September 3, 2013
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Steamboat Springs Board of Education member Roger Good is a newly appointed member of the state’s Capital Construction Assistance Board, a group that vets grant requests for school capital construction projects.
Steamboat School board member Roger Good attends bill signing in Denver
Steamboat Springs Board of Education member Roger Good was in Denver Wednesday to witness Gov. John Hickenlooper’s signing of House Bill 16-1282, which will align school election campaign finance reporting with the Fair Campaign Practices act.
Steamboat Springs School Board President Roger Good is one of nine Republican applicants vying for a vacant seat on the Colorado State Board of Education.
The two men said they look forward to helping a school district that already earns stellar academic ratings gain even higher marks.
Many of you already have received your ballots for this fall’s election. Some of you already may have submitted your mail in ballot. For those of you who have not, I would suggest that the school board election is by far the most important local decision you will make when you cast your ballots this fall.
Roger Good is running against Tony Rosso for the Steamboat Springs School Board District 1 seat.
The upcoming Steamboat Springs School Board election will feature two competitive races and, for the first time in at least a decade, an empty race in one of the districts. All the action in the November election will be in Districts 1 and 2 where four candidates are running.