Thom Miller resigns from school board


ALAMOSA — On Monday night Director of district 1 Thom Miller resigned from his position on the Alamosa Board of Education for a job opportunity in Montrose. 

His resignation will go into effect on July 1. Having served the board for seven months, Miller was sworn into his position on November 17.

In his resignation letter to the board Monday night, Miller thanked all of those involved in the Alamosa school district and said there is no higher calling than to “pour ourselves into the next generation.”

The BOE will be accepting new applications until July 18 and will interview candidates for the position on August 6.

To find more information about how to apply visit alamosa.k12.co.us, or at the Alamosa School District Administration Office at 209 Victoria Avenue, Alamosa.

Kristin Hicks is an intern at The Valley Courier

Caption: Thom Miller looks on to his resignation letter being projected on the wall during Monday night’s Alamosa school board meeting./Courier photo by Kristin Hicks

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