Meet The Board

 

Ruben Pacheco - School Board President

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Ruben Pacheco was elected to the Board of Education in November of 2011. A graduate of Westminster High School in 1997, Pacheco worked as a Congressional Staffer for Bob Beauprez and as a hospitality manager. Pacheco's niece attends a district 50 school.

Elected Term: November 2011- November 2015

Larry (Dino) Valente - School Board Vice President

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Larry (Dino) Valente was elected to the Board of Education in November of 2011. Dino and his family have been long time contributors to the community, active in both business and politics. Valente's mother Elaine served as an Adams County Commissioner. Valente is a Westminster High School graduate from the class of 1988. He attended the University of Denver where he earned a degree in International Studies and then attained a license to practice law.

Elected Term: November 2011- November 2015.

Ken Ciancio - School Board Director

Ken Ciancio Ken Ciancio was appointed to the Board of Education in April of 2014. Ken is a life-long District 50 resident and 1982 Ranum High School graduate. He attended Regis University where he earned degrees in Political Science and History. Ken has extensive family who have attended District 50 and his father, Don Ciancio, served on the District 50 Board of Education in the 1980’s and 90’s.
 

Appointed: April 2014
Completing Elected Term: November 2011- November 2015.

Joe Davidek - School Board Secretary

Joe Joe Davidek was elected to the Board of Education in 2013.

Davidek attended District 50 schools his entire life and graduated from Westminster High School in 1976. Joe has two children who were also educated in District 50 and graduated from Westminster High School. 
                        
 

Elected Term: November 2013 - November 2017

Ryan McCoy - School Board Treasurer

Ryan Ryan McCoy was elected to the Board of Education in 2013.

McCoy has deep roots in the Westminster community having graduated from Westminster High School in 2000. His father is a graduate of Ranum High School. McCoy also has a child in the District 50 school system and another child who will attend District 50 schools when he is older.

Elected Term: November 2013 - November 2017
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