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Eagle County School District strives to create classroom environments that promote respect and kindness, fair access and opportunities for all, and high achievement for all students regardless of race, gender, economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, and exceptional needs. 

Where all students and staff feel valued, engage at deeper levels, and achieve at higher levels without giving up who they are.

This process requires the  development of  ongoing partnerships between adults and students as co-creators of compelling and vibrant learning communities. With both district-level and school-level support, we develop  sustainable structures, practices, and ways of being together.

Areas of Focus

Sense of Belonging for All Students and Staff
Our schools are places of intentional connection where students and staff feel respected and cared for, develop trust and rapport, learn and thrive together.
Diverse Student Voice
We seek to make decisions with students, not only for students. Diverse student representatives share responsibility in the direction of Eagle County School District and have a voice in decision making. 

Examining Practices and Outcomes
We analyze our practices, and student and staff data in order to examine the experience and outcomes of the staff and students in our school district community. 

Roles and Responsibilities

Engagement Coordinator - Tia Luck

  • Set ambitious and realistic goals related to equitable opportunities and outcomes.
  • Identify resources to support the work.
  • Train and collaborate with district and school leaders, and school level staff.
  • Involve students in the process of creating more welcoming learning environments.
  • Empower student involvement in decision making across the district.
  • Monitor and report progress on equity goals. 

School Engagement Team Members

  • Engage and inspire individuals to progress in their own cultural proficiency
  • Collaboratively determine and address equity challenges in your school and community
  • Uplift and prioritize youth voice in decision making
  • Provide transformational coaching to colleagues


  • Joe Feldman, Grading for Equity
  • Building Equitable Learning Environments Network
  • Gary Howard, You Can’t Lead Where You Won’t Go
  • Benner, Brown, and Jeffre, Elevating Student Voice in Education