School Leadership

Angie Prochnow, Principal

Angela Prochnow has been in education for the past 19 years. This is her 11th year as a school administrator. She recently served in District 49 as an Assistant Principal. Prior to that, she spent 15 years in Harrison School District 2 where she was an Assistant Principal, Athletic Director, teacher, and coach at Sierra High School and Gorman Middle School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and earned her Masters in Education: School Administration, from Grand Canyon University. Angela works diligently for student success and has been recognized for this work as Colorado Assistant Principal of the Year in 2014-15 and Spirit of the Springs achievement award in 2015.
 
Angela strives to empower students and staff to become the best version of themselves. She is passionate about meeting students where they are and utilizing engaging and individualized instruction to inspire growth. She is approachable and believes that strong relationships and communication are keys to success. Angela believes people will rise to the level of expectation that is clearly communicated, coached and consistently reinforced. She utilizes this approach in all aspects of education.
 
When Ms. Prochnow is not at work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, cheering on the Green Bay Packers, golfing, skiing, and training her two yellow labs.

Kim Blair, Assistant Principal

Kim began her educational career 18 years ago working in a variety of settings from Kindergarten through post secondary. During that time she served in a number of roles as classroom teacher, reading interventionist, educational consultant, instructional coach and school administrator. When it comes to academics, she is passionate about instructional leadership and creating engaging and interactive classrooms that inspire students to utilize higher order thinking and problem solving. She is also passionate about creating a culture of mutual respect for the diversity of students, staff and community, as everyone deserves a safe environment that celebrates their individual strengths and diverse backgrounds.


Kim received her dual undergraduate degree from University of Northern Colorado in Elementary Education and Communications. She earned her master’s degree in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Administration from University of Phoenix.

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