Community Liaison

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Excellent communicator verbally and in writing
Integration and connection of community resource for agencies 
Excellent motivational skills
Experience working with juveniles 
Experience working with different cultures 
Studies in psychology and sociology at a local college 
Student assistance program training - assisting student with transitions 
Skilled at accessing and connecting individuals with community resources 
Malcolm Baldrige training, systems, program, and personal evaluation training 
Coordination of community events in conjunction with local media
Medication Certification and CPI Trained


School District 11, Buena Vista 1983-1993
ASIEP program working with children with autism - as a trainer

School District 11, Helen Hunt Elementary School 1993-1995
Preschool, Assistant Teacher 

School District 11, Helen Hunt School 1995-Present 
Community Liaison 

Community and School Involvements: 

Educational Support Personnel (ESP) Conference Committee Team Member
(ESP) Ambassador for local school 
Beyond The School Bell Advisory Team Member
Operation School Bell Representative for Hunt
Care and Share Backpack Weekend Program for Hunt Students
Attendance Team Member for a local school
Response to Intervention (RtI) Team Member for a local school
Positive Behavioral Intervention Support (PBIS) Team Member
Health Screening Chairperson for a local school
Picture Day Coordinator for local school 
Support the Salvation Army and Holy Apostles Catholic Church
Pikes Peak Community College; supporting books for local students
Reading Success Movement Team Member
PTA Member
Wal-Mart Super Stores, Texas Roadhouse, Texas-T-Bone, Rudy’s

Summer Hours (May - July)                              
                       8:00 am - 8:00 pm
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Our Board of Directors
George R. Ewing Jr.

Administrator, Educator

Superintendent License – UCCS 2004 
Professional Principal License- University of Phoenix 1997
Masters in Curriculum (emphasis in mathematics) Lesley College 1995
Masters in Second Language Acquisition- University of Colorado Boulder 1987
State of Colorado Professional Teacher License – Elementary Education 

Retired Principal from District Eleven June 5, 2012  
Principal of Tutmose Academy Charter School
Principal for summer school programs, D11
Classroom teacher at all levels elementary - college

George Ewing is a retired principal from District Eleven. I have thirty three years of experience in the classroom and administrative experience. 
Meghan Stidd, PhD

Director, Researcher, Grant Writer, Consultant, Teacher

PhD Educational Leadership, Research, and Policy: University of Colorado: 2012
Teacher Certification Program: University of West Florida: 2009
Master of Public Administration: University of Colorado: 2007
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: 2004
State of Florida Professional License: Mathematics Grades 5-9

Associate Regional Director, Mountain Pacific Troops to Teachers
Skilled quantitative researcher
Experienced grant writer
Knowledgeable mathematics teacher

Meghan is currently the Associate Regional Director of Mountain Pacific Troops to Teachers where she oversees daily operations for a ten state region and personally assists military members transitioning to teaching careers in Hawaii, Guam, America Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands. Meghan is also a licensed middle school mathematics teacher with experience teaching all ages from preschool children to adults. Meghan has a true passion for education and community involvement. In addition to her position on the FLOW board Meghan also volunteers as the Director of Program Development for the Bare Bones Library, is a founding board member of the Colorado Advisory Council for Military Education, and serves on the advisory board for Beyond the School Bell. Meghan is also a skilled grant writer who has secured grant funding for a variety of non-profit organizations all focused on education. Meghan also enjoys conducting scholarly research and has presented her academic findings at several educational research conferences. Meghan’s research foci include teacher certification and preparation, military education, and international student achievement. 

Michael Siegrist Ph.D
Board President

Administrator, Construction Instruction, Engineering Instruction, CTE Placement Director
Ph.D. Educational Leadership, Research and Policy; University of Colorado at Colorado Springs; 
December, 2012

Master of Arts Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction: College of Education, 
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, 2008

Master of Science, Environmental Quality Science; School of Engineering, University of Alaska 
Anchorage; 2001

Bachelor of Science, Wildlife Biology; Colorado State University; 1981

License / Certifications

Director of Career and Technical Education, License # 62643

Principal License, State of Colorado, License # 8846

Professional Teacher Licensure, Credential for Career and Technical Education, State of 
Colorado, STEM Pathway, Credential ID CCCS052309016


CTE Placement Director
STEM Teacher for local high school
Past President Colorado Association for Career and Technical Education
Region V Association for Career and Technical Education Fellow; 2011 - 2012
Region V Policy chair for Association for Career and Technical Education; 2012 – present
Region V Bylaw Committee chair Association for Career and Technical Education; 2011 – 2013
Adjunct Professor local Community College teaching robotics while serving on two Community College advisory boards.


Mike is currently a construction instructor with D-11 school district where he gets students ready for the work force. He is involved in designing and administering school wide CTE programs; including cross-curriculum development while participating in statewide, regional, and national CTE associations and advocacy groups seeking to maximize CTE opportunities within the school. Mike currently also is the Career and Technical Placement Director with Mountain Pacific Troops to Teachers where he assists troops with the development of skills, plans, résumés and documents required to pursue a career in various K-12 professions focused on CTE. Mike previously worked in Prudhoe Bay Alaska as a drilling engineer working with both British Petroleum and Arco.


  • Executive Director, 501(c)3 organization, utilizing management skills to lead others in modeling the vision of the organization. Data collector for student evaluations.
  • Special Education Teacher, D-11, for over ten years
  • Regular Education Teacher, Ft. Polk, LA, grades K-12
  • Executive Officer, Local Business, utilizing business, management and teaching skills to empower students. Private tutor for grades K-12 and beyond. 
  • Counselor, local church, dealing with behavioral issues and assisting others to reposition themselves
  • Diagnostician in reading, writing, and math, utilizing knowledge and scientifically research-based interventions to advance students to higher levels in academic areas
  • Curriculum and Design Team, College of Education at University of Colorado Springs, “Freedom Song” - 2005
  • State Delegate for Military Families
Pauletta B. Fuller (PJ) BIO
Certified Teacher

A.S. Business Administration: Austin Peay State University: 1984

B.A. Business Management: Troy State University: 1995

B.S. Counseling: Nazarene Bible College: 2006

M.A. Special Education: 2007

PJ Fuller is currently a private tutor and business owner. She is a licensed insurance agent and pursuing her Series 6 & 7 license in investing/securities. She has worked for over a decade as Special Education Teacher and diagnostician with D-11 School District. She is the Executive Director for Forever Learning on Wheels a Mobilized Tutoring Platform in the Colorado Springs area. PJ was a member of the curriculum and design team at the University of Colorado and Colorado Springs which developed a curriculum detailing African Americans triumphs and challenges in the 20th Century and detailed the most effective methods of instruction utilized in classrooms. She served over 19 years with the Federal Government utilizing her administration and managerial skills to help advance various organizations’ goals and vision. She served as State Delegate for Military Families as a voice to military spouses. She received numerous awards and recognition for outstanding service to our nation. She is the ultimate teacher and counselor. PJ is recognized as a valuable resource in advancing students where they struggle in academic areas. Her record of success is impeccable. 
Her contributions are indicative of her commitment to the education process and to building and enhancing the requirements necessary to reach personal goals and manage opportunities and challenges.

Executive Lead Recruiter, Administrator, Dean of Students, Teacher, Command Sergeant Major


Principal Licensure: University of Phoenix: 2008
Master of Education: Regis University: 2006
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management: 2003
State of Colorado Professional License: Ages 5-21
State of Colorado Professional Principal License K-12
Sherman Fuller is the Executive Recruiter for the Troops to Teacher program. He leads ten states and two territories (Guam, Common Wealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)). He uses his time management skills and communication skills to serve a diverse population networking with colleges, military installations, and local communities. Sherman Fuller has worked as a principle for a local Charter School and Dean of Students with D-11 School District. He is the Chief Executive Officer for Forever Learning on Wheels, a Mobilized Tutoring Company in the Colorado Springs area. Sherman served 25 years in the United States Army where he managed issues concerning Noncommissioned Officers and enlisted soldiers, family members supporting training and welfare of soldiers. He was responsible for over 17,000 family members and soldiers. He received numerous awards, decorations, and certificates while serving our nation. Sherman is the ultimate planner and organizer. He specializes in Positive Behavior Support, Differentiated Instruction, Response to Intervention techniques, and building Professional Learning Communities. Sherman believes in defining vision and purpose.
His personal contributions detail his commitment to excellence. He enjoys building relationships and mentoring others to achieve personal excellence. 
Sherman L. Fuller, BIO
  • Executive Lead Recruiter for Troops to Teacher Program
  • Principal, Local Charter School
  • Chief Executive Officer for a 501(C)3 Organization (FLOW)
  • Dean of Students, D-11, local High School
  • Assistant Principal for two local elementary schools
  • Special Education Teacher for local middle school and elementary school
  • Principal for summer school programs, D11
  • Command Sergeant Major, 25 years of service to the United States Army
  • National Troops to Teacher Award, 2007

Elnora Kay Lillard (Elle)
Sherman Fuller
P. J.  Fuller
Executive Officer

Meghan Stidd, PhD
Director, Researcher, Grant Writer, Consultant, Teacher
Elnora Kay Lillard (Elle)
Community Liaison​
George R. Ewing Jr.
Administrator, Educator
Michael Siegrist Ph.D
Board President​
Meet the Team