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Posted May 9, 2013

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Gloria Schatzinger, Griegos ES

Gloria Schatzinger, a second grade teacher at Griegos Elementary, is retiring after 39 years with APS.

She started at Del Norte High School as a campus aide, then moved on to Oñate Elementary as a D-Level special education assistant. From there she went to Sombra del Monte Elementary as a kindergarten assistant.

After graduating from UNM with bachelor's and master's degrees, Gloria worked as a kindergarten teacher at Emerson and Los Padillas. Her final stop was Griegos.

She ends a career spanning 39 years with no regrets. She has worked with at least 11 principals and more than 800 students and has loved her job.

She wants everyone to know that she leaves teaching loving what she does. She looks forward to making some new memories and adventures wherever the next chapter of her life takes her.

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