of our high school graduates attend 2 and 4 year colleges and universities
Nicole Beauvais is the Transition Coordinator for our district. She provides support and services for students who are 18 to 21 years old who are working on post-secondary goals. Services are individualized and may include: volunteer work experiences and community-based volunteer activities.
- Nicole Beauvais, Transition Coordinator
Amy is our building secretary, and we couldn’t be more delighted to have her as a VERY important member of the Broadmoor team. If you’ve ever had the good fortune to interact with her, you would have experienced her dedication to kids and her commitment to great customer service!
- Amy Franklin, Broadmoor Elementary School
Shannon is our school nurse who goes above and beyond to make sure our students are safe and well cared for on a daily basis at CMJH!
- Shannon Green, CMJH
Erica is a kitchen manager who is dedicated to the students at the high school. She has worked in school food service for 14 years. Her hard work does not go unnoticed. Some of her favorite parts of working in the school kitchen are the kids and the staff.
- Erica Billiard, CMHS
Ms. Martha Morris has been a teacher for a total of 30 years. She has worked as an art teacher with the youth at the detention facility for five of those years. Ms. Morris provides the perfect balance of artistic exploration and development for students, while also setting clear boundaries.
- Martha Morris, Zebulon Pike Youth School
Reggie can always be counted on to put the needs of students, staff, and parents first. His humor and smile bring joy to all those lucky to know him. With 35 years of service to the Cheyenne Mountain School District, Reggie is truly a legend whose legacy will live on for many years to come.
- Reggie Serna, CMHS
Shannon loves being a Speech Language Pathologist because she feels that what she does can change a child’s life. She said she still gets excited when a child learns the power of communication, masters a speech sound or gains confidence in their ability to communicate.
- Shannon Martinez-Myers, Cañon School
Tony has 31 years of law enforcement experience as a Colorado State Patrol Master Trooper. He currently is the LEAD Security officer for the district. He has been caught on more than one occasion eating lunch with students for the sheer pleasure of it.
- Tony DeCesaro, Security
Eileen coached two successful Battle of the Books teams this year. Her students read over 40 books and competed against other area schools in a battle of reading comprehension. One of the teams tied for second place in the regional competition! Way to go, Mrs. Stammer!