Dr. Christopher Delgado serves as the Superintendent of Farmington Public Schools.
After graduating from Michigan State University, he began his career as a high school and middle school Spanish teacher in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Six years later he returned to Michigan as a high school Spanish teacher in Birmingham, Michigan, followed by 18 years in administration, including roles as high school associate principal, middle school principal and deputy superintendent. He completed his Masters of Educational Administration from Michigan State University, and his Educational Specialist and Doctorate from Oakland University.
He has been married for 29 years to his wife, Leslie, who is an elementary teacher in Birmingham. They have three children: Antonio, a graduate of Michigan State; Casandra, a graduate of New York University and law student at Columbia University; and Dominic, a student at Henry Ford College’s Culinary Institute.