School Accountability Committee

The SAC is a team that bridges the community to the board of directors. This team conducts parent and staff satisfaction surveys, fields grievances from the public that are not able to be resolved by the staff, and provides data and advice to the board of directors.

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Chair and Parent Liaison, Amanda Babb

Secretary and Parent Liaison, Tami Wiltz

Faculty Liaison, Kirsten Grove

Mrs. Grove is a Colorado State University graduate, with a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor's of Arts in German Language, Literature and Culture. She has Highly Qualified status in Elementary Education. Mrs. Grove believes that setting a strong educational foundation, one which fosters and promotes a life-long love of learning and creativity, is one of the best gifts we can give our children. She has been with LCS since its inaugural year as a parent, and since the second year as an employee.

When away from work, Mrs. Grove enjoys spending time with her husband and three children. Additionally, she finds joy in gardening, sewing, reading, hiking, camping, and being in the presence of family and friends.

Principal, Ian Stout

Mr. Stout double-majored in three years from the University of California, Santa Barbara, receiving his B.A. in History and Philosophy. He studied the history of thought where his focus was ontology.

Upon graduation, Mr. Stout taught outdoor leadership and natural science in California, Colorado, and Alaska before teaching and living abroad for six years. In addition to teaching world history in Mongolia and English in Morocco, Mr. Stout backpacked through 35 countries in South America, Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe. As a teacher in Mongolia, he created and taught the world history curriculum for grades 5-12. During his time with the American Cultural Association in Morocco, he taught academic reading and writing and presented at several national teaching conferences.

Mr. Stout has taught for ten years, two as an administrator with Loveland Classical Schools. Mr. Stout feels honored to work in the role of principal towards the school's mission and vision, and he is very grateful to LCS' parents for their support. He enjoys wilderness exploration, reading, and spending time with his family.

Board Liaison, Daniel Filler

Daniel and his wife Amanda are the parents of five very active children from the ages of 5 to 11. After earning his Bachelor of Science degree out of St. Cloud State University, he joined Hewlett Packard and once the company split moved to Agilent Technologies. Seventeen years and multiple leadership roles later, he is currently a Global Client Computing Manager responsible for the global helpdesk organization and a staff of employees located in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas. Daniel lives for the times he can spend with his family and also enjoys remodeling their house, reading, fishing and playing tennis. He is also a singer/song writer and frequently plays with the band at his local church where they are very active. When Daniel is not working or spending time with his family, he enjoys volunteering at The House of Neighborly Service, the United Way, Habitat for Humanity, and Resurrection Fellowship. Mr. Filler is a member of the Helpdesk Institute and resides on the Boyd Lake Shores HOA board.