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Dr. Veronica Garcia
Veronica C. Garcia, Ed.D.
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A Message from the Superintendent
September 21, 2016

I am honored, humbled and thrilled to have this opportunity to serve as Superintendent of a progressive and innovative school district like the Santa Fe Public Schools.  The staff and community have warmly welcomed me and I'm excited to take on the duties without the limitations of an interim superintendent.  We will put our focus on teaching and learning, it's at the heart of what we do.  All of our district’s functions and processes should be of support not an impediment to what happens in the classroom.  I believe we must continue to work on educating the whole child and ensure that our students are receiving a well-rounded education to prepare all students for a future that today we can't even begin to imagine. We must actively engage our families and community stakeholders in the education of the children of this community, the District can't do it alone.  Lastly, but importantly, we need to make sure that we support and value our employees.  They are the glue that holds SFPS together.  Collectively, I am confident we will be a flagship school district for New Mexico and the Nation.  Our students deserve our very best effort.  I thank the Board of Education for this amazing opportunity to serve. Santa Fe Public Schools, there IS a lot to love!

Santa Fe Public Schools Stephanie Gurule-Leyba Named Teacher of the Year
  Capital High Teacher, Stephanie Gurule-Leyba Named Teacher of the Year

Santa Fe, N.M. – Capital High medical sciences teacher, Stephanie Gurule-Leyba is the 2016 New Mexico Teacher of the Year. She has taught medical sciences at Capital High School for 21 years, helping to develop the medical careers pathway program. Mrs. Gurule-Leyba has also helped develop the  summer Scrub Club that gives kids in grades 4-8 hands-on experiences in science and math.
Mrs. Gurule-Leyba is nominated for the National Teacher of the Year award, and will represent New Mexico at the teacher of the year banquet in Washington, DC. Congratulations, Stephanie Gurule-Leyba!  

Learn About Title I, Part A and Title III Federal Grant Programs.
Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 4:00 pm-6:00 pm

You are invited to a meeting to learn about Title I, Part A and Title III federal grant programs. Title I, Part A provides funding for schools to provide additional help for students primarily in the areas of Reading and/or Math. Title III provides funding for language instruction for limited English proficient and immigrant students.

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