Four Corners Teaching American History

Grant Award #U215X080115
Farmington Municipal Schools

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Fellow Historians,

Farmington Municipal Schools, in collaboration with the Educator Support Center, celebrates the award of its fifth Teaching American History grant. The first award was received in the spring of 2008 and extended in fall of 2011 to provide professional development opportunities for teachers over a three-year period.


  1. Enhance and improve students’ knowledge of American history,
  2. Improve teachers’ knowledge of and ability to teach American history
  3. Create a community of history learners.
Activities are open to all teachers in San Juan County. Activities include American history institutes, course-work through Adams State College, working field experiences, seminars, Chautauqua presentations, and field trips. The events are designed to create a community of historians in northwest New Mexico, with students being the ultimate beneficiaries of the activities. The staff at the Educator Support Center invites you to participate in the Four Corners Teaching American History program!

Come learn history with us!

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Educator Support Center
501 Airport Drive, Suite 209
Farmington, NM 87401
Office #: 505-436-2548
Fax #: 505-436-2553

Linda Coy

Krista Burgess
Administrative Assistant

Celia Morton
Administrative Assistant

Adela Holder
Transition Liaison

Harrell Holder
Transition Liaison
RSMHW Coordinator
RACK Coordinator

Linelle Sharrard
Mentor Facilitator

Bobbie Zemanek-White
LETQP Program Director
(505) 238-3606

Pat Martinez Lopez
LETQP Special Education Resident Program Coordinator
(505) 249-3429

Kimberly Mizell
NWREC2 Executive Director
(505) 219-0854

David Bowman
Interim Director
(505) 603-3411