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Posted May 21, 2015

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Beth Stuart, Volcano Vista HS

Congratulations to Beth Stewart who is retiring after 32 years of teaching. Volcano Vista High School wishes Beth the very best in her next adventure.

Beth graduated from Rutgers University in 1983. She then taught English to ninth graders at Churchill Junior High in East Brunswick, N.J., for a year.

Beth made her way to New Mexico, teaching at Los Alamitos Middle School in Grants. In 1991, she moved to Truth or Consequences and taught mostly sophomores. She joined APS in 1997 when she taught at John Adams Middle School, moving to Cibola High School in 2000 to teach English, again to freshmen.

Beth moved over to Volcano Vista High School in 2008, teaching English to our 9th graders.

What a legacy of lives touched. Good luck, Beth, and enjoy your retirement!

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