Unofficial Election Results: Christensen, Anderssen, and Graham to Serve on LPS Board of Education

Congratulations to Angela Christensen, Joan Anderssen and Andrew Graham, who were elected to serve on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education from 2021–2025, according to unofficial results from the Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder’s Office from the November 2, 2021 election.

Christensen will continue on the Board. She was appointed in February 2021 to finish the remainder of Carrie Warren-Gully’s second term on the Board. Anderssen and Graham are filling the positions being vacated by Jack Reutzel and Kelly Perez, whose second terms on the Board end this month. 

“Angela has been an engaged, invested Board member, and we look forward to having her continue on the Board. We welcome Joan and Andrew to the Board as we continue our important work on behalf of all LPS students,” said LPS Superintendent Brian Ewert. “We also extend our sincere appreciation to all of the candidates for taking an active interest in their public schools and for wanting to serve their community’s children in such an important way, especially in these challenging times for public education.” Jon Lisec and Dale Elliott also ran for the three open positions on the Board.

Anderssen and Graham will officially join Christensen, Lindley McCrary, and Robert Reichardt on the Board during the November 11, 2021 Board meeting.

Thank You!

LPS extends its heartfelt thanks and gratitude to outgoing Board of Education members Jack Reutzel, Kelly Perez, and Carrie Warren-Gully. Their dedication and commitment to the students, staff, and families in our community will be seen and felt for decades to come. Thank you for your legacy.