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Posted April 25, 2013

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Jeanette Smith, Speech-Language Pathologist

Jeanette Smith will retire from APS after 42 years in education. She has worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and at several APS schools including Van Buren, Roosevelt and Hoover middle schools; West Mesa High School; Sandia Base and Mark Twain elementary schools. She is triple-certified and has taught regular education and special education in both elementary and secondary schools. She also has worked as a speech-language pathologist. She has two master's degrees in speech pathology and in guidance and special education.

Jeanette is the recipient of four Who's Who in America's Teachers, has two published articles, and a national award from the Native American Science Education Association. Her proudest accomplishment is having had such a good time with the kids all these years. She wishes everyone the same high ambition.

There will be a reception in May in Jeanette's honor. Call Van Buren Middle School at 268-3833 for details.

 

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