Casey R. Ahner

Casey R. Ahner

Casey R. Ahner is the director of instructional support for Los Lunas Schools in New Mexico. He has served as a special education teacher, counselor, assistant principal, and principal at the intermediate and elementary levels.


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Casey R. Ahner

Casey R. Ahner is the director of instructional support for Los Lunas Schools in New Mexico. He has served as a special education teacher, counselor, assistant principal, and principal at the intermediate and elementary levels.

Casey led the staff at Tomé Elementary in refining their professional learning community (PLC) practices from 2013 to 2018. In 2017, they achieved status as a Model PLC School. Tomé is currently one of two model schools in the state of New Mexico. They are also one of two schools in the state certified at Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the Marzano High Reliability Schools Framework. The school has also implemented an RTI process that has allowed a student-by-student, skill-by-skill response. In his current role, one of his primary tasks is to assist the other schools in the district in strengthening their PLC and RTI processes.

Casey earned a bachelor of science degree in elementary and special education, as well as a master of arts degree in counseling from the University of New Mexico. He completed coursework in educational leadership at the University of Texas at Arlington.

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Presentation titles by Casey R. Ahner

  • Role of a Guiding Coalition in Establishing a PLC and Why All Must Mean All
  • Strengthening and Focusing Collaborative Grade-Level Teams in a PLC
  • Principal as Lead Learner, Implementing PLCs, from Malicious Compliance to Successful Collaboration
  • Leadership in a Loose/Tight Culture, Focusing on the Right Work
  • Effective Leadership, Teams as a Force Multiplier