Director District Boundaries
District A (Kelly Alter) encompasses the southeastern portion of the School District, generally east of West Lake Creek, south of U.S. Hwy. 6 (from Edwards to Avon Rd.), the US Hwy. 6 corridor from Avon Rd. east to the Minturn interchange, including Eagle-Vail, and the U.S. Hwy. 24 corridor in general extending south to the District boundary/county line.
District B (Lelia Conlin) encompasses the northeastern portion of the School District, including most areas east of the U.S. Hwy. 24 corridor from the southern District boundary to the Minturn interchange. District B also includes the Town of Vail and East Vail.
District C (Ted Long) encompasses the north-central portion of the School District, generally north of Interstate 70 from the Edwards Access Rd. to the Colorado River in Dotsero. District C includes the portion of Edwards north of Edward Village Blvd. west of Edwards Access Rd. to Lake Creek Rd. including The Homestead and Edwards Village. District C also includes the small communities of Wolcott, Bond, State Bridge, Catamount, McCoy, and Burns. The western edge of District C is generally the Colorado River.
District D (Lucila Tvarkunas) encompasses the portion of the school district south of I-70 between Eagle and Gypsum's east edge, including most of the Town of Eagle. Within Eagle, District D includes most of Eagle Ranch but excludes the portions of Eagle Ranch east of Abrams Creek and excludes the Kaibab Subdivision. On the west edge of Gypsum, District D includes Buckhorn Valley, the east edge of Gypsum Estates, Stratton Flats, the Quail Run Townhomes, and the Mountain Glen Townhomes. The southern limit of District D extends beyond the southernmost lot in the Ute Springs Ranch subdivision into Federal land.
District E (Juan Peña) encompasses the western portion of the School District, including most of the Town of Gypsum and all of the Dotsero community, including the portions north of I-70 and all of the Dotsero Mobile Home Park. The portion of District E that is located north of I-70 extends all the way from the Colorado River to the western district boundary. District E includes all of Gypsum except Buckhorn Valley, the east edge of Gypsum Estates, Stratton Flats, the Quail Run Townhomes, and the Mountain Glen Townhomes. District E extends south of Gypsum and west of Gypsum Creek Rd. southerly to the district boundary.
District F (Michelle Stecher) includes portions of Eagle-Vail and Avon north of US Hwy. 6 and south of Interstate 70 from Avon Rd. the Edwards Access Rd. on the west to Avon Rd. on the east. District F includes the portions of Avon north of I-70 that are west of Buck Creek.
District G (Dan Reynolds) encompasses the south-central portion of the District, generally south of I-70 between Edwards and Eagle. In the Edwards area, District G includes the area south of U.S. Hwy. 6 between Hillcrest Dr. and Lake Creek Rd., the area south of Edwards Village Blvd. between Lake Creek Rd. and Edwards Access Rd. and the area south of U.S. Hwy. 6 between Edwards Access Rd. and the east edge of the Homestead Subdivision. In Eagle, District G includes the portion of Eagle Ranch east of Abrams Creek and the Kaibab Subdivision – the rest (majority) of the Town of Eagle is in District D. The Rural portion of District G is generally described as the area between Abrams Creek south of Eagle and West Lake Creek in the Edwards area. In addition to portions of the communities described above, District G includes Red Sky Ranch, Bellyache Ridge, Cordillera, and the Eagle River Mobile Home Park.