Office: 505.243.1957, Ext. 103
Cathy was born in Albuquerque. She moved to San Francisco after high school. She attended San Francisco City College where she completed the dental technician program. Cathy also attended Diablo Valley College in the east bay where she received her associates degree.
Cathy has worked as a dental technician but found this career too isolating. She later found a new career in the academic field; at Cal State she worked with the admission and testing departments.
After decades of living in the San Francisco bay area she welcomed the move back to Albuquerque to be close to family. She has had the opportunity of working at the courts as a bailiff and most recently working with students at the University of New Mexico.
In her spare time she serves as a board member at her neighborhood association. She also volunteers at her church and helps children learn to read.
She enjoys being with family, taking walks along the Bosque and Sandia mountains, attending community events, and taking road trips to other places in our beautiful Land of Enchantment!
Office: 505.243.1957, Ext. 300
Rose Burton was born in the Philippines and emigrated to the United States in 1995. She quickly became a naturalized citizen and began working in numerous fields including retail, healthcare, and the food industry.
She likes to spend her leisure time cooking, gardening, interior decoration, and flower arrangement.
She is excited to be a part of the MACCS team and working with the great students who attend the school.
Rose enjoys her family life with her husband and two daughters.
High School Counselor/ Health and Title IX Coordinator
Office: 505.243.1957, Ext. 206
Ms. Alicia is a licensed School Counselor and Mental Health Counselor.
The driving purpose of the counseling program at MACCS is to promote a school culture that fosters every student’s attainment of the knowledge, skills and attitude needed to be successful academically, personally/socially and in career confidence. Ms. Alicia aligns her counseling program with the American School Counseling Association’s (ASCA) model, using both a prevention-focused school-wide guidance curriculum and individualized, responsive services with the goal of meeting the diverse needs of all students at Media Arts.
Ms. Alicia collaborates with the principal, school social worker, the SPED coordinator and students advisors on a regular basis to identify and meet student needs.
While Ms. Alicia works with students for personal/social and academic issues, she also supports students in career exploration and the college admissions process and everything in between.
Office: 505.243.1957, Ext. 102
My name is Daniel Frampton and I go by Dan, or Mr. Frampton. I’ve been an activist and an organizer for 30 years; and have worked on issues ranging from students’ rights while in college back in Pennsylvania to issues with homeless veterans here in Albuquerque. I’ve been a school social worker for six years and have worked with at-risk youth for almost 20 years.
My background leads me to think in a systems-perspective. I believe it’s important to look for the connections between things. Helping students reach their full potential in school is the central focus of my job. My responsibilities include supporting students who receive special education services, as needed, helping students improve attendance and working on the student assistance team (SAT).
I also believe in a strength-based and academically-centered model. While some accommodations for students are a necessity, I believe all students have strengths they may not even realize that can help them in school. My goal is to help students and others recognize the strength of each student and then build on those strengths.
Middle School Counselor/ Health Instructor
Office: 505.243.1957, Ext. 206
Maureen Johnson is originally from the Chicagoland area of Illinois, yet the mountains of New Mexico is where she calls home. She is a licensed School Counselor and Mental Health Counselor.
Ms. Johnson’s mission as a School Counselor at Media Arts Collaborative Charter School is to work collectively and collaboratively with students, families, and the community to provide a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate counseling program to all students. Her school counseling program will address the academic, career and social/ emotional needs of students. She is here to advocate for ALL students!
Office: 505.243.1957, Ext. 200
Patrick Kelly was born and raised in Albuquerque, and never wants to leave here. He received his Accounting degree from the University of New Mexico in 2002 as well as played basketball for the Lobos. Patrick has been a licensed Business Manager for over 15 years and truly enjoys working in an education setting.
Even though he is the Business Manager, he feels it is part of his job to enhance each student’s experience here at MACCS. Patrick has sponsored the MACCS Student Government Association and is active in the Math Tutoring Program. He also has served on the NM Association of School Business Officials Executive Board as the Charter School Representative.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, son and two dogs. He likes to travel to various sporting events and is an avid golfer and bird hunter.
Registrar & Administrative Assistant
Office: 505.243.1957, Ext. 400
Stephany Munoz is a graduate of Los Lunas High School and studied Music Education at the University of New Mexico. She is a military brat born in Okinawa, Japan, and happy to call New Mexico home.
Prior to joining the MACCS community, she was the registrar at Valley High School and also worked as a Certified Paraoptometric Technician for over 10 years. She is married with 2 children and loves spending time with her family!
Kelli Sandoval was born and raised in the South Valley of Albuquerque. She was graduated from Rio Grande High School where she excelled in Advanced Art. She continued her education at Central New Mexico and Skagit Valley on Whidbey Island in Washington. Kelli enjoys outdoor adventures and indoor gardening.