KC Dem Club–on line: Jeff Voeller, Cd’A School District

How CDA Schools are Coping with COVID-19

The Dem Club’s online gathering features a visit from Jeff Voeller, Director of Operations for the Coeur d’Alene School District. Jeff’s presentation will highlight how CDA Schools is coping while providing services and preparing for an eventual reopening. Ultimately, children must return to school to attend classes. The question is how to do it in a safe and effective manner. Come meet Jeff and get your questions answered. This is your opportunity to gain an understanding of the steps we must take to safely reopen our schools during this pandemic.

If you would like to receive regular invites to these online meetings, contact Phil Ward at philipjwardjr@gmail.com. A link to this meeting will be distributed on Thursday, May 28. If you do not receive a meeting invitation, contact Ruben at rmiranda@gmail.com.

The impact of COVID-19 on our nation’s education system is no joke. Just ask the many parents who are struggling to adjust to schooling their children from home and the teachers who are striving to support them online with classes, content, and a coherent curriculum. With children staying home and many parents working from home as well, the challenge of keeping children engaged is a reminder of the value and importance of professional educators.

About Jeff Voeller

Before joining CDA Schools, Jeff worked in the private sector. Consequently, he brings many transferrable skills that are now helping to ensure the efficient and safe operation of our schools and facilities. His broad background also contributes to the school district’s future planning. His inspirational and collaborative leadership focuses on creating successful outcomes for every student in the district.

Mr. Voeller grew up in the Seattle area where he earned his bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University. After working as the operations manager at a mountaineering youth program in British Columbia, Jeff relocated to the Coeur d’Alene area. Since 2002, he has worked in management and leadership roles for several local companies within the building industry. He and his wife, Amy, reside in Hayden with their two boys, who attend schools in the district.

Listen to President Obama and Repeat “YES WE CAN”.

If you feel powerless, lacking hope, or even feeling a bit of despair, then listen to the words of President Obama. Whether you are young and aspiring or older and retiring, we can all do this. It will help you reclaim a sense of our nation’s lost prestige and boost your confidence in a brighter future. Take a few minutes and listen.