Waterman moves along, takes new job in Boulder school district

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            Harry Waterman, who ran the Riverdale Ridge High School athletic program for its first three years, accepted a job as director of athletics and activities for the Boulder Valley School District.

            He starts his new job Wednesday, July 14.

“I'm excited for this new opportunity for my own personal growth,” he said in an email to staff. “But I will certainly miss working with the exceptional teachers/coaches/sponsors/people at the Ridge.”

Before joining the Ravens, Waterman was an assistant commissioner at the Colorado High School Activities Association. He called the last four years “an incredible experience.”     

“Collectively, we have made amazing growth and have set a foundation for future success,” his email said. “I challenge each and every one of you to continue to collaborate and support one another, while developing our students' individual expertise, life skills, and character traits.  You make a difference.”

He told staff that after three years “RRHS is on the map.”

“With that, I'm confident that there will be much interest and solid candidates apply for the AP/AD position,” his note said.  I know you will welcome the new hire and model for them ‘The Way Of The Raven.’  You are a special group of people, and I admire each and every one of you for your commitment to our kids and the personal character you possess.”

            Those interested in the position should apply through the district’s website at https://www.sd27j.org/Domain/2774.

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