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Posted April 11, 2011

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Retirement: Gina Encee, Special Education Teacher

Gina Encee is retiring from APS after 28 years of dedication as a special education teacher.  She has taught at many Elementary schools in the district including, Carlos Rey,, Valle Vista, Stapleton, and Petroglyph.  She was the Head Special Education Teacher at Petroglyph and her wisdom, patience, and smile will be missed dearly.

She loved being a teacher and was always happiest when she was able to exit a student from the Special Education program.

After leaving APS, Gina plans to live life to the fullest with her incredible husband of almost 30 years, Joe, and their fantastic kids Joesph and Elaine.  She hopes to practice the violin more often, learn to play cello and bass, travel, work in more movies, and continue her budding second career as a successful realtor.

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