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Dr. Gabriella Blakey

Associate Superintendent for Leadership and Learning - Zone 1 will consist of Albuquerque, Highland and Manzano high schools and their feeder schools.

Dr. Gabriella Blakey

Contact Information

(505) 855-9052

Education:

  • Doctor of Education, University of New Mexico
  • Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership, University of New Mexico
  • Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education, New Mexico State University
  • Graduate of Highland High School, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Professional Development (Santa Fe Public Schools)
  • Co-Founder/Executive Director Health Leadership High School
  • Principal: Eisenhower Middle School (Albuquerque Public Schools)
  • Assistant Principal: Eldorado High School, Roosevelt Middle School  (Albuquerque Public Schools)
  • Activities Director:  Highland High School (Albuquerque Public Schools)
  • Teacher: Highland High School (Albuquerque Public Schools), Albuquerque Evening School (Albuquerque Public Schools), Everett High School (Everett, Washington)
  • AmeriCorps National Service Program (Las Cruces Public Schools)                               

Honors and Awards:

  • New Mexico PTA Principal of the Year 2010-2011
  • Eldorado High School DECA Award for Outstanding Support, 2007-2008
  • University of New Mexico Educational Leadership Program Distinction Award, May 2006

Other Certifications:

  • NM Level III-B PreK-12 Administrative License
  • NM Level III-A Instructional Leader 7-12 Secondary License with endorsement in Social Studies and TESOL

Learning Zone 1

Albuquerque High  Cluster

Albuquerque High — Jefferson Middle  — Washington Middle — Coronado Dual Language Elementary — Dolores Gonzales Elementary — East San Jose Elementary — Eugene Field Elementary — Lew Wallace Elementary — Longfellow Dual Language Elementary — Lowell Elementary — Monte Vista Elementary — Montezuma Elementary — Reginald Chavez Elementary — Zia Elementary 

Highland High Cluster

Highland High —  Hayes STEM Middle — Van Buren Middle — Wilson Middle — Bandelier Elementary — Emerson Elementary — Hawthorne Elementary — Kirtland Elementary — La Mesa Elementary — Manzano Mesa Elementary — Mark Twain Elementary — Sandia Base Elementary — Wherry Elementary — Whittier Elementary

Manzano High Cluster 

Manzano High — Jackson Middle — Kennedy Middle — Roosevelt Middle  — A. Montoya Elementary — Apache Elementary — Chelwood Elementary — Collet Park Elementary — McCollum Elementary — San Antonito STEM Elementary — Tomasita Elementary

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