Tony Curcio currently serves on the Denver Public Schools Bond Oversight Committee. Previously, he served on multiple Collaborative School Committees, and chaired Northwest Parents for Excellent Schools (NWPES). While with NWPES, Curcio organized a grassroots effort to add the International Baccalaureate program to Brown Elementary, a program proven to support whole child development in the classroom. A long time advocate for schools in Northwest Denver, Tony actively supported the 2003 Mill Levy for school improvements and the 2003 Bond measure, which provided over $20 million in renovations to North High School.
Tony and his wife Jolene have three children who attend Denver Public Schools. Each of the children attended Brown International Elementary. Hazel graduated this spring from DSST Cole, Olive will attend North High School this fall, and Gabriel attends Morey Middle School.