Linda Reed was named superintendent of Archuleta School District 50 Jt. in August 2013. Prior to that beginning in 2009, she served as the district Assistant Superintendent.
Reed brings with her extensive public education experience. She began her career as a teacher in Appalachia and for more than ten years, taught in both rural and urban communities. In 1986, she and her husband moved to California, where Reed served for sixteen years as a special education teacher, and a school principal. In large part due to her success as principal of an urban multilingual high poverty school, she was recruited to work with underperforming schools and districts by the Los Angeles County Office of Education and the California Department of Education.
In 2009, Reed retired from the California public education system to move to Pagosa Springs with her husband. She was named the Archuleta School District Assistant Superintendent that same year and in that capacity, she was responsible for all aspects of curriculum, assessment and state and federal programs. Reed also took a statewide leadership role in developing attributes of a new Colorado assessment system. She regularly presents at both state and national conferences to showcase the great work being done in the Archuleta School District.
Born and raised in Ohio, Reed graduated with honors from Ohio University with her Bachelor of Science in Education. She received her Master of Science in Educational Administration and Leadership at California State University, Fullerton. In addition, she completed post-graduate work at the University of La Verne.
If you would like to contact Superintendent Reed, please call her at 970-264-2228 x 402 or email her at email@example.com.