Want to know how the issues in Douglas County Schools are impacting your children and their classroom?
Why your tax dollars are being spent on the superintendent's bloated salary and cash payouts to her central administration instead of in DCSD classrooms?
Or why the current DCSD Board of Education spends 49% of their time meeting behind closed doors?
BoE voted to redistrict Board of Education district boundaries
Current DCSD Board of Education Members
A: Craig Richardson (Up for re-election Nov. 2015)
B: John Carson (Term limited Nov. 2013)
C: Kevin Larsen (Up for re-election Nov. 2015)
D: Carrie Mendoza (Appointed by BoE March 2013 - Up for election 2013)
E: Doug Benevento (Up for re-election Nov. 2013)
F: Justin Williams (Term limited Nov. 2015)
G: Meghann Silverthorn (Up for re-election Nov. 2013)
DCSD uses Daniels Fund donation for promotional advertisements
Want to know DCSD Current Conditions, Policies and Practices?
The Douglas County Federation (DCF) is proud to offer FREE classes to Douglas County parents who wish to guide their children to develop a better understanding of curriculum and study skills in math and reading.
The Douglas County Board of Education has made unnecessary cuts to our classrooms, eliminated the bargaining agreement that placed a cap on total class size and are implementing reforms in our schools that lack any evidence of research. Please sign our petition to tell the Board you want them to start focusing on our students, attracting and retaining the best teachers and to keep public education at the heart of their decisions. Students are our future, and teachers make the difference.
Community Information Update:
*Spring 2012 Parent/Student Survey Results Released*
Douglas County School District PARENTS and employees spoke loudly that the school district is NOT headed in a positive direction.
- Only 38 percent of DCSD parents believe the district is headed in a positive direction. (A drop from 72% in 2009)
- Only 14% of employees believe the district is headed in a positive direction. (A significant decline from a positive 79% in 2009)
Augenblick Survey Information
Douglas County has had the best schools in the state for years, and our parents and teachers want to keep it that way!