ALAMOSA — On August 31, 2020, Marsha Cody was appointed the Interim Superintendent for Alamosa School District. Prior to being appointed, Marsha was the assistant superintendent for ASD.
From 2004-2013, Marsha served as a State Board member of the Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics, co-chaired the New Literacies and Technology Committee and chaired the Action Research Committee for the Colorado Council of the International Reading Association, taught mathematics at OMS, served as an intervention specialist and instructional coach, and taught fourth and fifth grade at Evans Elementary.
In 2013, Marsha began supporting rural and urban districts across the nation as a District and School Improvement Specialist and English Learner (EL) Specialist for WestEd.
She looks forward to working with the community to journey through the greatest challenges education has faced. It is her belief that community and family engagement are crucial to the the success of teaching and learning. Marsha shared, “We have excellent teachers, leaders, staff, students, families, and community partners. By working together, we will have a successful year and future. This is our community. Let’s make it great!”