Academy of Health Sciences (CTE)
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Constance Michaels-Lipp is a B.S.N. prepared alumnus of the University of Wisconsin -School of Nursing and holds both Colorado Department of Education and Career and Technical Education professional authorizations. She is a registered nurse with twenty-five years of clinical nursing experience, including adolescent and adult behavioral health, chemical dependency treatment and school nursing. Her administrative experience includes acute care quality assurance and utilization review.
She has been employed with Falcon School District 49 since 2000, currently serving as the Academy of Health Sciences Program Coordinator and instructor for upper level AOHS courses. Michaels-Lipp is also a Pikes Peak Community College nursing adjunct and CNA coordinator for the Pikes Peak Community College-Falcon Nurse Aide Program. She recently served on the Colorado Community College System CNA Curriculum committee and is president-elect of the Health and Public Safety Division of The Colorado Association of Career and Technical Education. She is the proud parent of three Falcon School District 49 graduates.