LPS Board Treasurer Kelly Perez recently received a McGuffey Award from the Colorado Association of Schools Boards (CASB). Annually, the McGuffey Award celebrates school board leaders for their committed and passionate service to their district.
Perez was elected to the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education in November 2013. A long-time LPS community member and parent – her five children attend or have graduated from LPS – Perez has been actively involved with the district for two decades. Among her many roles and accomplishments, she has served as chair of the PTO President Council, chair of the PTO Joint Scholarship Committee, as PTO president and school accountability chair. She has served on many district committees, worked with the Greater Littleton Youth Initiative, LPS Foundation, School Attendance Review Board and served as the Board of Education Liaison to the Rocky Mountain School of Expeditionary Learning and to the Safety and Mental Health Advisory Committee.
Pictured: CASB Executive Director Ken DeLay presents the McGuffey Award to LPS Board Treasurer Kelly Perez, with (from left) LPS Board Vice President Carrie Warren-Gully, LPS Board President Jack Reutzel and LPS Superintendent Brian Ewert.