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The CCSD Board of Education has placed Dr. Dave Goldtooth on administrative leave effective immediately, and designated Amanda D. Sutherland as Acting Superintendent of the Central Consolidated School District during their regular meeting held on May 19, 2020. [Read More]

  • From May 18, 2020 - July 31, 2020
  • CCSD Administration Complex  |  Monday – Thursday  |  7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Transportation (all locations)  |  Monday – Thursday  |  7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Holiday Information: The district is closed Monday, May 25, for Memorial Day, and Thursday, July 2, in observamce of Independence Day.

The New Mexico Public Education Department is asking families to complete an online survey about their experiences with continuous learning during the school closing period triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Survey responses will help school districts better meet community needs and help the New Mexico School Reentry Task Force shape plans for reopening public schools in the state. [Click here to participate]

The 2020–21 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form is available to students and parents to complete through the myStudentAid mobile app and the fafsa.gov website. [Click here] for more information.
myStudentAid Mobile App
You can complete the 2020–21 FAFSA form using the myStudentAid app. Download the myStudentAid app in the Apple App Store or the Google Play store. The myFAFSA component—which is used to complete the FAFSA form—is one of the app’s featured functions. The following are key features of myFAFSA in the October update:
  • Students and parents may begin, complete, and submit a new or renewal FAFSA form for both the 2020–21 and the 2019-20 FAFSA processing cycles.
  • You’ll be offered a customized experience based on your role (student, parent, or preparer). The app provides guidance on how to complete the FAFSA questions.
  • You’ll have a secure experience with the same data protections as completing the FAFSA form through fafsa.gov.
  • Students and parents may use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (IRS DRT), now mobile responsive, to electronically transfer federal tax return information into a FAFSA form.
  • You may be eligible to transfer your FAFSA information into your state aid application. Participating states include Iowa, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
  • You can view additional information about the schools you selected on your FAFSA form for easy comparison of schools.
  • You can access and view your Student Aid Report for any completed application.

Students who choose to participate in the program will get an academic coach to work with them to answer questions, connect them with resources, and develop a plan to get on track and finish the school year strong. Graduation Alliance is reaching out to students through phone calls, emails, text messages and more to get students started. There is no cost for the student. ENGAGE New Mexico is completely free to students.
How do I join? Call 505-340-3250 or email EngageNM@GraduationAlliance.com to get started.

Whether you’re in pursuit of your teaching license or are a current educator in search of a sharper skillset, you’ll find success in the next chapter of your academic journey with Fort Lewis College. Each of FLC’s graduate programs are carefully designed with the support of high-caliber faculty, personalized coursework focused on regional needs and your career interests, and more than a century of strong partnerships with Four Corners school districts. Click here to view their Graduate Studies Brochure.

SAY SOMETHING is a youth violence prevention program from Sandy Hook Promise – a national violence prevention organization. SAY SOMETHING allows youth and adults to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. Submit tips by mobile app, or via the SAYSOMETHING.net.
Breakfast and lunch will be served to children ages 1 to 18, until Friday, May 22, at Kirtland Middle School, Naschitti Elementary School, Newcomb High School, Ojo Amarillo Elementary School, and Shiprock High School. Serving time is 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. We are also providing meals at 14 bus stops. View schedule and areas covered.
If you need assistance with a new account or have lost/forgotten your password, contact:


Board of Education Meeting
May 19, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. | [Agenda]
View the livestream from the Phil's Facebook page or CCSD's Facebook page.

Central Consolidated School District Logo SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

The Central Consolidated School District’s Board of Education is seeking a visionary educational leader to become the district’s permanent superintendent. CCSD serves 5,600 students in north-western New Mexico. The school district is rich with diversity and serves the Shiprock, New Mexico area. Over 90% of CCSD’s students are Navajo.

CCSD’s Board is offering a two-year contract, with a minimum base salary of $130,000 which is negotiable depending upon qualifications and experience. Housing is available. An excellent benefits package is also available and will be negotiated by the Board with the successful applicant.

Candidates may obtain the online digital application package from tlsullivan48@gmail.com.

To be considered applications must be electronically received no later than midnight on May 29, 2020. Mr. Sullivan may be contacted at (505) 330-2600 for any questions.

Photo Gallery

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Veteran's Appreciation Assembly. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Central Schools students at the Navajo Fair. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
CCSD Spelling Bee winners 2019. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Shiprock versus Ruidoso. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Kirtland Central High School Class of 2018. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Shiprock High School Class of 2018. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Newcomb High School Class of 2018. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Photo CCSD Public Relations.
1st Aztec Girls Wrestling Tournament. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Newcomb Skyhawks versus Durango Demons. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
CCSD celebrates school grades at Ojo Amarillo Elementary. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Looming class at Career Prep High School. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
The Dual Language Program at Eva B. Stokely Elementary School. Photo CCSD Public Relations.
Career Prep High School Graduation 2019. Photo CCSD Public Relations.