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Archuleta School District 20-21 Fall Planning Survey 2.0 FOR FAMILIES

Please click on the link below to take ASD's fall planning survey 2.0


Opening Schools FAQ Page Updated

Please continue to check the Districts on-going FAQ page for updates to your questions. We look forward to sharing information with you as we continue to Safely Open Archuleta Schools Together.

FAQ's on Safely Opening Archuleta Schools Together

In anticipation of the 2020-2021 school year, Archuleta School District is creating a detailed Frequently Asked Questions page that can be found on our website. The questions for our FAQ's are being pulled from the questions we have collected from our staff and families during our ZOOM meetings. The page will be updated periodically as new information is released.

ASD Welcomes New Superintendent LeBlanc-Esparza

Archuleta School District is pleased to announce Dr. Kym LeBlanc-Esparza as the new Superintendent of ASD schools. Welcome to the team, Dr. LeBlanc-Esparza! Please click on the 'read more' link below to read Dr. LeBlanc-Esparza's Introduction Letter.

Superintendent Linda Reed wraps up her last day as Superintendent for ASD.

Superintendent Linda Reed retires from a 45 year career as educator, leaving a legacy of heartfelt dedication and service to the children and families in Archuleta County. Thank you, Linda Reed, for your many years of dedication and commitment to the Archuleta School District 50JT. You have made a positive impact on both the lives of your staff and the students and families which you have served. Your care, commitment, and advocacy of children is leaving a legacy of great leadership in our district. Best wishes on your retirement-we wish you many mornings of sleeping in during our snowy Colorado mornings. #weareASDproud of YOU.

ASD announces exciting summer initiative: Baby & Toddler Supply Packages Available

Throughout the summer, ASD will continue to provide summer breakfast and lunch every weekday. Meals are delivered via school buses or available for pick up at the high school. In addition, Archuleta County DHS is providing baby and toddler supply kits that include diapers/ pull-ups, wipes and formula. These will be available to families at the high school between 9 am and noon.

Archuleta School District At A Glance

sports 3 Academic and Athletic State Champions
diploma 92% Four Year Graduation Rate of Pagosa Springs HS
12 Athletic Programs Offered
56 District Educated Home/Private School Students
extracurricular 6 Yearly Drama/Theater Productions
students 1512 Number of K-12 Students
transcripts 40% Graduates who attend College/University
myschoolbucks $102K Grant Money Spent on After School Activities
56% Teachers with Post-Graduate Degrees
iccampusportal 1355 Square Miles in the District
49:51 Ratio of National Forest to Private Land
23 Average Class Size
20.4 2016 ACT Score