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Posted May 2, 2012

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Emily Casados-Reeves, Corrales ES

Emily Casados-Reeves is retiring from Corrales Elementary School. She started teaching at Corrales when she was 19 years old in 1972. She has taught fifth grade to three generations of Corrales students. She has been teaching for 40 years.

Emily was instrumental in bringing the school into the technological age, working with local contacts and families, Intel, and people in the state Legislature to provide computers for two computer labs. She also is a pro at teaching math.

The staff and families at Corrales ES will truly miss her expertise, her warmth and her style. We can say the school will not be the same without her.

Emily plans to sleep for a month, spend lots of time with her mother and travel with her sister when she retires.

There will be a reception to celebrate Emily's retirement from 1-3 p.m. Sunday, June 3, at La Entrada Park (the Library Park) in Corrales. Please come and help her celebrate 40 years of teaching at Corrales. 

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