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Posted May 16, 2014

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Cheryl Rasoli-Dawson, SLP

Cheryl Rasoli-Dawson will retire from APS after 26 years as an SLP.

She began her career at Mark Twain Elementary working with the hearing impaired program. She moved to Chaparral Elementary to work with the Side by Side program and was there for 11 years.

Her last school-based assignment was at 7 Bar Elementary where she worked with a large variety of students and one of the best staffs in APS.

Her last assignment has been with the Assistive Technology Department and she has served students in the Cibola and Volcano Vista clusters as well as returning to Mark Twain.

Some of her favorite APS memories are working with Steve Wilkes and Mary Ann Anderson at Chaparral Elementary as well as being one of the original Wranglers at 7 Bar Elementary with Nancy Lacher. She will miss all her APS friends and colleagues but is looking forward to new adventures.

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