Barranca Principal Chosen as LAPS Curriculum Coordinator

Pamela Miller tapped for LAPS program coordinator. Courtesy photo

LAPS News:

Barranca Mesa Elementary School Principal Pamela Miller has been selected as Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator for Los Alamos Public Schools.

Miller brings a wealth of national experience to her new role in curriculum. During her many years in public education, she served in both the Indianapolis Public Schools and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.

She also served as K-8 principal at McCurdy School and more recently three years as principal at Barranca Mesa Elementary School.

Miller’s ability to integrate technology, fine arts and literacy is impressive. She taught at a creative arts magnet school while in Charlotte-Mecklenburg and has a strong curriculum background as well as experience as an assessment coordinator and data analyst.

Miller officially begins her duties in July, but has already begun the transition to her new position. One of her first actions will be to introduce the new math adoption to the school district.

The search for Miller’s replacement as Barranca Mesa Principal is underway. The district hopes to fill this position before the end of the school year.

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