Navajo County

Proudly Serving, Continuously Improving Since 1895

Navajo County
Superintendent of Schools
Education Service Agency (ESA)

Our Mission: Navajo County’s Superintendent of Schools and the Education Service Agency’s dedicated team, along with our partners, provide exemplary services to our community in a fiscally-responsible manner.

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Superintendent of Schools
Linda L. Morrow

The Navajo County School Superintendent, Mrs. Linda L. Morrow, provides professional development for teachers, specialized services through a consortium of member districts, administrative and fiscal support for public school districts. Besides processing payroll and expense vouchers for all districts in the county, the Superintendent handles school board elections, override/bond elections, and school board member appointments. The Superintendent also oversees a variety of programs and special schools in addition to coordinating the Navajo County Spelling Bee and Northeast Regional Science Fair. We are here to provide excellence in education!

Events

  • 2015 Spelling Bee Results
  • 2015 Annual Poster/Video Contest
    Deadline for Submissions April 3, 2015
    The Theme for this years Contest is TEEN DATING VIOLENCE.
    For more information and links
  • 2015 NPC JURIED HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW Entry Form
  • Tee Shirts For Sale
    Support the Northeast Arizona STEM/Science Fair
    Ordering and size information
  • North East Arizona Regional STEM Fair
    The 4th annual Northeast STEM/Science fair was held March 5-6, 2015 at Sequoia Village School in Linden, AZ. There were a total of 137 projects with the following schools participating;
    • Sequoia
    • Mogollon Junior High
    • Mogollon High School
    • Blue Ridge Elementary
    • Blue Ridge Middle
    • Blue Ridge Junior High
    • Vernon Elementary
    • Hulet Elementary
    • Taylor Intermediate
    • St. Anthony’s School
    Northland Pioneer College awarded a free voucher for a STEM Kids College for all participants in grades 4-8. NPC also granted 17 three credit vouchers (worth approx. $500.00) to High school students who placed 1st or 2nd. The 1st Place winners in grades 5th – High School were given a $50.00 cash card to assist with going to the Arizona Science and Engineering Festival held April 7-9 in Phoenix. The Southwest Association for Education in Biomedical Research awarded a cash prize to two winners; Dylan Baca from St. Anthony's and Raven Dickerson from Mogollon HS.
    We would like to thank our sponsors:
    • St. Mary of the Angels Church
    • TRACKS
    • Dynamic Dentistry
    • White Mtn. Gem and Mineral Club
    • Papa John's Pizza
    • Navajo County Education Service Agency
    • Apache County Superintendent's office
    • Navajo County employees and all the volunteers
    Science Fair Winners
    For more information and helpful links

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