is truly a labor of love!
Call to Action: Building Bright Futures for the District
Jeffco's goal is that all students graduate prepared for continued learning and the world of work in the 21st century. Read more.
The Strategic Planning Advisory Council (SPAC) is the district's advisory group composed of Board of Education members, district leadership, representatives from the employee associations, parent representatives, as well as citizen and parent leaders from a variety of stakeholder groups. Read more.
- District Org Chart
- District Fact Sheet
- District Policies
- Strategic Planning and Advisory Council
The Capital Improvement Program, the district's roadmap for school building projects, provides details about how the district has used voter-approved funding from the 2012 election.
The district’s four community superintendents play a vital role in the success of our schools. They serve as a link between the schools, the community, and the district and oversee school management. Jeffco Public Schools is divided into 17 articulation areas, each comprising one to two high schools and their feeder elementary and middle schools. Community Superintendents Dan Cohan, Tony Giurado, Peg Kastberg and Brenda Carlson are each assigned to an articulation area. Read More.
For School Management Issues, contact the assistant for your child's school. Read more.
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