Colorado BOCES Association Awards and Honors

Colorado BOCES Association

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ALL STATE BOARD AWARDS

 

Nomination Information:  This on-going award category was created by the Colorado BOCES Association in 1994-95. It is designed to recognize school district/BOCES Board Members who have made a sustained contribution both to districts and to their respective BOCES. Nominees should first be recognized for dedicated service to their respective local boards of education. Secondly, nominees should be recognized for providing leadership, advocacy, and support for BOCES programs. Evidence of the nominee’s support for cooperation among multiple districts, and a collaborative approach to problem solving will enhance the nomination. To be eligible for nomination, current and/or past board members should have served in a BOCES leadership capacity for three or more years.

 

STANLEY A. LEFTWICH AWARD

Nomination Information: This on-going award was designed to recognize persons other than BOCES administrators who should be cited for “Outstanding Contributions to Cooperative Education in Colorado.” Past recipients of the award include superintendents, board members, CDE personnel, legislators, and agency administrators who provided visible and positive support to the statewide BOCES effort. Previous recipients may be nominated again for significant contribution since their last recognition. A resume or vita should accompany the application form along with letters of support or endorsement.  Any other documentation you believe may strengthen this nomination is also encouraged.

ROY G. BRUBACHER AWARD

 Nomination Information:  This on-going award was designed to recognize outstanding BOCES (organizational) leadership for specific contributions within a BOCES for five or more years.

Nominees should be administrators and/or program directors within a BOCES. Candidates should be cited with specifics of leadership within their BOCES and member school districts as well as with the Colorado BOCES Association. Additional criteria include leadership of five or more years. Letters of support and/or examples of leadership at the regional, state, or national levels can be included. Previous recipients may be nominated again for significant contribution since their last recognition.