Republican Women: Superintendent presents strategic framework


Martha Peacock
Special to The SUN

On Jan. 12, the Archuleta County Republican Women will welcome in the new year with speaker Archuleta School District Superintendent Linda Reed.

Reed and her husband moved to Pagosa Springs in 2009 and shortly thereafter was appointed to serve as assistant superintendent. In 2013, she became interim superintendent and then was named superintendent in 2014.

Linda has extensive educational experience from having taught in Appalachia to teaching special education for 16 years and being principal in an urban multilingual high-poverty school.

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