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Posted September 11, 2014

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2013 Retirees Honored by Board of Ed

Hundreds of teachers, EAs, administrators and more were thanked for their years of service.

A dinner recognizing those who retired from Albuquerque Public Schools in 2013 was held on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at the Albuquerque Museum. Honorees were entertained by the Volcano Vista High jazz band under the direction of Paul Blakey, the Taylor Middle School guitar ensemble under the direction of Liz Torres, and James Macklin.

The APS Board recognized former teachers, counselors, administrators, educational assistants, custodians, painters, electricians, secretaries and others in various positions in the district.

The retirees were thanked by the Board of Education and APS for their years of service and dedication to students an the school community. They were commended for their commitment to provide the best educational opportunities for all APS students. And they were asked for continued support and suggestions in the future.

"We wish you every success as you enjoy your well-deserved retirement with APS and extend to each of you our sincere appreciate and congratulations," the board and district stated in the evening's program.

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