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, Nikole Erickson
Nikole is a mother of two boys and works full-time as a pharmacist at Poudre Valley Hospital. She was born and raised in Iowa, then moved to Colorado after graduating from the University of Iowa. After meeting her future husband at PVH, they relocated to Iowa for 6 years and then returned to Colorado in 2009. Nikole most enjoys quality time with her family camping, skiing, hiking, and other outdoor activities.
Secretary and Parent Liaison, Tamara Seyer
Tamara Seyer is a mother to three LCS boys and has lived in Colorado since she was a child. She has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Colorado State University where she met her husband, John Seyer, also an engineer. Before transferring to CSU, she attended a co-op college in Michigan where she had the opportunity to work for General Motors for over two years. After graduation, she worked at Hewlett-Packard/Agilent as a Marketing Engineer. John and Tamara have lived in the Loveland/Fort Collins area for almost 20 years. Two years after her first child was born, Tamara chose to stay at home to raise their family. Since then she has been a full-time parent, spending time volunteering at her children's school (regardless of the school), her church, Cub Scouts and various community events. She enjoys reading, exercising, volunteering, learning and scrapbooking.
Parent Liaison, Rod Otero
Rod is a husband and a father of one. Born and raised in Southern California, Rod moved to Colorado in 1991. After 18 years at FedEx, he decided to stay home and raise his daughter. During the last 6 years, Rod has become a weekend entrepreneur.
Faculty Liaison, Ian Stout
This is Mr. Stout's tenth year as a teacher, with experience ranging from grades 1-12+. He double-majored from the University of California, Santa Barbara, receiving his B.A. in History and Philosophy. His focus in history was the history of thought, while in philosophy it was ontology. He is interested in the relationship between physics and 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, while during his time with the American Cultural Association in Morocco he taught academic reading and writing, and presented at several national teaching conferences.
Building on his students' inquisitiveness helps make teaching science at Loveland Classical the most fulfilling of Mr. Stout's teaching experiences, and he is very grateful to LCS' parents for their support. He enjoys wilderness exploration, reading, and spending time with his family.
Community Member, Robin Ramsey
Robin Ramsey is from the big state of Texas. She has been happily married to her husband, Robert, for the past 12 years. Prior to re-locating to Colorado, she was a kindergarten teacher in Arlington, Texas, but now happily stays at home with her three beautiful daughters: Rilee(age 6), Reegan(age 4) and Roxee(age 3). Robin enjoys reading, cleaning up big messes, and dancing.