Brian Humphries – Brian Humphries is the Dean of Student Accountability of Colorado Springs Early Colleges. He was a music teacher for 11 years spending most of his teaching career as a band and choir director at the high school level. Brian has served as a school assistant principal and interim principal for the past two years. He has been trained in Teach Like a Champion, Data Driven Leadership, TAP, and Love and Logic. Brian received his Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Southwestern A/G University in Texas, his Teaching Certification from Western State College, his Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction (with Instructional Leadership Focus) from UCCS, and his Doctorate (ABD) in Educational Leadership (Educational Technology Focus) from the University of Phoenix.
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Colorado Springs Early Colleges is committed to a philosophy that encourages all students to become responsible for their actions and behavior. This policy aims to instill in all students responsibility and consideration and respect for themselves and others. We believe effective communication among parents, students, and teachers will create a positive, safe, and nurturing environment, thereby assisting students to become productive members of society.
We believe the behavior of students in the classroom of CSEC is of utmost importance if CSEC is to accomplish its mission.
The Student Accountability office is dedicated to providing a safe and positive educational environment that promotes respect, high expectations, self-discipline, and academic achievement. We are committed to modeling appropriate social behaviors to foster citizenship and life-long learning.
The Student Accountability Department serves the CSEC student body in the following areas:
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