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Posted May 7, 2015

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Desiree Bustos-Beller, SY Jackson

Desiree Bustos-Beller graduated from Eastern New Mexico University with a BS in elementary education in 1987. She has been a teacher with Albuquerque Public Schools for 27 years.

From 1987-88, she taught first grade at Reginald Chavez Elementary School in Old Town.

From 1988-1993 she taught first and second grades at Wherry Elementary School on Kirtland Air Force Base.

From 1993-2015 she taught third, fourth, and fifth grades at SY Jackson Elementary School. She directed the SY Jackson Chorus 1993-94.

She has been blessed to spend most of her teaching career at SYJ, with colleagues and administration that she considers her “school family.”

Through the years, her amazing students have given me an irreplaceable joy.  She swells with pride when she sees accomplishments made by her students, both former and current.  “They’re one of my kids!”

Her hope is that all of my students will remember what she has taught them about being compassionate, caring, confident human beings.

 Desiree looks forward to spending more time with my beautiful family.

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