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Posted January 12, 2011

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Jennifer Macdonald

Jennifer Macdonald retired at the end of December. During her 30 years in education, she enjoyed a broad range of experiences from her beginning in an Arizona boys’ minimum security prison teaching 13-21 year old male prisoners reading and math to  the Reserve Independent School District where she taught English 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, creative writing, and journalism. Moving to Albuquerque in 1990, she taught one year at Cibola High and served as the activities director until she became curriculum assistant principal at West Mesa High, a position she held for eight years. For the last six years, she has been an instructional coordinator working with high school language arts and K-12 social studies.

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