Marci Imes

Executive Director of Secondary and Career and Technical Education

Job description snapshot:

  • Supervises all high schools in the District (Centennial, Central, East, South, Paragon, and Online)
  • Supervises Corwin, Heaton and Goodnight K-8
  • Oversees development and implementation for all CTE programs district-wide
  • Oversees training, contracting and grant reporting for these schools
  • Oversees Gifted and Talented Education
  • Responsible for resource adoptions, implementation, and progress monitoring
  • Facilitates the alignment of district assessments to district curriculum consistent with state standards
  • Building liaison for student, patron, and parent complaints
  • Data analysis and steering for school performance
  • Monitors curriculum alignment
  • Facilitates principal and assistant principal trainings

Summary of Functions:

The Executive Director of Secondary Education and CTE is responsible for the overall student achievement and successful operations of Pueblo City School’s secondary schools and programs including four comprehensive and one alternative high school.  Significant emphasis will be placed on supporting, coaching, and evaluating principals; including leading district-level professional development, facilitating job-embedded principal learning labs, and working collaboratively with other district instructional leaders.  A strong knowledge of and experience with data-driven instructional practices, leading PLCs, observation/feedback processes, instructional coaching, Career and Technical Education (CTE), and new Colorado graduation guidelines is required.  Must possess ability to accelerate student achievement in high needs school environments, and the skills necessary to build strong interpersonal relationships in order to coach and develop other instructional leaders and communicate successfully with all school district stakeholders.