Concerns rise over the politicization of school boards after majority of Elizabeth school board resigns

Denver7: A majority of the Elizabeth School District Board of Education resigned from their positions Monday after weeks of tension.

The resignations of President Cary Karcher, Vice President Kim Frumveller and Secretary Craig Blackham were accepted in a roughly six minute long meeting Monday evening. Only two members, Heather Booth and Rhonda Olsen, remain.

The resignations come after the principal of Running Creek Elementary announced her own resignation in January, accusing two board members of personal agendas and the need for power and control.

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