LAPS names new assistant super

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Education > Rosenbam picked as transportation dept. director

By The Staff

Los Alamos Public Schools announced that Diane Katzenmeyer-Delgado was named assistant superintendent, replacing recently departed administrator Gerry Washburn.
Katzenmeyer-Delgado is scheduled to start with LAPS June 11.
Along with Katzenmeyer-Delgado, LAPS also announced that Keith Rosenbam will rejoin the school district as transportation director.
It has been a busy time at LAPS, with several top administrators leaving in fairly quick succession, including former superintendent Gene Schmidt, Washburn and his wife Audrey, a longtime employee in the transportation department, and Los Alamos Middle School principal Rex Kilburn.
For Katzenmeyer-Delgado, she comes to Los Alamos from just down the Hill at Pojoaque. There, she had previously served as building principal, district office administrator and assistant superintendent.
Her background, according to LAPS, includes working with community members and tribal leaders “that represent a broad range of multicultural communities.”
Recently, Katzenmeyer-Delgado graduated from the Aspiring Superintendents’ Academy professional development program.
For Rosenbam, he holds safety certifications from the U.S. Department of Transportation — including supervisor, administrator and instructor — and is certified through the state’s Public Education Department.
Rosenbam will begin his duties effective June 15.
Also Tuesday, LAPS announced that Pam Miller, the current director of curriculum and instruction, will have a title change. Her new title will be chief academic officer.
The title change, according to LAPS is due to the fact her “responsibilities have greatly expanded.”