“Tracee’s contributions to the Ah Haa School and the community during her nearly two years at the school have been invaluable,” said Ah Haa School Board President Josephine Fallenius. “We have greatly benefited from the leadership she brought to the consideration of our mission and our community’s needs. We will miss her strong planning skills and her good humor.
“I wish her the best as she returns to the Boulder area.”
Of Loomis-Lee, who has worked as director of programming and operations at the school for two years, Fallenius said: “We are delighted that Rachel’s strong role in the school and high regard in the community will lead to a smooth transition. She has earned complete confidence of the Board of Trustees.”
Loomis-Lee said: “I’m thrilled to take on this responsibility. The school has achieved a great deal in the last 18 years,” she observed. “We have an outstanding and energetic staff, our future is filled with promise. I am determined to continue to build our programming and strengthen our educational efforts and community collaborations. I'm pleased to have the support of Josephine Fallenius and the board in this critical area. The Ah Haa School has already become an important part of the life of this town and we eagerly anticipate our continued growth. Tracee Hennigar has led the Ah Haa School to remarkable achievement – I'm grateful to have a chance to chart our course for the coming years.”
The Ah Haa School for the Arts is a community center of learning and culture, offering a wide variety of programs and seeking to inspire individuals of all ages to explore, develop and celebrate their creativity. For a complete list of classes, workshops and exhibitions, visit our website at www.ahhaa.org or call 970/728-3886.