Dr. Constance A. Jones
Dr. Constance Jones was appointed to serve as Superintendent of Pueblo City Schools, District 60, beginning July 1, 2014. Dr. Jones has worked in public education for over 30 years as a classroom teacher, school principal and district administrator. In 1995, she was recruited to serve as the vice-president of a national educational research foundation based in Charlottesville, Virginia where she developed and provided training for schools and school districts throughout the country. From there she worked for the Maryland State Department of Education. In 2003, she returned to Lee County School District (Fort Myers, FL) to serve as the Chief Academic Officer. Her responsibilities included the oversight of:
Dr. Jones earned her Master in Education, Education Specialist and Doctorate of Philosophy degrees in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Educational Leadership from the University of South Florida.
Her goal has always been to provide all students with a quality education that enables them to graduate with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to pursue post-secondary education or go directly into the workforce and contribute in meaningful ways to their family, community and country. She lives by the belief that successful are the people who leave the world better than they found it, who never fail to look for the best in others or give the best of themselves.