Principal Dr. Darlene LeDoux

Dr. Darlene LeDoux has dedicated over thirty-one years of service as an educator in Colorado. A Denver native, Darlene has been a teacher in rural Colorado, in the Denver Public Schools and at the university level. She has experience as an elementary principal, a high school principal, and as a central office administrator in the Cherry Creek Schools and the Denver Public Schools.

Darlene was the Assistant Superintendent for School Community Partnerships in the Denver Public Schools. She led Community Relations, Community Partnerships,

Community Education and other essential programs designed to engage the community to support the school district.  She is also the Chairperson of the Principals’ Leadership Council (PLC) in Far Northeast Denver.

Darlene serves the state of Colorado as a Trustee at the University of Northern Colorado. In addition, she is the past president of the Colorado Association of School Personnel Administrators, past president of the Colorado Association of Elementary School Principals, and has served as a Board Member on numerous community and professional organizations for the benefit of children and families in the State of Colorado.

Dr. LeDoux earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education at the University of Northern Colorado, a Master of Arts degree in Bilingual/ESL Education, and a Ph.D. in Education Leadership, both, at the University of Colorado at Denver.

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Scruffy’s Corner
Scruffy says, "If you have witnessed bullying in your classroom or in the halls, then you should tell  an adult immediately. Archuleta is a No Bully Zone!."