Maintenance Worker - Carpentry
Groundskeeper - Maintenance Department
Custodian-Naaba Ani Elementary School
Social Worker-Naaba Ani Elementary School
Social Worker - Blanco Elementary School
Speech Language Pathologist
2021-2022 School Year Vacancies
Bloomfield Early Childhood Center
Art Teacher-Shared position with Bloomfield Early Childhood Center
Blanco Elementary School
6th Grade Teacher
Bloomfield High School
SpEd Math Teacher
Central Primary Elementary School
SpEd Teacher - BBI
Mesa Alta Jr. High School
Naaba Ani Elementary School
5th Grade Teacher
6th Grade Teacher
Instructional Resource Specialist
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The vision of Bloomfield Schools is to educate our students to be responsible, productive members of a culturally diverse world.
Our mission is to provide a quality learning community focused on the unique needs and goals of our students.
Bloomfield Schools' attendance area covers approximately 1500 square miles. There are seven schools which house approx. 3000 students. Approximately one-third of the students are Anglo, one-third Hispanic and one-third are Navajo. All schools are accredited by the State of New Mexico.
Communities served by the Bloomfield Schools are: Archuleta, Nageezi, Navajo Dam, Chaco Canyon, West Hammand, Blanco Canyon, Largo Canyon, Blanco Trading Post Area, Dzilth-Na-O-Dith-Hle, Navajo Agriculture Products, Inc. (N.A.P.I.), Huerfano, Bloomfield, Carson, Pump Canyon, Gobernador, Blanco, Turley, Escrito, Sims mesa, Lybrook, and Kimbeto.
A great area to live and raise a family, Bloomfield School District is centrally located in an area referred to as the "Four Corners". It is the only place in the United States where four states (New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Arizona) meet at a common point.
The people in the area are a diverse group that share common values of church, family, independence, and advocate for excellence in education.
The school district is surrounded by mountain ranges although the local terrain is primarily rolling plateaus and mesas. The average rainfall is 5 inches yearly with a mild average annual temperature of 51 degrees and low humidity.
Reservoirs, rivers, wilderness areas, national parks, Navajo Lake, and millions of acres of San Juan National Forest provide limitless opportunities for recreation.