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Troy Hughes

Associate Superintendent for Leadership and Learning - Zone 4 will consist of Eldorado, Del Norte, La Cueva and Sandia high schools and their feeder schools.

Troy Hughes

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(505) 880-2589

Learning Zone 4

Del Norte High Cluster

Del Norte High — Cleveland Middle — McKinley Middle — Arroyo Del Oso Elementary — Bel-Air Elementary — E. G. Ross Elementary — Governor Bent Elementary — Hodgin Elementary — Zuni Technology and Communication Elementary — Nex+Gen Academy High —  Desert Willow Family School

Eldorado High Cluster

Eldorado High — Eisenhower Middle — Hoover Middle — Georgie O'Keefe Elementary — John Baker Elementary — Matheson Park Elementary — Mitchell Elementary — Onate Elementary —S.Y. Jackson Elementary — Freedom High

La Cueva High Cluster

La Cueva High — Desert Ridge Middle — Dennis Chavez Elementary — Double Eagle Elementary — H. Humphrey Elementary — North Star Elementary

Sandia High Cluster

Sandia High — Grant Middle — Madison Middle — Bellehaven Elementary — Comanche Elementary — Inez Science and Technology Elementary — Janet Kahn School of Integrated Arts Elementary — Osuna Elementary — Sombra Del Monte Elementary 

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