Nikki Johnson is superintendent of Campo School District RE-6, a position she has held since 2003. Ms. Johnson has taught special education at Campo Schools since 2000, and previously taught first and second grade at Campo Elementary School from 1997 to 2000. One of the district’s current initiatives is Service Learning, a project designed to help students connect their interests with community needs while identifying learning standards that would be addressed by finding a solution to the problem. In addition to serving as superintendent, special education, Title I teacher, and Youth Advisory Council Advisor for the school, Ms. Johnson is a member of the Colorado Department of Education Educational Data advisory council, Lamar Community College advisory council, Ogallala Commons advisory board, and is a city council member for the Town of Campo. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Regis University and a master’s degree from Adam State College.