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  • 2020 NMCEL Summer Conference: July 21 - 24, 2020
    Embassy Suites Hotel, Albuquerque, NM

    SAVE THE DATE!!

     
  • SAVE THE DATE!

    NMCEL 2020 Summer Golf Tournament
    July 22, 2020
    Ladera Golf Course
    7:30am Shot Gun Start!

    Benefiting the NMCEL Scholarship Recipients

  • CES/NMCEL
    First Annual Superintendents Academy!

    October 20-23, 2019
    Embassy Suites

     

  • DATE AND TIME CHANGE

    October  24, 2019 

    The next NMSSA Business Meeting will be held on
    October 24, 2019
    8:00AM - 12:00PM
    Embassy Suites (La Ventana)
    Albuquerque, NM.

     

  • A Vision to Transform Education in New Mexico

    2019 Policy Recommendations for a Better Future

    Presented by the New Mexico School Superintendents' Association
    With gratitude to each superintendent who participated in the development of this platform.

  • Support for Your District's Students with Visual Impairment/Blindness

    New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired can help your district meet the specialized needs of your students!

  • CLOSE IT 2019 builds on seven years of success! Close It brings together forward-thinking leaders from across corporate, education, HR, new technologies, philanthropy and workforce to address
    the CRITICAL SHIFT in the future of working and learning equity. This year’s Summit will focus on blurring the lines between traditional learning and work. Our continued effort to drive action on equity and shifting our economy to greater emphasis on skills - the technologies and innovations that are at the forefront of change.

    New Mexico Educator Discount Referral Code: NMCEL

    DATES: October 15-16
    LOCATION: Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
    VENUE: Santa Fe Community Convention Center
    Festivities: Oct 15th 6PM-10PM
    Santa Fe Farmer’s Market Pavilion featuring Roadtrip Nation Premiere

Upcoming Events

A Message from the President, Will Hawkins

I recently was reminded that student outcomes don’t change until adult behaviors change.  In order for adult behaviors to change, we all have to be reminded that we have a responsibility to put aside any personal goals, ambitions, issues or grievances for the greater good of the thousands of students throughout the state.  It isn’t “they” or “them” that needs to change; it is all of us who must proclaim and embrace “I am New Mexico.” We have to work interdependently, to create opportunities for students to succeed. As a new administration and legislature continue to review old and establish new policies, statutes and rules impacting education, the New Mexico Coalition of Educational Leaders stands ready to work collaboratively on behalf of children, parents, teachers, and all those who have devoted their lives to the institution of public education.  I am astounded and humbled by the servant leadership that permeates to every corner of the state, and I look forward to playing my small part in helping shape our future.  May we all remember that our focus is simple … to do what’s best for kids.        

Will Hawkins
NMCEL President 2019-2021

William D. Hawkins
Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
Hobbs Municipal Schools
575-433-0128

 

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