Samuel Bogdanove moved to Ashland in July of 2001. Samuel has two daughters, Dana and Sofie.
Samuel received a Bachelor of Science in Film and Video Production from SyracuseUniversity in 1984. He obtained his Masters in Special Education from the University of New Mexico in 1993. He completed his post-Masters work in Education Administration at the University of New Mexico and New MexicoHighlandsUniversity in 1998. Samuel's recent service was with the State of New Mexico as Principal of Sequoyah Adolescent Treatment Center School, a special state-supported school under the Department of Health, in Albuquerque, and as Accountability Data System Coordinator for the Department of Education. Prior to that, he served in leadership and teaching roles in both public and private educational settings.
Samuel has been Director of Student Services of the AshlandSchool District since July of 2001. His professional achievements include service at the regional and state levels in New Mexico and Oregon.
The core of Samuel’s professional development is in the area of human exceptionality and special education, and he is well versed in disability law and program development. He also has a strong background in information systems and accountability. He thrives in situations where there is a need for collaboration and believes that by "coming to the table" with parents, students and professionals, we can all be effective partners in the education process.