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Central Administration

Central Administration Office

Cheyenne Mountain School District 12
1775 LaClede Street
Colorado Springs, Colorado  80905
Voice:  719-475-6100
Fax:  719-475-6106

D12 Central Administration Building
Cooper, Walt Superintendent of Schools
Fogarty, John Assistant Superintendent for Student Achievement
Steen, Carolena Assistant Superintendent for Student Services
Cassidy, Kevin Executive Director of Technology
Morin, Natalie Executive Director of Business Services
Wangelin, Ernie Director of Facilities

(E-mail can be sent to a staff member by clicking the small envelope next to their name.)

District 12 Organizational Chart

Click on the image below to view the Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Leadership organizational chart.

D12 Leadership Organizational Chart

Directions to Central Administration

Exit from I-25 onto S. Tejon Street (Exit 140).  Drive south on Tejon Street (in the right lane) for about .5 miles and take a slight right at the stoplight onto W. Cheyenne Blvd.  Drive west on W. Cheyenne Blvd approximately .5 miles and turn right onto LaClede Street. Drive north approximately 100 yards, and the District 12 offices will be on your right at 1775 LaClede Street.

Map of School District 12

D12 District Map

(Click the map above for a map of School District 12 in PDF format.)

A Message From Our Superintendent

Dr. Walt Cooper

Dr. Walt Cooper
(Dr. Cooper's Bio)


Last year, the Cheyenne Mountain School District Board of Education began work on a long-range plan to guide future leadership decision-making and policy development.  The process the Board embraced for this project involves five distinct stages of ongoing work. In the first phase of the work, the Board set out to answer three guiding questions.  The first was,  “where are we now?”  This was followed by asking, “what are our greatest strengths?” and the last and most important question was, “where are our opportunities for improvement”?

The Board utilized a number of processes and data sources including parent and student surveys, conversations with school faculty and staff, work sessions with D-12 Leadership Team members,  and a broad review of current Board of Education policies.

The second phase of the plan involved synthesizing the answers to these questions into establishing our core values, a new vision, an updated statement of our mission,  and most specifically, long-range plan objectives to guide our work.

Putting the plan into action is the third phase of the the work, and that officially kicked off last month as the Board officially adopted a plan centered on five focus areas: learning, teaching, programs, stewardship, and partnerships.  The plan also contains 19 strategic objectives to support these focus areas.  Now, work begins by the Board of Education developing specific directives focused on these objectives and our intentional and focused work as teachers, administrators, and staff members to implement them.

As we measure and validate our work (phase four) over time, we will ultimately move toward the final stage which is to undertake a holistic review of our efforts and once again seek answers to some critical questions. Our belief is that the answers to these questions will be best answered by initiating the five-stage process again and continuing our mission:  providing an exemplary and relevant educational experience for every student in a school community where excellence is a tradition.

The full version of the D-12 Long Range Plan 2017 can be seen at www.cmsd12.org/longrangeplan.