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Posted May 8, 2014

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Elizabeth Paquette Ingold, Hubert Humphrey ES

Liz has been teaching for 35 years and will retire from Hubert Humphrey Elementary on May 22. She began her teaching career in New Hampshire, moved to sunny Albuquerque and began teaching as a Title 1 reading teacher at Emerson ES and then Carlos Rey ES.

After teaching in the classroom for 24 years at Hubert Humphrey, she has decided it’s now time to retire. Liz has loved her teaching profession and will greatly miss it.

Liz has plans to visit her son and his family in Texas, bake gluten free desserts that taste divine, discover her family’s ancestry line, learn how to tile and definitely relax with friends and family.

A reception will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 21.

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