Aztec Hires Bloomfield's Kevin Summers as Superintendent

The Aztec Municipal School District Board of Education is pleased to announce that a contract for Superintendent of Aztec Municipal School has been offered to Mr. Kevin Summers. Mr. Summers is currently the Director of PreK-12 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment for Bloomfield Schools.

From Aztec Municipal Schools:

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

The Aztec Municipal School District Board of Education is pleased to announce that a contract for Superintendent of Aztec Municipal School has been offered to Mr. Kevin Summers.

Mr. Summers is currently the Director of PreK-12 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment for Bloomfield Schools. He has served as a teacher, coach, a principal and a director and in New Mexico and nearby states.

Mr. Summers will begin his transition to Aztec later this month. We are excited to welcome him to our district and look forward to working with him to do good things for our students and staff.

"I am excited and look about working with him as he makes his transition into the Superintendent position. He is a talented educator and will do a great job for a great district" said retiring Superintendent Kirk Carpenter.

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