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CHSAA to open new office on Western Slope, enhancing support for regional schools

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The Colorado High School Activities Association is opening an office on the Western Slope.
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The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) announced on Monday the establishment of a new satellite office in Grand Junction as part of a pilot program aimed at boosting its presence and efficiency in western Colorado, according to a news release.

According to the release, this strategic move is designed to provide direct and effective support to schools throughout central and western parts of the state. The office is set to ensure that these communities receive the same high level of service that has been a hallmark of CHSAA.

According to the release, CHSAA Assistant Commissioner Michael Book will relocate to lead the new Western Slope office.



“Our goal is to serve and support the western slope member schools just like we always have,” CHSAA Commissioner Michael Krueger said in the release. “This new office will allow us to be present and provide support in a more direct and efficient manner.

“We look forward to the positive impact this new office will have on our ability to serve the western slope and anticipate that it will significantly improve our operations in this beautiful part of our state,” Krueger continued.

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The establishment of this office is part of CHSAA’s ongoing efforts to meet the diverse needs of all its member schools across the state. The association anticipates that this initiative will have a positive impact on its operations and strengthen its community engagements in the region.

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