CHSAA Board of Directors Reflects at Retreat

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CHSAA Board of Directors Reflects at Retreat

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CHSAA Board of Directors Reflects at Retreat
AURORA – On Friday and Saturday, the Colorado High School Activities Board of Directors convened for its annual retreat to discuss its approach to guiding the Association into the upcoming school year.
The tone of the two-day meeting, led by new board president Luke DeWolfe, was positive and forward-thinking throughout while the Board of Directors worked to redesign its plan and philosophy for the future.

"The CHSAA Board is ready to provide opportunities for kids to participate in activites," CHSAA Board President Luke DeWolfe said. "This weekend was an excellent opportunity for us all to reconnect as state leaders serving education-based activities. It was an opportunity for the Board to take some valuable time to discuss our vision, mission and core values – and to collectively share our 'whys' for doing what we do – and we will continue to focus on the needs for all student-athletes and programs across the state of Colorado."

“Thanks to CHSAA for helping to elevate the gifts and talents in our student-athletes that the world communities need,” said Tony Exum Sr., who serves in the Colorado House of Representatives. “Keep on keeping on.”

“It is an honor and a privilege to serve on this distinguished Board,” said Dr. Emma Rae Martinez, Superintendent of Schools for South Conejos School District. “It is refreshing to know this board is solution-focused. I live in belief that when someone comes to me with a problem, they should also have a solution or they are part of the problem.”
“The CHSAA Board Retreat provided a great opportunity for the members to connect with each other and our 'whys' (individual and collective) as we enter the upcoming school year and work to create and enhance relationships and communication as we all strive to meet the vision and mission of CHSAA and provide opportunities for all of our students from all parts of the state,” said Alfie Lotrich, District 9.

"A retreat is always an opportunity to evaluate where you were, where you are and where you are going," CHSAA Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green said. "And my staff and I are just ready to work collaboratively with the CHSAA Board of Directors."
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