District

Española Public Schools serves 2,965 students throughout its 13 schools.  The district proudly serves students in Española, Truchas, Chimayo, Santa Cruz, Sombrillo, Ranchitos, Alcalde, Velarde, Dixon, Hernandez, Rio Chama and Abiquiu areas, as well as many smaller communities throughout the expanded Española Valley.  Española Public Schools also serves the Ohkay Owingeh and Santa Clara Pueblos.

The district’s minority enrollment is 97%. Also, 83.73% of students are economically disadvantaged.  The student body at the schools served by Espanola Public Schools is 2.7% White, 0.7% Black, 1.0% Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander, 87.8% Hispanic/Latino, 7.7% American Indian or Alaska Native, and 0.1% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. In addition, 0.4%   of students are two or more races. Also, 49.6% of students are female, and 50.4% of students are male. Within Española Public Schools, 100% of students are eligible to participate in the federal universal free meal program and 22.1% of students are English language learners (updated per 2021/2022 40th day data).

Mission
Española Public Schools, through family and community collaboration and partnerships engages all students in meaningful learning experiences. These experiences will meet the highest academic and ethical standards in a caring, collaborative, creative, and safe learning environment.

Vision
Striving for Excellence!

Our Core Values

While not an uncommon profession, teaching calls for people of uncommon dedication and service, who reach for excellence in the profession of teaching and learning. High expectations are the norm. We challenge all of our students to acquire a foundation of knowledge and academic skills and achieve to their highest potential.

• Students First… Education is a process that begins at birth. We strive to develop individual excellence within a learning environment that reflects and nurtures intellectual, social, emotional, physical, and aesthetic growth of each and every student.

Results Matter… The pursuit of greater knowledge and more powerful thinking demands hard work, perseverance, and commitment. The partnerships among families, students, staff, and community are characterized by mutual commitment and collaborative effort.

We are One… Varied beliefs and backgrounds strengthen a public education system. We respect cultural diversity and differences within our school system, which contribute to a better society for all human beings.

Actions Speak Louder than Words… Our actions are distinguished by the highest standards of personal behavior, including trust, honesty, fairness, integrity, and mutual respect, which are reflected in all we do.

Continuous Improvement—Everyone, Every Way, Every Day…Our District, its systems, and processes will be subject to continual review, reflection, and improvement. Our decisions will be data driven. We will be recognized for results-focused management by fact and known for a long-range outlook in planning for the future.




Holly M. Martinez
Superintendent

[email protected]
505-367-3373 Office Phone
505-901-2791 Cell Phone

Myra L. Martinez
Deputy Superintendent

Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
[email protected]
505-367-3330 Office Phone
505-901-2036 Cell Phone

Richard Halford
Chief Financial Officer

[email protected]
505-367-3314
505-367-3314 Office Phone
505-927-6015 Cell Phone

Superintendent/BOE
Administrative Assistant

505-367-3303 Office Phone
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