Tom Sifers is president-elect of Colorado Association of School Boards |

Tom Sifers is president-elect of Colorado Association of School Boards

East Grand School District Board of Education member Tom Sifers has been elected president-elect of the Colorado Association of School Boards (CASB). CASB’s Board of Directors elected Sifers at their meeting Jan. 23, 2011. He will serve as president-elect until December when, at CASB’s annual convention in Colorado Springs, he will begin his one-year term as president.

By a vote of the association’s delegate assembly, Sifers was elected to a second three-year term on the CASB Board in December 2009. He represents CASB’s Region 7 that includes seven school districts in northwest Colorado. Region 7 is one of 12 CASB regions.

Currently president of the East Grand Board of Education, Sifers was first elected to his local school board in November 2005. His current term expires in 2013.

Sifers is the assistant general manager at Mountain Parks Electric in Granby. He is a past president of the Granby Chamber of Commerce, a past president of the Granby Rotary Club, serves on the board of directors of Silver Creek Water and Sanitation District, and is on the Executive Board of the Colorado High School Activities Association.

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