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Posted May 24, 2017

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Elizabeth “Betsy” McClung, Speech Language Pathologist

Happy Retirement!

Elizabeth “Betsy” McClung is retiring after 40 years working as a Speech Language Pathologist.  She has worked in numerous schools throughout the district and for the last seven years she has been a Speech Language Evaluator at the Northwest Diagnostic Center.  As an evaluator, she has helped to craft the guidelines that all three centers follow, and her extensive knowledge and expertise in all things related to Special Education has been invaluable, not only to other SLPs, but also to the Educational Diagnosticians and Psychologists.  

With her newfound freedom she plans on waking up at 5:30 a.m., not 4:30 a.m., to walk and then spend the rest of the time doing whatever and whenever she wants.  A trip to Costa Rica with her daughter is already in the works. 

Betsy, along with her vast collection of seasonal decorations and endless supply of chocolate, will be missed. 

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