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Posted: February 26, 2020

39 Apply for APS Superintendent Job

The next step in the superintendent search is to whittle down the pool of candidates by reviewing resumes, checking references and beginning background checks.

The Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education is seeking an outstanding educational leader to succeed Superintendent Raquel Reedy, who is retiring at the end of the school year. An online application resulted in 39 candidates for the job.

Of the 39 applicants:  

  • 22 are men
  • 17 are women
  • 13 are or have been superintendents
  • 13 work in central office roles
  • 5 are principals
  • 8 work in other positions
  • 19 are from New Mexico
  • 20 come from 15 other states  
  • 7 work for APS

2020欧洲杯线上投注A search firm hired by the Board of Education to find the person best suited to be the next APS superintendent will now review resumes, check references, and initiate background checks. Semi-finalists will be chosen and interviewed to determine a final group of candidates who will be selected for a second interview and public engagement. APS families, employees, students, and members of the community are strongly encouraged to attend these public events where they will hear from the candidates and have a chance to ask questions.

The board hopes to announce the new superintendent by mid-May. The new superintendent would assume responsibilities on July 1.

“We greatly appreciate the interest and input that many members of our community have expressed in the search for the next superintendent and the efforts of those who have participated so far. We invite you to work with us going forward,” said APS Board of Education President Dr. David Peercy.

2020欧洲杯线上投注The superintendent search started with more than a dozen community meetings and an online survey to find the desired qualities and characteristics of a new superintendent. At the top of the list is a superintendent who puts the needs of students first and has a strong background in education.

The top qualities and characteristics of a superintendent, just like everything associated with the superintendent’s search, are posted to the APS website.

2020欧洲杯线上投注Also posted to the website is a comparison of salaries for superintendents of large urban school districts like APS. , an organization of the nation’s 76 largest urban school districts, as well as an APS Human Resources Department salary comparison, found that APS superintendent salaries have been on par with similar districts.

2020欧洲杯线上投注The APS superintendent is the CEO of the school district, and as Chief Executive Officer, is responsible for implementing policies, creating programs, managing resources and spending, and building relationships among the Board of Education, administration, schools, students, families, and the community.

Not everyone understands the role of a superintendent, so the APS Communications put together a video on the topic.

 

Table: APS Superintendent Job Applicants
Applicant's NamePositionEmployer
Rhonda AnkiewiczSpecial education geometry teacherKelly Services
Andres ArmijoExecutive Director &
High School/Middle School
Principal – Alternative
Ed Programs
Las Cruces Public School District
Milton BacaFormer Administrator -
Albuquerque Public Schools
Retired
Vickie BannermanComprehensive High
School Principal 
Albuquerque Public Schools
Gabriella BlakeyAssociate Superintendent
for Leadership and Learning
Zone 1
Albuquerque Public Schools
Tonna BurgosExecutive Director of
Student Services
Rio Rancho Public Schools
Candice Carter-OliverChief Executive OfficerConfluence Academies
Michelle CavazosChief Officer for
Academics and Social
Emotional Learning
Austin Independent School District
Latanya CollinsDirectorCariculum Inc.
Dino CoronadoCo-Founder &
Chief Operations Officer
Self-Employed (xSPEDite School Services, LLC)
Stacy DillerSuperintendentClayton Municipal School District
Jose EspinozaAssistant SuperintendentMt Diablo Unified
Kimberly FinkePrincipalAlbuquerque Public Schools
Todd FiskeExecutive DirectorSummit Preparatory School
Mark GabrylczykNational Special Education ConsultantUtah State University
Marnie HazeltonSuperintendentRoosevelt Union Free School District
Troy HughesAssociate Superintendent
for Leadership and Learning
Zone 4
Albuquerque Public Schools
John (Randy) JohnsonRegional Instructional
Superintendent -
Central Region
Denver Public Schools
James KadorSchool AdministratorEast Baton Rouge Parish School System
Arleen KennedySuperintendentSt. David Unified School District
Wesley LindsaySuperintendentCarrizozo Municipal Schools
John MarinoEducational ConsultantConsortium for Educational Change
Shannon MayfieldHigh School AdministratorAllentown School District
James McIntyreAssistant Professor &
Director, Center for
Educational Leadership
University of Tennessee
Kristine MeurerExecutive Director, Student,
Family and Community
Supports Division
Albuquerque Public Schools
Melinda MooreHoover Middle School Chorus TeacherAlbuquerque Public Schools
Misael NascimentoExecutive Director of
Bilingual Services
Rockford Public Schools, District 205
Pablo OrtegaELL DirectorDes Moines Public Schools
Rodney RockAssociate Professor of
Educational Leadership and
Special Education
Department Chairperson
New Mexico Highlands University
Arsenio RomeroSuperintendent of Schools/
Chief Operating Officer
Deming Public Schools
Ralph (Stan) RoundsExecutive DirectorNew Mexico Coalition of Educational Leaders
Peter SamaranayakeDirector of IB Authorization/TeacherUnited World College–USA
Patrick SanchezSuperintendentNewark Unified School District
Madelyn Serna MarmolAssociate SuperintendentAlbuquerque Public Schools
Willis SmithPrincipalHinds County Public Schools
Christy ThompsonDivision Executive DirectorMaryland State Department of Education
Lillian TorrezSuperintendentTaos Municipal Schools
Bolgen VargasConsultantSelf-employed
Esperanza ZendejasDirector of Human ResourcesSan Benito CISD