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Posted April 26, 2012

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Angela Vigil, Cochiti ES

Angela Vigil has been with APS for 22 years. She started at La Luz Elementary School where she taught ESL and  bilingual classes in third, fourth and fifth grades. She then transferred to Cochiti Elementary School where she taught a first/second-grade combo class for seven years.

She will retire from Cochiti as a first-grade teacher. 

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