Thursday, January 21, 2010

Cushman Gets 3-Year Contract

RESERVE -- Loren Cushman, Superintendent of Reserve Schools, was given a new three-year contract by the Reserve School Board on a unanimous vote.
“I’d like to thank the Reserve School Board for their continual trust,” Cushman said.
As the Superintendent for the past three years and with over15 years of school experience, Cushman said, ”I am happy to be here. We have the finest staff in the state and the best students.
”We continue to expand the curriculum of the online courses available to the students.
“We instituted this year a hands-on Agriculture Program. We have an agreement with local business-K & B Timberworks-to train students in timber management. We continue to offer to the community computer technology,” Cushman said.
Cushman has been elected to represent rural small schools before the Secretary of Schools in New Mexico.
“The coalition I represent fights hard to receive appropriate funding for our schools. In addition, our collaboration with Quemado School District has resulted in closer student/faculty interaction more than ever,” he said.

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