Kim Frumveller: Candidate for Elizabeth School Board

Tabatha Stewart
Special to Colorado Community Media
Posted 10/15/19

Name: Kim Frumveller City or town of residence: I live in Elizabeth Occupation: Owner of CCS Choppers and CCS Metal Fab with my husband Chip, part owner of Bullay, Vet Tech for Three Peaks Veterinary …

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Kim Frumveller: Candidate for Elizabeth School Board

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Name: Kim Frumveller

City or town of residence: I live in Elizabeth

Occupation: Owner of CCS Choppers and CCS Metal Fab with my husband Chip, part owner of Bullay, Vet Tech for Three Peaks Veterinary

Contact information: kfrumveller@gmail.com

Why are you seeking this office?

I love our town and our school district and I want to support the district and our community in any way I can.

What makes you the best person for the job?

I’ve always been involved with the schools with our girls growing up and I feel that I can bring a lot to our district.

What, if anything, should be done to enhance security at district schools?

The hiring of the school resource officer is a huge plus for our schools and community and I would like to see it continue to expand. Having a presence of an officer not only protects our students but our facility and teachers as well.

What, if anything, should be done to better address the mental health needs of district students?

I feel that parental involvement is the key for mental soundness in children.

What issue or issues must the school board make a bigger priority next year than it has in recent years?

I feel that the school board is doing a great job of being fiscally conservative and listening to the parents of our children. I would like to continue with this plan for the future of our kids.

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