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Posted November 30, 2016

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APS Teacher Recognized by New Mexico Autism Society

Robert Burnett of Transition Services was honored as Special Educator of the year for secondary/post secondary education.

During the New Mexico Autism Society's 2016 Super Heroes of Autism event in November, APS Transition Services teacher Robert Burnett was honored for his excellence in secondary/post secondary education.

Burnett receive the first KHeaven Sent Award for Excellence. He was recognized as an individual who has excelled in serving individuals with autism over the past year.

"It's wonderful to see that Robert's dedication to the students he serves has been noticed beyond our program," said Transition Services Principal Connie Fasanella.



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