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Posted May 1, 2014

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Ada Dominguez, Navajo ES Assistant Principal

Ada Dominguez, assistant principal of Navajo Elementary, is retiring! Ada has been serving students and families of APS for the past 21 years. She has worked in a variety of capacities but most recently as an assistant principal. Not only has she touched the lives of so many in APS, but she also has worked with the Catholic schools for an additional 19 years. With 40 years of working with children, families, community members, and other educators Ada has certainly left her mark in the world of education. Her colleagues regard her as: inspirational, kind-hearted, knowledgeable, honest and an advisor.

As Ada enters into retirement her days will most likely be spent with family, serving the community, volunteering within her church, and drinking coffee with her dear friends.

Navajo Staff would like to invite all of her colleagues, friends, and family to celebrate her joint retirement on May 14 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the cafeteria: 2936 Hughes Road SW.

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