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Posted August 16, 2010

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Craig Spreacker

Craig Spreacker, an automotive technology instructor at Highland High who helped develop the current version of the HSTW High School Planning Program, retired on July 1. After a 41-year career, Spreacker said he was preparing for a retirement filled with new interests and opportunities to continue learning and growing. 

“I have always been around teaching and teachers,” he said. “My students have given me great rewards and life skills I thought I would never have learned.”

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